Recipe from: Foodyplease
Why muesli cookies? Every morning, it’s the same dilemma: what shall I eat for breakfast today? And every time, I face the same problem: “I don’t have time to prepare a good and balanced breakfast”.
So I decided to make muesli biscuits so that I could enjoy a healthy and delicious start to the day. By replacing traditional sugar with Zùsto, I avoid eating huge amounts of sugar in the morning.
Put the cookies in an airtight box to keep them longer.
- 50 g of butter
- 50 g of Zùsto
- 70 g wheat flour
- 50 g oatmeal
- 1 tablespoon baker’s yeast (fresh or dried)
- 1 egg
- A few dried fruits of your choice (almonds, cashews, goji berries, etc.)
- Mix the butter with the Zùsto.
- Add one egg and mix well.
- Sift the flour and add it to the mixture, then add the yeast.
- When the dough is smooth, add the oats and dried fruit (you can coarsely chop the dried fruit to make your cookies crunchier).
- Bake for about 10 minutes at 180 degrees. Pay attention to the baking time, as this will vary from oven to oven.(The cookies should be browned)
- When they are golden brown, allow them to cool and then enjoy!
It’s been two years since I launched my @foodyplease account and since then my weekends have been filled with culinary delights and new challenges.
This year, I decided to create low-waste, vegetarian, vegan and even healthier recipes.
This is why I am constantly looking for alternatives to certain products such as sugar. Zùsto is the ideal alternative. Zùsto contains 4 x fewer calories than traditional sugar, but sweetens in just the same way.