Rosemary & Parmesan Biscuits - Divalicious Recipes (2024)

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Rosemary Parmesan biscuits are baked with almond flour and make a savoury biscuit. A healthier option for those following a Low carb, Keto or gluten free diet.

These savoury biscuits are just lovely. Rosemary and Parmesan are a great flavour combination and the Parmesan give this biscuit a slight chewy texture but they also melt in your mouth. You could use this biscuit mixture as a base and play around with the flavourings, but try this first as it is yummy!

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I use fresh rosemary but you could use dried. I would increase the amounts if using dried though. The biscuits kept well in an air tight container in the fridge too...will keep for a week happily. The Chief taster took to heating them up in the microwave and declared them delicious.

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Rosemary Parmesan Biscuits

Angela Coleby

5 from 5 votes

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Course Snacks

Servings 12 Biscuits


  • 1 ½ cups (144g) Almond flour
  • 1 cup (100g) Parmesan cheese grated
  • 2 tablespoons Rosemary, chopped dried/fresh
  • 1 Egg Beaten
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons butter, unsalted melted
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder


  • Preheat the oven to 180C/350F degrees.

  • Mix the almond flour, baking powder, salt, garlic powder together

  • Add the eggs and butter and blend well.

  • Mix in the cheese and rosemary until you have a blended dough.

  • Roll small balls of the biscuit dough and place on a parchment paper lined baking tray. Flatten the biscuits with the palm of your hand.

  • Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden brown and firm.

  • Eat and enjoy!


12 biscuits

Nutritional Info per biscuit: 128 Calories, 11g Fat, 6g Protein, 3g Total Carbs, 1g Fibre, 2g Net Carbs

The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator.

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  1. Jane

    So yummy! Will make these again


    • Angela Coleby

      Delighted you enjoyed them! Thanks for the feedback!


  2. Irene

    Can I replace butter with olive oil/coconut oil? And for 2 tablespoons butter how much olive oil or coconut oil should I use?


    • Angela Coleby

      You could replace the butter with oil and I would use 2 to 3 tablespoons of oil. Start with 2 and if the dough is too dry, add an additional tablespoon.


  3. Jacquie

    Just made these ready for valentines afternoon tea. They were so quick and easy.
    I pressed down the mixture with my hand and used a heart shaped cutter to get small hearts. I’m very pleased with the result (and myself😉)
    Just tasted one for quality control - delicious.


    • Angela Coleby

      I love the heart shape cutter idea! Delighted that they passed quality control!


  4. Elaine

    Can they be frozen?


    • Angela Coleby

      Yes they can.


  5. Maria

    As I also wrote on FB, these are truly addictive! I made them with pecorino (personal preference) and with dry rosemary (cos I didn't have fresh) and they turned out fantastic. One of the most delicious biscuits I have ever had! I had hard time pacing myself! Thanks for this heavenly recipe!


    • Angela Coleby

      Thank you for a lovely review! You'd made my day and I'm delighted you like them as much as we do!


  6. Rene Reed

    Made several batches and loved them. My husband raved over them. I found it interesting, however, that the instructions mention adding baking powder, but baking powder is not listed in the ingredients. I opted for a teaspoon.
    I am serving them tomorrow, so I will re-heat in a low oven.


    • Angela Coleby

      Oops! I'll amend the recipe card. Thanks for letting me know. Glad you are enjoying them!


  7. Kim

    Delicious! Wonderful texture and flavor. This is a keeper.


    • Angela Coleby

      Thank you! Glad you enjoyed them!


  8. Rachel

    Biscuits in the oven! However, why is my rosemary still on the counter?


  9. Patti

    You left out the Rosemary when adding the flour garlic parking powder and salt. No mention of adding the Rosemary .


    • Angela Coleby

      Will correct that, thanks!


  10. Patti

    It calls for baking powder but it isn't in the recipe also it says to mix eggs as in plural nut the recipe only calls for one egg. I'm in the process of making these and now I've been stopped in my tracks because of the baking powder. Please advise. I also think these will be awesome looking forward to trying them.


    • Angela Coleby

      Ignore the baking powder and it should just be one egg. If the mixture looks too dry add another egg. I use medium sized eggs so it can vary.


  11. Sue

    awesome! I loved these, goes great with a glass of red wine too 😉


    • Angela Coleby

      Good choice!!?


    • Patti

      Ok great.
      Thanks for the speedy reply I'm making them now. So no baking powder and one egg.


  12. controledHB

    Hi, you mention spice in the method but there is no spice in the ingredients?


    • Divalicious

      It should have been Rosomary. I was thinking about trying this with other spices as I typed! Have corrected it now thanks!


  13. mary

    look delecious....can't wait to try this biskuit


  14. Cheap Luxury

    These sound delicious!


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