Biscuits – One option to replace your biscuits with are nuts. When I say nuts, I don’t mean peanuts (they are legumes not nuts and most people cannot digest them efficiently because they do not get activated before consumption. That’s a different topic for another day). Opt for nuts like Brazil nuts, Cashews, Almonds or Macadamias.
And that’s it, you’re done! You can now make your own digestive biscuits, and have some substitutes if you ever need any. If you’ve got any other food curiosities be sure to check the related articles below, we’re always adding more food facts to make your life that much easier.
With this handy dandy substitute list you’ll always have a backup plan. Can you make them without sugar? The best substitutes for digestive biscuits are graham crackers, ginger nuts or biscuits, hob nobs, oreos, pie crust, shortbread, or just any biscuits mixed with ground nuts.
TRY THIS INSTEAD: Sorbet, sherbet, or frozen yogurt: If you have a really stubborn craving, all of these are a healthier alternative to ice cream. Most are fat free, but high in sugar, so indulge in moderation.