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Rice flour biscuits recipe of 12-10-2016 [Updated on 24-09-2018]

Rice flour cookies are one gluten-free recipe, the perfect sweets for a delicious breakfast to prepare for celiac friends and not only;)
These Biscuits they are very crumbly and give their best soaked in milk in the morning, preparing them is very simple so you just have to try them.
I have officially opened the season of hot herbal teas, I have a bad cold so every day I am taking a cup of boiling water with honey, lemon and ginger inside and the accompanying biscuit is a must, so I leave you to the recipe and I'm going to take my afternoon break, kisses: *


How to make rice flour biscuits

Whip the egg in a bowl with the sugar and the softened butter.

Add the milk and vanilla essence, mix and add the flour and baking powder. Knead until the dough is soft and homogeneous. Wrap the dough in the film and let it rest in the refrigerator for 2 hours.

Spent the 2 hours formed with the dough of the small balls. Put the biscuits thus obtained on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper, then bake in a preheated oven at 175 ° C for 12 minutes, or until the biscuits begin to brown.

Once cooled, sprinkle your rice flour biscuits with icing sugar and serve.

Rice flour biscuits

If you love making sweets and treats at home, you should definitely try this recipe. THE biscuits with rice flour they are really delicious and are perfect for a healthy and balanced snack. Obviously they are also very good dipped in milk because they do not break and absorb liquids well.

This recipe is also perfect for those who are intolerant to gluten and it is for all these reasons that we have decided to offer it to you. If you are lactose intolerant in addition to gluten, you can replace butter with simple oil, considering that 100 g of oil correspond to 80 g of oil. Both olive oil and good seed oil are fine. The secret to making them crumbly is, as always, to work the dough as little as possible because it will not have to be heated too much by hand at the end of a shortcrust pastry and it is for this reason that we always recommend a rest in the fridge. This will allow the butter to solidify and this will have a positive impact on cooking.

Making rice biscuits is really very simple, you don't need great skills as an expert pastry chef, following our step by step they will come perfectly even if you are not aces in the kitchen and in the kitchen. They are delicious, the rice flour makes them light and delicate and they are ideal to complete a tray of desserts, perhaps on Sundays.

Delicious and sweet at the right point are ideal to accompany the afternoon th & eacute at 5 or for breakfast. But they are so greedy that you will love them at any time of the day. Small light pastries suitable for all needs that can be embellished and made even more special. You can add pistachios, chopped hazelnuts, black cherries on the surface, but even just with a sprinkling of sugar they are excellent. You can stuff them with fruit jam or why not even with the famous hazelnut cream.

If closed in a tin box or kept under a glass bell, they can also be kept for a week, even if as tasty as they are, they will disappear in a shorter time. We are sure of that! Try this version and let us know if you liked it! And if you are looking for biscuits with alternative flours to the classic 00, we suggest you also try the recipe for oatmeal biscuits, they will surprise you!

In this case, to make the process even simpler, we decided to roll out the dough all together in a pan and then divide it into delicious squares, but if you want you can give the biscuits the shape you want before even putting them in the pan, so they will cook with the desired shape.

And if you are passionate about DIY and desserts in general, you can also try these other homemade cake recipes, which are perfect for breakfast or a snack:

  • Flour 00 180 gr
  • Rice flour 90 g
  • Butter 110 g
  • Egg 1
  • Sugar + to taste to sprinkle over the biscuits - 60 gr
  • Vanillin 1 sachet
  • salt 1 pinch

Gluten free pastry

To prepare the rice flour biscuits, pour the cold butter, brown sugar 1, salt 2 and lemon zest 3 into the mixer bowl fitted with a leaf hook. Work for a couple of minutes.

Add both the whole egg 4 and the yolk 5. Work again for a couple of minutes with the whip hook. Add the rice flour 6

and yeast 7, knead again until the mixture is homogeneous 8. Transfer the dough to the work surface, form a loaf and wrap it with cling film 9. Let the dough rest for at least 1 hour in the refrigerator.

Retrieve the hardened dough from the fridge 10. Take pieces of about 30 g 11 and form balls with your hands 12.

