Homemade Almond Flour Biscuits! These gluten, yeast and diary free biscuits are quick to make, ready in 30 minutes and packed with healthy ingredients. Light, fluffy, EASY, delicious and crowd pleasing! Gluten Free + Paleo + Low Calorie
Hello December! Oh my, bring on the Christmas and New Years madness. This time of year is always a whirlwind. So many events and things going on. I don't know one day to the next what I'm doing. But first, let me pass you a basket of almond flour biscuits and let's catch up!
Over the weekend, I made the trip to the other side of Phoenix to visit my best friend to see her new house and work on our new meal planning business. Coming in January! Just in time for the new year. Stay tuned for details!
The rest of the weekend I was frantically running around trying to find fancy jewelry and shoes for a white tie event this weekend that the guy and I are going to. Oh my! I ordered three dresses from Rent the Runway.
They arrive Friday and the event is Saturday. Crossing my fingers and toes that one of the three fits perfectly. This is me living on the edge! Secretly, I'm excited to get dressed up and have a fancy night out with him. It's like adult Prom!
So, yes! It's a busy month and I have yet to figure out what to get everyone for Christmas. HELP!
Too bad I can't wrap up food and give it away. Lord knows I have plenty of it to pass around, and everyone needs a good biscuit in their life, right? Okay, maybe not under the Christmas tree. When you're eating gluten free you need a reliable homemade biscuit recipe, and this Almond Flour Biscuits recipe is it!
QUICK to make, only 10 minutes to prep, and absolutely delicious! Packed with healthy fat, yet low in calories. These biscuits couldn't be any more perfect, tasty or EASY. As a side note, I have made these with Gluten Free Oat Flour as well. So if you're not a fan of almond flour that's another option for you. Hope you enjoy!
Almond Flour Biscuits
- Preheat oven to 400 F. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Beat the egg whites with the milk several minutes until soft peaks form.
- Mix remaining ingredients together in a mixing bowl then fold in the egg whites.
- The dough will be thick and sticky. If it's runny, add a small amount of coconut flour to absorb the liquid.
- Divide the batter into 6 even balls. Form them into rounds or the shape you want you the biscuits to be in.
- Bake at 400 F for 20 minutes until slightly golden on top.
- Remove from the oven and enjoy immediately, or store in the refrigerator up to 7 days.
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