Alina Tkachenko, Ivan Syrokhman, Tetyana Lozova, Nataliya Ofilenko, Elena Goryachova, Yevgenia Hmelnitska, Inna Shurduk


The article discusses the recipes of new biscuits based on organic raw materials, as well as the results of the study of their quality and safety indicators. The aim of this research is studying the consumer properties of biscuits, developed on the basis of organic raw materials, which will expand the range of organic confectionery products. The main difference between the developed biscuit recipes is that instead of wheat flour buckwheat flour, spelled flour and hemp flour were used, and coconut and maple sugar were used as sweeteners.

To determine the organoleptic characteristics, a 25-point scale was developed, which includes indicators: taste, smell, appearance, crust state, crumb color. On the basis of the carried out organoleptic assessment, it has been established that the developed biscuits have a pleasant taste and good aroma and are highly appreciated by the tasting commission. Physico-chemical characteristics and safety performance of the developed products were within the normal range. Thanks to the use of non-traditional raw materials, the energy value of biscuits was reduced.

On the basis of the obtained data, the expediency of expanding the range of organic confectionery products with new types of biscuits is substantiated.


biscuits; organic raw materials; nutritional value; maple sugar; coconut sugar

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