"This recipe is a mixture of a few of my favourite things from Italy", says Henrietta Inman. In her cookbook The Natural Baker, she goes on to describe how they are inspired by "heavenly biscuits called baci di dama ('ladies' kisses'), and some lovely chocolates called baci ('kisses') with a dark chocolate shell and chunky hazelnut centre."
We reckon just one bite of these baci will transport you straight to the sunny café terraces of Italy, but don't hold us to that. If you can't find oat flour, used rolled oats and process them in a food processor or high-speed blender until they are as fine as possible. Arrowroot is available in most supermarkets and health-food shops.