A muesli biscuit is a staple on many inner city cafe menus, but this one is large enough to use as a hockey puck! Substitution is the key to this biscuit. Any of the ingredients can be substituted. Melted butter can be replaced with sunflower oil, coconut sugar can be replaced with raw sugar, coconut syrup can be replaced with golden syrup or honey or agave, muesli can be replaced with oats and so on. This mix makes 6 biscuits. Yes, you heard it. This is designed to be a biscuit with smooth aerodynamics sufficient to play a game of hockey with it, and large enough for the entire family to climb on board and turn it into a coconut island holiday destination.
2 cups muesli
Half cup rolled oats
Quarter cup coconut syrup (or nectar)
Quarter cup coconut sugar
Half cup SR flour (or coconut flour)
Two-thirds cup of melted butter (or sunflower oil)
Quarter cup chopped walnuts
Quarter cup raisins or currants or cranberries
Preheat oven to 160C (fan forced). Put dry ingredients in bowl. Beat egg and add to dry ingredients. Mix, just a little. Melt butter and combine with all other ingredients. Use hands to press ingredients together and ensure oats and muesli are coated and beginning to soak up moisture from mix. Take a palmful of biscuit mix and mould into the shape of a puck (Using a flat counter top helps). Bake on baking sheet, lined with baking paper if available (but not essential). Place biscuits on tray. Bake around 15 minutes, until lightly browned.