Golf Course Nutrition: Biscuits

This is part one of two short posts, offering a couple of recipes for some great golf course nutrition. These are healthy foods, which will provide excellent, slow release, energy during your round of golf. They are easy to store in your golf bag and easy to eat on the go!

Furthermore, these are really simple recipes, which will not take long to put together (however poor your cooking skills might be).

Both recipes can be found at Unfortunately, I did not make these recipes up myself, I just adapted them to suit my nutritional needs and using the food I had available at the time.


Here’s my first attempt at these Oat Biscuits… I had already eaten/tried a couple by the time I got my camera out!

First up are the Oat Biscuits.

Yes, biscuits that you can eat on the golf course, which will help improve your performance and are also healthy and good for you! These aren’t your usual bics, however, they are made with no sugar!

The original recipe includes Stevia, although, when I made mine I used some chocolate flavoured Protein Powder (from If you don’t have Stevia or you don’t want to add Protein powder, you could simply add Cocoa powder instead.

Here’s how I made mine…

Preheat Oven to 180 degrees C.

Mix together:

  • 80g Rolled Oats
  • 20g chopped Almonds
  • 1 x scoop of Chocolate Protein powder (35-40g) from
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon
  • ½ tsp Baking Powder
  • 50g Blueberries

Then, add:

  • 100ml Milk
  • 1 x Egg

Mix all together and spoon onto a baking tray (lined with greaseproof paper). This should make 6-8 biscuits, depending upon size.

Bake for 20-30mins.

Let them cool and store in an air tight container. Then wrap them up, pop them in your golf bag and consume during your round of golf.

That was my adapted version of the Oat Biscuits, with the original recipe available HERE. They literally take 5 minutes to prepare and then 20-ish minutes to cook. Really simple and there aren’t any baking skills needed!

Here's another attempt... This time replacing Blueberries for Raspberries.

Here’s another attempt… This time replacing Blueberries for Raspberries.

For part two, with another healthy recipe, perfect to take onto the golf course, click HERE.

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