Easy Ghee Biscuits

Easy Ghee Biscuits

This easy ghee biscuit recipe has just three main ingredients, ghee, flour and sugar.  I didn’t even know they exsisted until a friendly market goer suggested we make them for our stall. What a fabulous suggestion this was.  These ghee bisucits are yummmy and go beautifully with a cup of tea.  If you are familiar with melting moments – they’re very similar.

After scouring the internet for recipes and trying a few, this one by Sharmila Kingsly, seems to be the easiest, and the tastiest.

Like anything, the quality of the ingredients for these ghee biscuits definitely make a big difference. I would also like to suggest, the attitude you hold, while you are making them, matters.   We suggest, like our ghee kitchen, having an intention of love and joy.  If you decide you want to toss in some kindness too, I am sure the person eating them would appreciate it.


SERVES…. Depends 🤣  makes 12 biscuits thou.


1/2 Cup of soft to melted Ghee

1/2 cup Powdered (Icing) sugar

1 cup of plain flour

1 teaspoon of good quality vanilla essence

#love #bundles of joy (optional #kindness)


Prepare by preheating your oven to 180 and lining a baking tray with baking paper.

Sift the flour

Mix the all the dry ingredients together – flour and sugar.

Add the wet ingredients – ghee and vanilla essence – into the dry ingredients.

Mix well to form a soft dough.

Pinch out tableslpoons of the mixture, rolling each into balls and placing on the baking tray.

Bake at 180 degrees for 15 mins or once the cookies start to brown.

Allow to cool.

These biscuits, if they don’t get eaten immediately, will store well in an airtight container for up to two weeks.

Did you make these easy ghee biscuits?  Share a photo on our socials and let us know how long they lasted in your household! 🤣

If you’re looking for more easy ghee recipes there’s a list of all of them on our webiste here.

Ghee Popcorn

A photo of popcorn cooked with our healthy, creamy butter alternative organic ghee.

If you’ve never had ghee popcorn you’re in for a real treat.  Besides the OMG taste, the best thing about cooking your popcorn in ghee is that you don’t have to add butter to it at the end of the process – meaning less washing up. With Winter upon us and the rise of Netflix and chill moments as we cower inside out of the cold, ghee popcorn is a healthy, snackable treat for both children and adults alike. It’s one of the easiest of ghee recipes – besides smearing it on a crumpet or dolloping it on cooked vegetables that is – and takes advantage of the high smoking point of ghee.




1/3 cup of popping corn (dried corn kernels)

2 heaped tbsps of OMGhee

1 medium, heavy based saucepan (with a lid and preferably glass, but not essential – the glass that is – the lid is critical)



Place the ghee in a heavy based saucepan.

Heat the ghee so it is very hot – and hot enough to pop the corn kernels.  How do you know when it is hot enough?  Take a single corn kernel and drop it in the ghee.  If the oil is hot enough it will begin to move, turn and then after a short while pop.

Place the remaining popcorn in the ghee.

Place the lid on your saucepan. This is super important unless you want popcorn all over your kitchen.

As the corn pops lift the saucepan from the stove, giving it a quick shake to move the kernels around and then place back on the heat. This technique lowers the chance of burning the corn and is especially valuable if you’ve overloaded the saucepan with too many kernels!

You know when the ghee popcorn is nearly ready with the  length of time between the pops becomes extended.  Once the corn has not popped for 10 seconds or so remove from the heat.  Some like to turn the heat off and let the remaining heat cook the last few.

Quickly pour out your corn into another bowl to avoid the heat ‘steaming’ the cooked popcorn.

Voila! you’re done.

Add salt and more ghee to taste.


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Caramelised Peaches and Ghee Recipe

Caramelised Peaches cooked in ghee

This caramelised peaches and ghee recipe is not only quick and easy, but also yummy and healthy.

Who said you can’t mash those things into one?!



2 ripe and juicy organic peaches

1.5 tbsp of Ghee – OMGhee of course!

A good pinch of your favourite desert recipe spice mix (we use cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamon and ginger)

Mint for garnish

A squeeze of lemon to taste.