Place the pastry balls on a baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly mash them with your fingers 13. With these doses you will get about 32 biscuits, so you can make more 14 batches. Bake in a preheated static oven at 180 ° for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven. When cooked, let them cool well on the pan before enjoying them.

Rice flour biscuits, 5 gluten-free recipes

THE Cookies With Rice Flour, in addition to being gluten-free desserts , they are very light and easy to prepare. The delicate taste of Cookies With Rice Flour , will amaze you and with the inclusion of delicious ingredients, you will prepare desserts greedy ideal for any time of day, from Breakfast at the midnight snack!

Rice flour, not containing gluten, is very different from flour, but making gluten-free desserts with this ingredient is really a breeze!

Here's how to prepare 5 delicious and light biscuits with rice flour!

1. Cookies with rice flour and oat flakes
Pour 150 gr of rice flour, 50 gr of oat flakes, 50 gr of bran, 50 gr of brown sugar, 120 gr of butter and a pinch of salt into a bowl. Mix well until you get a homogeneous mixture, then let it rest in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Roll out the dough and cut the biscuits with a pastry cutter. Transfer the biscuits to a lined pan and bake a 170 ° C for 7 minutes per side.

2. Biscuits with rice flour and lemon
In a bowl, add 200 g of rice flour and 50 g of sifted potato starch. United grated zest of 1 lemon and its juice, 70 ml of olive oil, 50 g of sugar, 1 sachet of baking powder and mix well. Form the dough into balls of about 25 gr and flatten them, arrange them in a pan with a little distance from each other. Bake a 180 ° C for 15 minutes.

3.Biscuits with rice flour and chocolate
Melt 100 g of dark chocolate. In a bowl, beat 1 egg with 70 g of sugar, then add 50 g of butter. Mix all the ingredients, then add 200 grams of rice flour to rain. When you have obtained a homogeneous mixture, add the chocolate and mix well. Roll out the dough and obtain the biscuits that you will bake in 160 ° C for about 10 minutes.

5. Biscuits with rice flour and cinnamon
In a bowl, add 200 g of rice flour and 50 g of sifted potato starch. Add a level tablespoon of cinnamon powder, 70 ml of olive oil, 50 grams of sugar, 1 sachet of baking powder and a few tablespoons of water, mix well. Form the dough into balls of about 25 gr and flatten them, arrange them in a pan with a little distance from each other. Bake at 180 ° C for 15 minutes.



My friend but they are beautiful, I promise that I do not like rice flour very much but maybe mixing it they come out very good. to see yours surely I would eat lots of them, very nice also the shape you gave them, very good as always a big kiss-)

They are delicious, how good they came to you, I have to try them, grazieeeeee.

They will certainly be very good and crunchy, thanks to the rice flour.
Very beautiful.

I was just looking for a rice flour cookie recipe and came across your blog. Very nice congratulations! I too have recently started a blog if you want to drop by and reciprocate to stay in touch and exchange tips in the kitchen I leave you the link
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Soon :)

Deliciosa y sutil receta, gracias por share it. Ready to realize it. Un saludo y una preciosa fotografía.

dear cousin I try these as soon as I buy rice flour. they intrigued me!

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I love the rice biscuits to die for !! Excellent workhorse ^ _ ^ Very good! And congratulations on the page.

My darling but they are so perfect: D And greedy I know! But I would say that everything that comes out of your kitchen is a workhorse! You are too good and precise (quality that I lack.). Kisses!

I had breakfast with the Campagnole .. and then I arrive here and. yum, nothing to do with packaged cookies, yours win as usual in taste and presentation. I love rice flour very much, I absolutely want to try this proposal of yours. Good week dear Mari!

yesterday i bought, finally the rice flour and so now i step to the action. smack!

How to make rice flour biscuits

In a bowl, beat the egg with the sugar (1).

Add the soft butter (2) and the lemon zest.

Finally add the flour (3).

Mix first with a fork, then turn over on a pastry board and knead quickly (4), until you get a compact ball.

Wrap it in plastic wrap (5) and put it in the fridge to rest for at least 1 hour.

Roll out the dough about 5 mm high (6), helping yourself with a little additional rice flour to sprinkle on the work surface.

Cut the dough with the cookie cutter (7), with the expulsion mold, suitable for double cookies. Alternatively, use a pastry ring or an upside-down glass. Divide the cookies into two equal parts: make a smaller central hole in half of the cookies. These will form the top of your "double cookie".

