I came across a classic Spritz cookies recipe and I knew for sure it would be awesome and melt in the mouth. But I wanted to make them healthy, so that me and my DH can indulge on them everyday without limits. Getting conscious of my calorie intake due to my baking craze at home! Wish I could bake and just sell them away for someone who would love to gobble them all happily. Done with giving them away to friends and families! Need some reward to my efforts :)
Ok.. lets get back to the Spritz cookies. I added Wheat and Ragi flour to add fibre. Retained some all purpose flour in the recipe, but you could choose to do it completely with Wheat or even use Almond flour if you get a hold of it.
I'm so excited to share this simple, yet an amazing recipe with you. It's so simple but the taste and the smell of the freshly baked loaf is just out of the world. The smell will still linger in the house after a day or two. It's so fun to be a part of these facebook baking groups, and to participate in the bake along events. If you are a beginner baker like me, you will not feel alone in the baking world out there. There are so many people to give you tips and share their experience in baking the same recipe, even with healthy replacements. Such a group is Fond bites by Subhashini. I'm so grateful and lucky to be a part of this group. This is the third bake along week I'm participating and I always look forward to new recipes every week.
This week it was a simple Lemon loaf recipe by Subhashini. But I had some sweet oranges, also called as Navel Oranges at home. The big orange coloured pretty ones, which almost looks like wax fruit. So I changed the recipe to make an orange loaf. Cutting my story short, lets get to the details of the recipe.
Kavi is a foodie and loves to cook something new everyday, else she would get bored. She takes inspiration from many food bloggers. Her tried and tested recepies are shared here to inspire you. Happy Cooking!!