Having a cup of tea on the weekend morning, missing something …
Shortbread cookies! Seems like I’ve been envying the carb-eaters a thing or two since going gluten-free, LCHF and keto. They often get to have a cookie with their coffee or tea … And I don’t. What do you envy them? There’s nothing wrong with some envy. In the end, we’re all only humans. Cookie craving humans. And shortbread almond cookies might just come to the rescue here.
I’m not going to write a long story behind either almonds or cookies themselves. There’s just one simple fact: In my rental, I have this nice little balcony with nice little sun rays on nice weekend non-rainy mornings. I make myself a nice cup of tea, and my significant other has coffee. Unless we go out to have coffee with our neighbours. But that’s another story that does not include keto-friendly cookies. This one does.
So, sitting on the balcony, I can have a cup of green tea, accompanied by a couple of shortbread almond cookies. And I’m a happy camper. Long story short. Long recipe, shortbread cookies. Enjoy!
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