Wash your peaches, take out the seed and slice them into bit-sized slices (about 8 slices per peach)

Heat pan and add Ghee

Add peaches and cook in Ghee until the edges caramelise.

Now you’ve caramelised your peaches in ghee, it’s time to add your dessert recipe spice mix

Continue to cook for another few minutes until golden

Remove from heat and serve with mint, a quick squeeae of lemon to taste and your favourite toppings such as Paris Creek Farms greek yogurt or decadant ice-cream.

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This recipe – Caramelised Peaches and Ghee first appeared here as a feature on Best Desserts.

Ghee Recipes

Ghee recipes

Want to know our favourite ghee recipes?

Everyone is always asking. ‘Do you have any OMGhee recipes”  “How do I use my ghee in recipes’

Straight up I say – “you already know how to use it”.

It’s easy – just swap out your oil or butter in your cooking for the healthier, lactose free version of OMGhee – and now you have a ghee recipe.

As Australians we often associate ghee with curry. Yes it’s great for curry because of it’s high smoking point, however, OMGhee also makes a great eating ghee.  So the most simplest ghee recipe is OMGhee on bread, your crumpets, use it to cook your pancakes in, eggs and steaks.  Remember, “You already know how to use it!”

However, we all need some inspiration at times, I know I do, so here’s a list of ghee recipes, those we have currently on our website and are always updating.

  1. Ghee, Corriander and Rice.  This recipe is our all time favourite.  It fills you up without leaving you feel heavy and is oh so nourishing.
  2. Our Special Milk recipe for all your insomniacs out there. (It helps for constipation too)
  3. Salmon and Aspargus.  We wrote this one especially for easter.  This recipe is a staple in our household.
  4. Caramelised Peaches with Ghee.  This is our dessert recipe – it’s amazing with Paris Creek Farms Greek Yogurt.
  5. Feeling like a snack?  Our ghee biscuit recipe is quick and easy both to make and eat. 🤣🥄
  6. Bullet Proof Coffee.  Great for kick-starting a weight loss program

Do you have a favourtie ghee recipe?  If so share the love.  Meessage us at hello@omghee.com and we’ll add it to the collection (and give you credit of course!).  The more the merrier.

Salmon and Asparagus Recipe

Salmon and Asparagus Ghee Recipe using OMGhee

This super easy Salmon and Asparagus Easter themed recipe will have you feeling good after the annual chocolate binge.

Let’s face it, a major chocolate binge can leave you with either a dull brain and sugar coma or floating in la la land with a super sugar high and a sketchy nervous system.  Either way this recipe with its secret weapon – ghee –  can support you and calm down that insulin regulator you’ve freaked out to get you back on track.  Ghee has grounding properties while at the same time perking up that sleepy sugar brain.  Team it with Salmon, full of brain building Omegas, and you’ve got the perfect ‘food as medicine’ Easter pick me up to make like that chocolate binge never happened.


  • 250g Salmon (skin on)
  • Small bunch of Asparagus
  • 1 Tablespoon of OMGhee 
  • Micro Herbs
  • Squeeze of Lemon Juice
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Pinch of #Joy, Love & Intention


How to – Easy step by step instructions.

  1. Prepare your asparagus, by removing the tough part of the stalk (usually the bottom centimeter or so) – We’re going to be leaving them whole for this recipe. 
  2. Bring your frying pan to high heat and add your OMGhee.
  3. Ghee has a super high smoking point so you don’t need to worry too much about how high the heat goes. (Don’t burn the house down though!) 
  4. Add your Salmon to the pan skin side down. You’re going to get the skin nice and crispy in the first part of this cook.
  5. After 1 – 2 mins turn the heat down to medium and if your skin is crisp, turn your salmon and continue to cook until the fish is flakey and falls apart (or to your liking).
  6. Remove Salmon and allow it to sit.
  7. Turn the temperature up to high, add your asparagus to the pan and toss in the Salmon juice and ghee until heated through (about a minute).


That’s it.

Serve the salmon and asparagus, throw some micro herbs on top to make it look pretty and up the vitamin intake. Squeeze some lemon, add salt and pepper to taste, and you’re good to go.


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