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Rosemary and Parmesan Biscuits

Rosemary and Parmesan Biscuits



Rosemary and Parmesan Biscuits

Rosemary Parmesan biscuits are baked with almond flour and made from salty biscuits. A healthier option for low carb, keto or gluten-free diet.

This delicious biscuit is just lovely. Rosemary and Parmesan is a wonderful combination of flavor and Parmesan gives this biscuit a light chewy texture, but it also melts in your mouth. You can use this biscuit mix as a base and play with sweeteners, but try it first as it is delicious!

I used fresh rosemary but could use dried. I'm going to increase the amounts, even though it's dried. Biscuits held in an airtight container in the refrigerator will also ü keep you happy for a week. The chef tater started to heat them in the microwave and explained that it was delicious.

Angela Coleby

She wants baking soda, but there is no recipe, she also mixes the eggs as if she were in more than one nut, described only for one egg. I'm in the process of making them, and now I've been on my tracks for baking soda. Please advise. I think they can't wait to try them. Namaste

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