For Halloween! Kabocha Okara Cookies. A healthy Halloween Kabocha cheesecake that is entirely gluten-free and sugar-free! I really like using Japanese kabocha squash in recipes as it has a really great taste and texture and is very versatile in its uses. You can use it in sweets, instead of potatoes, in soups, in custards, in purees, in.
Ingredients of For Halloween! Kabocha Okara Cookies
- Prepare 100 grams of ■Peeled, steamed kabocha squash.
- You need 3 tbsp of ■ Rice syrup (or honey).
- It’s 3 tbsp of ■Canola oil.
- You need 40 grams of Whole wheat flour.
- You need 60 grams of All-purpose flour.
- Prepare of The flour should weigh 100 g combined (can also use a cake/rice flour blend).
- It’s 35 grams of Almond flour.
- Prepare 100 grams of Fresh okara.
- It’s 1 dash of Salt.
Though I love these with butter you can also use olive oil and or walnuts so that your matcha cookies come out a little 'healthier' and nutritious than usual 😉. Mix granulated sugar and water in a saucepan by tilting the pan. Kabocha is notorious for its really tough green skin. When you cut the green kabocha squash in half, it's almost a surprise the incongruity of the bright orangey flesh.
For Halloween! Kabocha Okara Cookies step by step
- Steam the kabocha until soft, and peel the skin. Preheat the oven to 180℃..
- Add the kabocha and liquids marked ■ to a bowl. Mash the kabocha with a fork and mix..
- Add the flour, okara, almond flour and salt to the dough. Mix together to form a soft dough, a little softer than your earlobe. If it is too hard/soft, user water/flour to adjust as necessary..
- Roll the dough to a 4-5 mm thickness, and stamp out the cookies with cookie cutters. Kids love helping with this part. If you don't have halloween themed cutters, you can just cut them into squares with a knife..
- Line a baking tray with parchment, and arrange the cookies on top. Bake for 20-25 minutes at 180°C..
- Adjust the temperature and baking time according to the thickness of the cookies..
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