Almond tiles. Gluten free recipe
To finish the recipes that my colleagues and I have dedicated to National Celiac Day, I have chosen these gluten-free almond tiles that I found on the blog Walk gluten-free. These cookies have always been my favorites and I was curious to see how they turned out with this recipe that, in addition to being gluten-free, is also dairy-free.
The result has been great, because although these tiles are quite different from the usual ones since, since they do not have butter, they do not expand in the oven, if we take the precaution of spreading them before baking until they are very finite, you hardly notice the difference and they are as rich and crispy as normal.
Ingredients for about 20 tiles
How to make gluten free almond tiles
We preheat the oven to 180º. Mix the egg whites, the lemon zest and the icing sugar in a bowl. Add the cornstarch and ground almonds, mix well. We prepare a plate with a baking paper. We deposit more or half a tablespoon of dough and spread it with a spatula or the back of a spoon soaked in water until there are some very fine discs.
We repeat this operation until the plate is full. Bake for about 15 minutes until the edges are toasted. As soon as we take them out of the oven, we take them off the paper and shape them on a roller or a narrow bottle. We let them cool and store them in an airtight container.
Processing time | 30 minutes
Difficulty | Easy
These gluten-free almond shingles are great to pair with a coffee and are great with good ice cream. In addition, when you have to receive a celiac guest, you will surprise them by offering them delicious cookies that they can enjoy without problems.Tags: Fish Meats And Birds Desserts