Spelt Recipe: Flaky Biscuits or Pizza Dough
These quick, easy, and tasty
are wonderful fresh out of the oven. They can also be flattened out slightly
and made into a delicious deep-dish pizza crust.
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Why use spelt flour instead of wheat flour? Spelt has a low
and is helpful to those with type 2 diabetes as a
natural way to control blood sugar.
It offers a great-tasting alternative to wheat flour in creating more
is still important, of course, so enjoy in moderation.
Makes 6-8 biscuits (depending on thickness)
- Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
- Combine spelt flour, baking powder, and salt.
- Cut the cold butter into the spelt mixture, until the mixture looks like coarse crumbs.
- Make a well in the center, and gradually add the cold milk, stirring the mixture to form a ball.
You might need a little less or a little more milk. Dough should not be sticky.
- Dust a work surface with a little spelt. Put the dough on top and roll or pat it to about a 1" thickness.
- Cut out the biscuits. Melt the coconut oil and lightly grease a cookie sheet,
before placing the biscuits on the sheet.
- Bake until the bottom of the biscuits are browned, about 12-15 minutes. Let rest a couple of minutes before
If making a deep-dish pizza crust: Pat the dough into a greased 10" pan, crimping up the edges
slightly. Bake until the biscuit / pizza crust is just a minute or two from being done. Add toppings,
then place the pizza back into the oven to finish.
Break open these wonderful spelt biscuits and serve with a little fresh butter or just eat plain.
If you're using them as a pizza crust, enjoy - it's flaky and soft and crispy all at the same
time. Delicious! There are lots of great
if you need some more inspiration.
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situation should be directed to your doctor.