Prep 30 mins
Cook 40 mins
A dessert square! This is another one of my adopted recipes. I have not tried this yet. Looks plain to me but if someone tries it let me know what you think.
- Mix together dry ingredients.
- Add oil and mix until blended.
- Mix in sesame.
- Spread onto a baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes.
- Cut into squares while still warm.
- Let cool.
Okay, I decided to give this a try; I halved the recipe and made some small additions. I'm wheat-sensitive, so I used mostly buckwheat and oat flour, with a little soy thrown in. I also substituted flax seeds instead of sesame seeds, and used olive oil. Since the recipe seemed very plain for a dessert(and I'm on a low-sugar restriction), I added one tablespoon of powder stevia sweetener, one drop liquid stevia sweetener, and some pure vanilla extract. The resulting mixture baked up very nicely on an oiled pan(though I will grease the pan next time), and tasted quite good, very much like a flattish scone. I enjoyed it both plain and with some cream cheese. I'm giving this recipe three stars, because I believe if I hadn't made the alterations in flour and sweetener, it would have been a very unsatisfying product. However, the actual baking process did work quite well.