Recipes

Paleo Superfood Butter Biscuits

By May 25, 2018 July 17th, 2019 No Comments

This is one of those recipes where you can have your biscuit and eat it too. Not only are these biscuits paleo friendly and autoimmune friendly, but it’s ramped up a notch or two with this potent energizing mushroom that lends this gorgeous yellow/orange color to the recipe. That’s a win-win in our boats! These also make a great snack while on the go and could even serve folks who follow a low carb, high-fat diet. Scroll on down to get these biscuits whipped up ASAP! You won’t be disappointed here, guys!

 

-1 cup almond flour
-1/2 cup tapioca flour
-1 teaspoon baking flour
-2 Tbsp cordyceps mushroom powder
-1/2 Tbsp sea salt
-1/2 Tbsp garlic powder
-1/2 cup cold ghee
-1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
-2 eggs
-1 Tbsp honey

 

 

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

In a bowl, combine all dry ingredients and whisk together until all clumps are gone

Add your butter to the dry ingredients and cut or massage the butter into the flour until evenly distributed. It should look slightly lumpy.

In a separate bowl, whisk together all wet ingredients

Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and simply bring all of the ingredients together. Don’t mix. We’re trying to form a thick dough, not a batter.

Use a spoon to place the dough onto parchment paper and shape the biscuits however you like

Bake for 20 minutes or until biscuits turn golden brown. Makes about 6 medium-large biscuits.

Let cool for 10 minutes

Enjoy!

Jordyn Stradley

Jordyn Stradley

Computer programmer turned Nutritionist. I got sick of being sick. Years of spine problems, cystic acne, and severe anemia led me to this career. Where the computer science world turned me into an inflammatory ball of stress, nutrition therapy turned me into someone I never thought I could be. Someone happy, healthy, and free of the pain and fatigue that stifled my daily life. My education saved my life in many ways and as I further pursue my studies in the world of functional medicine, I’ll be helping others along the way. Since graduating as a Nutrition Therapy Practitioner, I have helped clients battle weight plateaus, hormone imbalances, digestive disorders, autoimmune disease, and even skin conditions like rosacea. Hence the name Fuel Your Fight.