They are Low in Calories and Butter-free! You Only Need the Juice of 2 Oranges to Prepare These Soft and Tasty Biscuits

If you love citrus fruits, you can’t miss trying these biscuits with oranges. Light and very soft, you will love them madly. In addition to their delicious taste, these biscuits are not only light but also low in calories, making them an ideal choice for a healthy and flavorful breakfast, snack, or treat.

Do you want a light recipe without butter? Make biscuits with oranges

Recipe for biscuits with oranges

Here’s the recipe to make 20 large biscuits. You’ll need: 230 grams of corn flour, 115 grams of orange juice, 90 grams of erythritol (or 40 stevia or 70 normal sugar), 80 grams of seed oil, 3 grams of baking powder, 1 egg, 1 zest of grated orange, 1 pinch of sweetener for the surface, 1 pinch of salt.

Mix orange zest, juice, egg, erythritol, yeast, and a pinch of salt in a bowl. Stirring, pour in the corn flour and mix the mixture until you obtain a homogeneous and smooth consistency. Cover the bowl with a plate and let it rest for 15 minutes. This step allows the ingredients to blend and the dough to settle before forming the biscuits.

oranges are placed on a table

Take portions of the dough and shape them into balls. Place these balls on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Flatten each ball with a fork and sprinkle a pinch of sweetener over them. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius and cook the biscuits for 10-13 minutes.

Your dessert is ready to be enjoyed. For a healthy snack, you can pair it with a refreshing glass of orange juice to boost your vitamin C intake.

a glass of orange juice and sliced oranges are placed on a table

Oranges are mainly made up of carbohydrates and water and are a good source of fiber. Similar to most fruits, they are low in fat, cholesterol-free, and contain minimal protein. However, they excel as an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant compounds, contributing to a nutritious and healthful diet.

Oranges also have a low glycemic index and are considered suitable for individuals with diabetes (in moderation). This makes them an ideal fruit for everyone, even those with glycemic imbalances. Furthermore, they have a low caloric intake, with just 47 kcal in 100 grams.

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