These biscuits have become a favorite in my household. Daize our golden dog-child loves them so much she has come to bark and demand with a very bossy paw. She and all of my friends are crazy for these easy to make biscuits. The Sesame seeds bring forth so much flavor with enriching calcium and minerals, while the monk fruit adds just a touch of sweetness to balance the savory. I use half black and half white sesames seeds, as the darker seeds contain more minerals to support the thyroid gland and are said to reverse the greying of hair. Discover why these biscuits are mmm so tasty and will soon become a weekly staple to accompany your favorite tea or bowl of soup. To have the full biscuit experience, garnish with vegan cream cheese, smoked salmon, avocado, micro greens and a squeeze of lemon.

2.5 c. Almond Flour
1 c. Sesame Seeds toasted and ground
1/3 c. Unsalted Butter organic or substitute Vegan Butter
1/4 c. Unsweetened Nut milk
2 T. Golden Flax Seeds ground
1 T. Golden Monk Fruit
1 t. Baking Soda
1 t. Rice Vinegar (white vinegar or lemon juice)
1/4 t. Real Salt
Optional: add 1 t. Temple Taste Magical or Golden Masala

To prepare melt butter on low heat and  grind flax seeds in bullet/ blender or coffee grinder.
Measure all of the ingredients into a bowl adding the baking soda and vinegar at the end. Mix together well and form into a big ball of dough.
Place the dough between two pieces of parchment paper and roll flat with a rolling pin or large mason jar.(about a 1/2 inch thick.)
Use a biscuit cutter or lid to a small mouthed mason jar to cut out the biscuit shapes.
Carefully with a spatula transfer to a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes or until golden on the bottom.

Note: if you would like another way to make a biscuit aside from the traditional rolling, you can take 1 Tablespoon of dough, form ball with your hands and place on cookie sheet using the palm of your hand, a spoon or spatula to flatten out. Make sure it is flattened evenly so it cooks uniformly through.
Baking time can slightly vary depending on thickness

Makes about 20 biscuits

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