Amazake sweets Recipe- How to make Amazake cookie

In the last blog, I wrote about Amazake and the recipe to make it from scratch.

It’s super good for your health, we sometimes call it as “drinking IV (intravenous infusion”..
Amazake includes a lot of Vit.Bs and amino acid.

I love to drink just hot Amazake, but today I iwant to introduce you how to use it for sweets.
You can keep it in the fridge about one week, so please use it for your main dish/sweets etc instead of using sugar, you will taste the deepness of the flavor 🙂

Amazake Cookie Recipe (non egg, non sugar, non daily product)

Ingredients:

All purpose flour 100g
Whole wheat flour 60g
(A) 110g Amazake
(A) 40g oil
(A) a pinch of salt

If you like, please add any kind of nuts or chocolate chips or  dried fruits.
This time I use carob chips 🙂

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1. Mix whole wheat flour and all purpose flour well.

2. Mix all the (A)s in the other bowl until the color became whitish color.

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3. Mix (1) and (2) well. This time I add some carob tips at this point.

4. Make the shape. about 7-8mm thickness and 3cm circle shape.

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5. Bake it in the oven for 30 minutes with 160 degree C.

6. Enjoy!! 🙂

If you make this cookie without any carob tips or dried fruits, it’s not sweet compared to pre-made cookies since it doesn’t include any sugar. But you can taste very natural sweetness from the Amazake (the sweetness is like crackers) and the texture is crispy outside and a little moist inside. It’s very nice! If you like more sweet one, please add chopped dried fruit or carob chip etc. I made plain and carob one, half and half 🙂
And you can also make it with rice flour as well, in this case, please adjust the oil or Amazake amount (liquid amount) depends on the dough!

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If you like more sweet one, you can add dried fruits,

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