Recipe: Flaxseed tile brittle

Home Cooking Recipe: Flaxseed tile brittle

Notes:

Low-sugar and low-oil healthy snacks---desserts and snacks have always been closely related to "high oil, high sugar and high calorie". People who like to play with baking seem to have had a new topic after playing for a while: have been baking for a long time, are you fat? Therefore, many children's shoes have asked me to make more healthy snacks. Today, this tile is crisp and it is a response to everyone's voice. Unlike the other crackers that were introduced before the blog (almond tile crisp, protein wafers, honey chocolate crispy), today's crisp, butter and sugar are low in dosage, crisper in taste, and more crisp than normal. A lot of health. When making crispy, you always need to add some nuts or chocolate. This time, I chose my favorite flaxseed, which is very nutritious. However, if you have a more preferred option, you can also change it boldly, provided that it is a small and thin nut (such as sesame seeds, almond slices, etc. Sunflower seeds are not recommended because the particles are too large and difficult to dilute) . Reference component: 15 pieces Baking: The middle layer of the oven, 175 degrees, 10-15 minutes.

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: The butter is heated to melt in water, mixed with the scattered eggs, and evenly mixed. Add the powdered sugar and mix well.

    The butter is heated to melt in water, mixed with the scattered eggs, and evenly mixed. Add the powdered sugar and mix well.

  2. Home Cooking Recipe: Pour the low-gluten flour after sieving

    Pour the low-gluten flour after sieving

  3. Home Cooking Recipe: Stir well (use the eggbeater to stir directly)

    Stir well (use the eggbeater to stir directly)

  4. Home Cooking Recipe: Pour into flaxseed

    Pour into flaxseed

  5. Home Cooking Recipe: Continue to stir evenly into a batter

    Continue to stir evenly into a batter

  6. Home Cooking Recipe: Spread the paper on the baking tray. Use a small spoon to dig a proper amount of batter on the baking sheet. Leave a large enough distance between each batter. Then use the back of the spoon to flatten the batter and spread it thin enough. Put the baking tray in a preheated 175 degree oven and bake for 10-15 minutes until the surface turns golden brown.

    Spread the paper on the baking tray. Use a small spoon to dig a proper amount of batter on the baking sheet. Leave a large enough distance between each batter. Then use the back of the spoon to flatten the batter and spread it thin enough. Put the baking tray in a preheated 175 degree oven and bake for 10-15 minutes until the surface turns golden brown.

Tips:

1. The crispy texture of this tile is very crisp and the production is very simple. Note that you need to use egg at room temperature. Eggs that have just been taken out of the freezer need to be warmed up before use. 2. Flaxseed has a very high nutritional value and a unique nutty flavor. If there is no flaxseed, other nuts such as black sesame/white sesame or almond slices can be used. But don't use nuts with larger granules such as sunflower seeds, otherwise the batter can't be too thin and not brittle. 3, the batter should be spread a little thin, the taste is good, the thick batter is not crisp enough to be baked. The shape of the batter is less important, and round or irregular shapes are fine. 4. Every time you make a crispy biscuit, many people will encounter a problem: the baked biscuit cannot be taken off the oil paper. From my experience, good quality oil paper generally does not have such problems. Some oil papers with poor quality may be stuck with biscuits. It is recommended that you choose good quality oil paper. PS: The anti-stick effect of the tarpaulin is also very good.


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