Lupin popcorn cookies
I love being able to include lupin flour in recipes that don't have it already and I love to do this with our Self Raising Lupin Flour.
This recipe is one from the incredibly talented Lisa Corduff . I made them to Lisa's recipe & thought, hmmmmm I could add some lupin to that. I do love the ingredients Lisa has used because they are all things I have in my pantry or fridge. They're basic, but when you put them all together, they can create magic.
Now, I call these popcorn cookies, because I think the taste reminds me of popcorn, I think it's the linseed, mind you I did think the lupin mill smelt like popcorn the other day when we were milling some fresh lupin flour, so who knows.
Here's my version
YOU WILL NEED
1 ¼ c Self Raising Lupin Flour
¼ c crushed linseed
¼ c almond meal
½ teaspoon bi-carb soda
¼ teaspoon salt
1/3 c maple syrup
1/3 c coconut oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
40g choc chips
NOW WHIP IT UP
Preheat your oven to 170 °C
Line a baking tray (cookie sheet) with baking paper
Melt coconut oil & maple syrup & set aside to cool a little
Using an electric mixer combine flour, linseed, almond meal, bi-carb & salt in mixing bowl & mix well
Add melted oil & syrup, then vanilla
Add choc chips & mix together
Roll spoonfulls into balls & place on baking tray
Flatten slightly with fork & bake for approx. 10-12 mins till the bottoms are golden
I'd love to hear if you are a fellow follower of Lisa, or if you try these or Lisa's choc chip cookies.