Put the biscuits in a baking tray lined with parchment paper (8). Bake at 180 ° C for about 10 minutes, until golden.

Spread a teaspoon of jam on the biscuits without a central hole (9) sprinkle the other half of the biscuits with icing sugar.

Pair the two parts to get the final result (10).

Your rice flour biscuits are ready to be served (11).

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doses for 4 people


200g of white flour type 00
100g of rice flour
1 tablespoon of white almond cream
2 tablespoons of corn oil
2 tablespoons of corn malt
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 tablespoon of milk
1 egg
1 spoonful of baking powder for cakes

sift the two flours in a bowl add the corn oil the corn malt the cream of white almonds the cinnamon the milk the egg and the yeast
mix everything so that a soft pastry similar to shortcrust pastry is formed
then let it rest for 20 minutes after the time has elapsed take the dough out roll it out with a rolling pin and with a biscuit cutter make some biscuits of the desired shape
place the biscuits on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and bake in a preheated oven at 170 & # 176 take them out of the oven and arrange them on a wire rack until they have cooled completely at this point you can serve them

Ingredients for biscuits with rice flour

In a bowl, mix the butter, flour and yeast.

In the center, add the egg, milk and sugar.

Knead until you get a homogeneous mixture. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least half an hour.

Shape into balls and arrange on a baking sheet lined with baking paper.

Bake in a preheated oven at 170 ° for about 15 minutes. Let it cool completely before serving.

Rice flour biscuits - Recipes

A lot of time has passed since our first biscuits with rice flour, a post that you have embellished with so many tips and suggestions in your comments, which all the people who have landed on that page over time have treasured. It was our first experiment and you wrote to us (and continue to do so) sharing your experience, because sharing enriches everyone and this is the spirit of the blog.
It is therefore also thanks to you that we improve day after day.

Today we are happy to offer you these cookies that have exceeded all our expectations!
We struggled to keep from finishing them all before we could photograph them. :) In short. this time there was a risk of a post without photos!

If you add coconut and almonds to the rice flour, the magic is done.

The aroma, taste and texture of these biscuits are unmistakable. Coconut and almond flour give, in a delicate and not overwhelming way, aroma and taste. And then there is the rice flour, which makes these cookies unique.

Let's not forget that they are gluten-free cookies, therefore also suitable for those suffering from celiac disease.
For those who, on the other hand, were just a matter of choice, they can eat them like this, because they are really delicious, or they can use 00 flour instead of rice.

Ingrediants: (about 40 cookies, but it depends on the thickness and size you give)

90 g of butter
80 g of powdered sugar
35 g of coconut flour
35 g of almond flour (or ground and ground almonds)
160 g of rice flour
1 egg
1 sachet of vanillin

Proceed as in the preparation of shortcrust pastry.
Take a large bowl and cut the soft butter, previously left at room temperature, into chunks. Add the icing sugar, vanilla and stir until the butter and sugar have blended together forming a frothy mixture.
Add the almond flour, coconut flour, egg and, little by little, the rice flour. Compact and knead by hand until it forms a dough. Wrap it in plastic wrap and let it rest in the refrigerator for at least an hour.

Take the dough out of the refrigerator and roll out a third of the dough with a rolling pin on the pastry board, helping yourself with a little rice flour so that it comes off easily (also flour the rolling pin). The dough must be rolled out at a height of about 3 - 5 mm.

Cut out the cookies with molds (we have indulged ourselves with cookie stamps, but you can cut them out with any mold you like!), Then arrange them a little spaced on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper. If you wish, you can distribute a little white or brown sugar or a few flakes of almond on the surface of the biscuits.

Bake in a preheated oven at 170 & # 176 for about 12-15 minutes, until they are lightly browned.


Instead of baking powder we can use a teaspoon of ammonia for desserts. In this case it is advisable to wait for the biscuits to cool well before tasting them, so that the smell formed during the cooking phase can disappear completely.

Cane sugar can obviously be replaced with granulated sugar. Instead of lemon juice it is possible to add orange juice or a few drops of vanilla essence.

We check the cooking, because depending on the oven, it could be ready in less time.


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