FOOD - Biscuit



Following a healthy lifestyle is a rather complex task, for which you need to follow the right combination of dozens of guidelines. One is for sure though: a healthy diet is the baseline of it all.
However, following a healthy diet comes with giving ups, and the price of calorie deficit and valuable nutrients can be a guilt free piece of cookie.

But these days are over!

We realized that the team of nutrient-rich, healthy foods can not have only ready to eat members like desserts and protein bars. We created a product line, which gives the opportunity to make everyday foods at your home easily in a much healthier form, with higher valuable nutrient content than the usual versions have. This line’s new member is Cookie Mix, which will help you to get to healthy, homemade, gluten free cookies in the comfort of your home!

Of course, creating a simply good wheat mix which makes it easier to bake homemade cookies was not enough for us. We created it in a way that the ingredients would give you valuable nutrients too, that is why

  • mostly we used brown rice and millet fluors, which are gluten free flours with low glycemic index and high micronutrient content, so even the ones with gluten intolerance can use it;
  • we improved the dough’s consistency with tapioca starch, so it resembles even more to classic homemade cookies,
  • and lastly we improved the mixture’s fiber content with psyllium husk, so the mixture can not only be the base of delicious cookies, but they will also contribute to healthy digestion!

Who is it for?

For you, if

  • you are looking for a healthy food to contemplate your diet with in the everydays,
  • you like classic foods, but a healthy diet is also important for you,
  • you are gluten intolerant, and are searching for foods that are gluten free and healthy at the same time,

or you simply love homemade cookies, and want to treat yourself with a special homemade dish!

Recipe for 15 piece of cookies


  • 100 g Cookie Mix + 1-1,5 g for stretching
  • 2 g baking powder
  • 30 g coconut flower sugar (or eritrit)
  • 50 g butter (or coconut oil)
  • 2 g vanilla extract
  • 20 ml water

Mix the dry ingredients, and add the butter or coconut oil. When all is mixed thoroughly, add the water and the vanilla extract, then let it rest in a closed container in the fridge for 15 minutes. Stretch it thin on a lightly floured surface, and cut it to 15 equal round pieces with diameter of 5,5 cm. Bake it for 10-12 minutes in a preheated oven of 180C.

Packaging: 500 g