About this recipe: Crunchy, nutty, gluten-free biscuits that are very quick to make and delicious with a cuppa. If you prefer a sweeter biscuit, then you can add a little more sugar. Of course, you can make these with normal flour if you don't need them to be gluten-free.
It just works so well, and tastes like the real thing! I made them a bit less sweet with 40g sugar, and only used 2tsps baking powder and that worked fine - 16 Jun 2013
I have not had a digestive biscuit for 14 years due to Coeliac Disease, What a lovely surprise, they were crisp, crunchy and tasty and was so like the real thing! They are probably the most healthy GF biscuit I have made, what a bonus - 02 Feb 2013
This was my first time using my G/F flour - I halved the recipe and substituted the seeds for equal quantity of oats as I'm allergic, and they came out delicious! Mine were only tiny so they were just about ready at 10 minutes; I overcooked them to around 15 mins as I like them slightly overdone. Dough was very fragile, I don't know if this is usual for G/F recipes, I would presume so! I would use a little less baking powder next time as they seemed quite salty, but will defo make again! They taste EXACTLY like digestives, and lovely and crunchy. Thanks! - 03 Jul 2013