Italian Almond Biscuits
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Italian Almond Biscuits…

These Italian almond biscuits are super easy and extremely moorish.. Read more...

Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.

These Italian almond biscuits are super easy and extremely moorish… 

Happy Christmas Baking

 

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Makes 18-20 biscuits

Time 25 minutes (Eggs need to be at room temperature)

 

INGREDIENTS 

1 cup of caster sugar

2 ½  cups of almond meal

3 egg whites (if large eggs, use 2 and eggs need to be at room temperature)

1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

1/4 teaspoon of almond extract

18 -20 almonds

sifted icing sugar for coating

 

METHOD

Place sugar, almond meal, egg whites, vanilla and almond extract in a mixer and beat together for 2 minutes or until a sticky dough is formed.

Roll the dough into ball shapes using a teaspoon to measure.

Coat them liberally in sifted icing sugar and place them onto an oven tray lined with baking paper.

Make an indent in each ball of dough with your index finger, then place an almond into each indent.

Bake at 180°C/ 350°F for 18-20 minutes.

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28 comments on “Italian Almond Biscuits…

  1. Aaaaah, what a lovely take on the macaroons! Thanks for sharing this recipe, we’ll have a go this afternoon! 🙂

    Happy Holidays and healthy, happy New Year to you all!
    The Fab Four of Cley 🎄❄️🎅🤶🤶🤶❄️🎄

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  2. I have always made the macaroons with ground almonds, I honestly don’t know where to get almond meal; can I swop the meal with ground almonds, I wonder?

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  3. briannamarielifestyle

    These look so good!!
    Brianna | https://briannamarielifestyle.com

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  4. These sound like a lovely tasty treat!

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  5. They look delicious Lorelle, love almond in my cookies

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  6. These biscuits sound divine. I must try them. Happy Christmas. Lyn

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  7. Mmmm, my friend makes a similar biscuit in a crescent shape. They are so tasty.

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  8. They look delicious and would not last long here at all.

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  9. There’s a keeper. Gluten free and FODMAP too.

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  10. Baking! Me??? I only do the eating. On my way round to yours right now. 🙂 🙂
    Merry Christmas!

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  11. oh my sounds so yummy….thank you for sharing the recipe…xx

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