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Wholegrain GF Amaranth Brownie Biscotti Wholegrain GF Amaranth Brownie Biscotti. Today I have one of my favourite recipes for you. I developed this for my better half who is trying to stay gluten free and loves biscotti. I shot it in a hurry as he was leaving for HKG and loves to carry ‘the taste of home’ with him.

Wholegrain GF Amaranth Brownie Biscotti I am super inspired with whole grain baking and still can’t figure out why plain flour formed my first few years of baking. It’s never too late to shift gear though. I did, and happily so. My baking now is mostly whole grain and I am LOVING it. You will find oats, amaranth, wholewheat, nut meals in my recipes.Whole foodMy other love, fruit, finds a lot of place in my blog too. I have also now shifted to using raw sugar, honey and brown mineral sugar in the kitchen, and sometimes natural fruit substitutes a part of the sugar. I hope I have inspired you to shift gears a little too. Do ‘think out of the box’, push your boundaries and always stay inspired!Chocolate Marquise

This post is headed for Bloggers Tuesday at Home Bakers Guild.


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About me: I am a freelance food writer, recipe developer and photographer. Food is my passion - baking, cooking, developing recipes, making recipes healthier, using fresh seasonal produce and local products, keeping a check on my carbon footprint and being a responsible foodie! I enjoy food styling, food photography, recipe development and product reviews. I express this through my food photographs which I style and the recipes I blog. My strength lies in 'Doing Food From Scratch'; it must taste as good as it looks, and be healthy too. Baking in India, often my biggest challenge is the non-availability of baking ingredients, and this has now become a platform to get creative on. I enjoy cooking immensely as well.


  1. Wow, Deeba, amazing! And I cannot believe these are gluten free! Good for you! They look just fabulously chocolate… and I love biscotti! But there are a few cakes and puddings i see in the photos I want, too!

  2. everytime I see one of your posts using amaranth… it reminds me why I need to make a trip to FabIndia at the earliest!!! these look fantastic!!
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  3. Wonderful biscotti!!! perfect for a good cup of coffee or tea. Blessings, Catherine

  4. ah Deeba other lovely and beasutiful post I love biscottis!!xoxox
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  5. Awesome biscottis..Lovely dish

  6. I have naver baked with amaranth, but I will try soon (when I get my hands on this flour). Your biscotti look irresistible and wonderfully crunchy.



  7. I love all your goodies baked with amaranth flour… it is sooooooo expensive at our local health food stores here!
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  8. natasha says:

    Hi Deeba, these look amazing as always! Can’t wait to try these…
    I pick up my Amaranth Flour from Delhi, do you have a good source here in Gurgaon?


    • Hey there Natasha. I pick up my amaranth flour from Fab India either at DT Mega Mall Phase 1, or at Galleria Phase 4. Thats the only one I use. :-)

  9. natasha says:

    Thank you Deeba! :)

  10. Hey Deeba, is it possible without Eggs?

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