Six Healthy Biscuits for Lunch Boxes
Kids love biscuits (big kids do too!)
The trouble with store-bought biscuits is that they are so heavily processed and usually contain lots of artificial additives, sugar and hydrogenated fats. Not to mention all that plastic packaging!
These home-made biscuits are much better for your health and are really easy to whip up. Make a double batch and freeze for school lunch boxes. Get the kids involved in the cooking and make it a fun, family time.
All these biscuit recipes are nut-free so suitable for allergy-friendly schools.
PS Yes I am clinging to the Aussie ‘biscuit’ instead of the American ‘cookie’. I’m old-fashioned like that!! You?
With just two ingredients, these biscuits are a very healthy option. They are wheat free, dairy free, nut free, sugar free and you can even eat them for breakfast!
Crunchy Gingernut Cookies from Quirky Cooking.
These spiced, crunchy gingernut biscuits are wheat free, nut free, dairy free, refined sugar free and thermomix friendly.
Healthy Tiny Teddies by Well Nourished
These yummy biscuits are wheat free, dairy free, egg free and nut free with variations for just about all allergy and dietary requirements.
These crunchy, moreish coconut biscuits are grain free, gluten free, nut free, dairy free, refined sugar free and paleo!
Super Seed Cookies by The Nourished Psychologist
These seedy biscuits are gluten free, grain free, dairy free, nut free and extra yummy with a little drizzled dark chocolate!
The Wholefood Pantry is a great place to shop for all your organic and whole food baking staples. Check them out here.