Hi all. Today, there is something special for Atta (whole wheat) and Oat lovers! Here, we have the heavy
monsoon and I love the enchanting music of the heavy rain droplets. I like to
be in home during rainy days enjoying the jingling rain with a cup of black tea.
With the tea, a set of homemade biscuits is
fine. When me and Anish think of
diabetic friendly food, we need to thank our dearest friend JithuChettan and
his wife Simi who gave the idea of preparing diabetic friendly foods.
100 gram multigrain atta (whole wheat)
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
5 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
Mix all the ingredients together and make a
dough and keep it rest for 30 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 175oC. Now Roll
the dough thinly, similar to chapati and brush with a little olive oil on the
Using cookie cutters, cut into desired shapes
and bake for 20 minutes until crisp and golden.
Cool and store in an airtight container.
Ready to put inside the oven !!
An easy way to bake cracker biscuit with oat
meal is not a bad idea right? BBC's good food magazine provided me the source
of recipe. A heart healthy, diabetic friendly one. I have not put much effort
on building this crackers from the scratch.
It tastes definitely good than the store
brought one's. It is crispy and crunchy. But this is diabetic friendly so less sugar
and a quality food. Those who like the taste of chapati or whole wheat would
certainly love this healthy cracker biscuits :-)
Labels: BBC good food magazine, cracker biscuit, diabetic friendly, Oatmeal, Oats, snack, wheat biscuit