Organic ginger hobnobs... easy to make, and quick to bake! the perfect for a cuppa! Plastic Free, Dairy free / Vegan.
8 oz Sugar (demerera works fine)
8 oz Syrup
8 oz marge (or other oil eg coconut)
1 inch fresh ginger, grated.
4 oz white SR flour
4 oz wholemeal flour
2 tsp baking powder (or just use SR wholemeal
2 -4 oz rolled oats
1 - 2 tsp ginger powder
Makes 2 large baking trays full.
*you can half the mixture for a smaller amount, but I always think if you are going to bother baking, you might as well do enough to last! - you could probably freeze some of the mixture and save for another time!
1: melt sugar, syrup and fat (if using coconut oil, the oil and the syrup can stay separate, this is Ok, it will all mix together)
- Grate the fresh ginger into the oil & syrup mixture, whilst it is heating.
- Blend all dry ingredients EXCEPT THE OATS.
- Stir the dry ingredients into the wet.
You will find it makes quite a moist mixture,
- Now gradually add the oats. More for a more oaty biscuit, less for a hint of oats on a more classic ginger biscuit.
The hotter the oil / syrup was, the more liquid it will be.
- Allow the mix to cool slightly.
- Spoon the mixture on to a well oiled baking tray (NO NEED FOR BAKING PARCHMENT, which is often not recyclable) using a knife to push the mixture off the spoon.
The biscuits will spread, so give them plenty of room (though you can easily split them up after they are baked)
- Bake at 180 degrees Fan, for 10 minutes, until they are very slightly extra brown on the thin edges.
- Allow to cool on the trays for 10 mins.
- Use a fish slice or palette knife to ease off tray, cutting between the stuck together bits first.
- Leave to cool on a wire rack,
- Store in a tin, handy for the kettle! Enjoy with a nice warm drink!!
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