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Healthy Oatmeal Digestive Biscuits With Whole Wheat Nutrichoice Like


Do you love Nutrichoice biscuits for weight loss? I have tasted them and must say these digestives are crunchy, tasty, and healthy. Ever since I tasted these digestive biscuits, my hands have been itching to come up with a recipe. Here I am with a digestives biscuit recipe healthy for you so you can make your own batch and enjoy both taste and health.


easy whole wheat digestives recipe

whole wheat digestives recipe

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oatmeal digestive biscuits


Who says Oatmeal is bland. It tastes delicious when baked. This Oatmeal digestives recipe is one typical example of this. Anybody that hasn't tasted Oatmeal yet can't say anything about the healthy cookies ingredients.

Those who love the fiber rich grain can't tell this either. This spells the goodness of oats. Do I sound too complicated? Well, I am a big oats lover and make sure it's part of my regular diet. You won't believe that oats make the dough pliable so you can make soft fluffy rotis.

Use Oatmeal to create magical desserts_-the choices are many, you just need the guts to go ahead with food experiments. Imagine Creamy, frothy, and luscious kulfis. Yes, this is what you get from the addition of Oatmeal. But my best take on oats is baking healthy cookies.

digestive biscuit
Packed with the goodness of whole wheat flour and fiber-rich oatmeal, this set of healthy digestives are equally delectable.


Get set to supply your body with a dose of proteins, fiber, and nutrients packed into one batch of healthy cookies. If you wish to eliminate butter from the recipe, you might want to try my oatmeal digestives for weight loss with olive oil. Trust me, it won't disappoint you.

oatmeal digestives for weight loss




oatmeal digestives recipe
For Mcvities digestive biscuit recipe, you may want to visit us here.



































I have made these digestives in two different ways - just played with the ingredient amounts. Here is the second ingredient list. The rest of the procedure is almost the same.


Ingredients for Whole Wheat Digestives
1 cup- oatmeal
3/4 cup- whole wheat flour
4 -5 tbsp- cold ghee/butter
3 tsp- cold milk
3 tbsp- jaggery powder (gur) (Please add according to your taste..I take it less sweet)
¾ tsp- baking soda







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feedback on nutrichoice oatmeal digestives by Parul Bansal



Procedure
I made this batch of digestive cookies healthy for my family in Patiala, so it bears the stamp of approval from them.
  1. Take a large mixing bowl.
  2. Begin with mixing ground oats powder with whole wheat flour.
  3. Next throw in baking soda.
  4. Sieve the flour twice or thrice, so baking soda is well incorporated.
  5. Mix jaggery powder or sugar. I have included jaggery
  6. Now add cold butter cut into small pieces. Or you may grate the cold butter. Cold butter gives you flakier, crispy cookies.
  7. The flours would give you bread crumb-like look. Once you achieve this kind of consistency, take a deep breath. You are on right track.
  8. Now let's bind the dough with milk-  1 tbsp at a time is a great idea.
  9. When the dough comes together and is not too soft, nor too hard, stop there. It should be semi soft.
  10. Make into a log or ball and cover tightly with aluminium foil/parchment paper and refrigerate for 30 mts.
  11. Preheat oven (mw convection) at 180 degrees for 10 mts.
  12. Take out the dough log and flour your counter top where you want to work with the dough.
  13. Roll out the dough like a chapati. Of course, this should not be a thin as chapati. Make it like a little thicker chapati .
  14. Cut into shapes of your choice.
  15. The options are abundant - use cookie cutters to create different shapes.
  16. But if you want an authentic look for your healthy digestives, take a small bangle and use it to cut round pieces.
  17. Place at a distance from each other - the cookies should not be clubbed together - maintain distance!! :)
  18. Bake at 180 degrees for 15-20 minutes. My batch was done in 20 mts.
  19. Take out the cookies from the oven.
  20. Place each cookie on a cooling rack. 
  21. Test a cookie by making a hot cup of tea and dunking the digestives in your cuppa tea.
  22. Do let me know how the digestive biscuits taste.I am sure you will fall in love with this recipe and never buy a digestive packet outside.
  23. Isn't that some piece of good news?
  24. I have made these digestives in two different ways. - just played with the ingredient amounts a little while the rest of the procedure is the same.

  1. Here is one simple oatmeal digestive for weight loss recipe.
  2. I tried this digestive recipe on stovetop as well.
  3. Here's the simple way to make digestives without oven.
feedback on nutrichoice digestives
  1. Take an iron skillet. Place a wire rack atop. Then place the greased tray. Evenly place cookies on the tray. Cover with a big vessel. Bake on slow-medium flame for 10 mts. Check after 10 mts and flip cookie sides. Then bake the other side for 8-10 mts. Let the cookies cool on a cooling rack. 
  2. Enjoy eggless healthy cookies.
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Comments

  1. Want to try them since long. These are really wonderful share.

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    1. Thank you dear. This is an addictive batch and I wanna make it again. Shall try soon!

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  2. Thanks for the recipe. The cookies taste wonderful. However, have tried them twice and they turn out hard not crisp. Would you able to point out what am I doing wrong?

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. You may want to add baking powder instead of baking soda if you like crisp cookies. I prefer crunchy bites and the recipe is just perfect for that. Mine has never turned out hard, though!

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  3. The cookies look so inviting Ravneet..thanks for the share

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