4oz Goat’s butter (half a normal size block of butter) easy to digest, less cholesterol
Half a cup organic cocoa powder – high in antioxidants
2 and a half cups of whole-grain Spelt flour – high in minerals, B Vitamins and fibre. Easier to digest than normal wholegrain flour (or use brown rice flour if you are gluten free)
2 thirds a cup of Rapa Dura sugar (click on link) – raw cane sugar, it’s sweeter than white sugar so less is used, high in iron and contains other trace minerals. It has a richer flavour. Can purchase from health stores or online.
Half cup of raw organic cocoa nibs (optional)
– makes more crunchy and gives nutty flavour without the nuts – high in antioxidants.
Heat the oven to 150 degrees and prepare a tray either greased with butter, or covered with grease proof paper.
You can either hand rub the butter and flour together to make them into ‘crumbs’ or use a food processor to gently mix – use the pulse button to keep it light. Add the cocoa powder, sugar and cardamom if using it. Add the cocoa nibs last. Mix until it becomes a dough.
Roll into small balls about 25g each then press the palm of your hand down to flatten them into cookie shape.
The oven at 150 degrees is hot enough to cook, but cool enough not to over heat the fats and proteins which makes them healthier. Leave to cook for 20-25 minutes.
Remove form oven and let them cool, this is when they become crunchy.
High in fibre and polyphenol antioxidants and a good source of Iron, B Vitamins.
Goat’s butter is a healthy addition to the diet in moderation, low in cholesterol and contains important dietary fats as well as n-Butyrate which is a substance that feeds our cells in the gut lining and supports mental health and well-being.
Note: Rapa Dura is a sugar and should be consumed in moderation even though it is a healthier choice.