classic buttermilk rusks

Buttermilk rusks

Boerebeskuit: Literally meaning "farmers rusks", a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

Today's history lesson: Boerebeskuit, literally meaning "farmers rusks," is a South African food legacy from the Voortrekkers’ nomadic way of life.

Buttermilk Bran Rusks | Huletts Sugar

Buttermilk Bran Rusks

12 MAY 2013 Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks.

Low sugar high fibre rusk recipe - will replace the non-nutritive sweetener.

The South African version of RUSKS, the hard, very dry biscuits good for dunking in cuppas. They originated with the Dutch who packed them when traveling long distances in South Africa's hot climate.

Rusks, with almond & coconut flour (wheat-, sugar-free, recipe) | Low Carb Is Lekker

“LCHF” – Sweet Recipe Archive

Rusks - Low-carb is Lekker, I used a bit more than cup of rice malt syrup in place of xylitol

Mosbolletjies - Traditional South-African "wet rusk"

Mosbolletjies--Traditional South African goody :) something I'll always associates with my grandma. She perfects them.

Muesli-beskuit | SARIE | Muesli rusks

Muesli-beskuit, Beskuit kan gewwonlik vir twee maande gehou word as dit in n ligdugte houer is. Sit eers jou beskuit in plastieksakke en dan in die ligdugte houer-so sal dit langer vars bly.