Chickpea Digestives: A No Baking Powder Kid-Friendly Cookie Recipe

Well, well, well, you all have heard of, tried, and tested (read tasted) atta oats digestives, right? How about twisting the ingredient list somewhat? I have done exactly that. Despite these being dubbed as "digestives," these are the tastiest ever chickpea cookies available, tasting like besan burfi. You can't stop at one. The standout point is these use no raising agent, no white sugar, and are low in saturated fat. So these make perfect tea time treats for one and all (of course not for diabetics). This kid-friendly recipe will be a hit at your home.
chickpea digestives no baking powder kid-friendly recipe

This is not a diabetic friendly recipe.
This is not a gluten-free recipe.
This is a kid-friendly recipe.

I have been experimenting with various grains, flours, and cereals to come up with a healthy cookie recipe. After having tried our normal digestives with whole wheat and oats, this time it was the turn of chickpea flour.

When dad tasted these chickpea digestives, he said "these are very tasty and taste like besan burfi."
besan digestives

1 cup measures 175 ml

3 tbsp- olive oil or any other flavorless oil (sunflower/rice bran)
1 tbsp- cold/solidified ghee or butter (I refrigerate ghee for 30 mts before baking)
1 cup- chickpea flour (besan)
1 cup- oatmeal/powdered oats
3 tbsp- jaggery powder/raw cane sugar (you may add more if you have a sweet tooth)
1 tbsp- milk
2 tbsp- wheat bran

How to make chickpea flour digestives: No Baking Powder Airfryer Recipe

Whisk together ghee, raw cane sugar, and oil. It is important to whisk very well.
Add milk and whisk again until your shoulder starts to pain or the mix looks well incorporated.
Next take a sifter and sieve both flours 2-3 times.
Start adding the flour in parts to the wet mix.
Add half of the flour and mix with a spatula or hands.
Add the rest of the flour and mix again.
DO NOT KNEAD. KNEADING results in gluten development. Crunchy cookies shouldn't have gluten formation.
Add 1 tbsp of whole wheat bran and mix again.
Let the dough sit covered on the counter for 20-30 mts.
Roll out the dough. Do not roll out a thin sheet. It should be of medium size.
Spread the rest of the bran on a tray.
Place the cookies on the bran so that the bran covers the digestives well. I added bran at this stage itself and did not add it before, so some of the bran was left on the tray.
Place the chickpea digestives on a baking tray and refrigerate for 20 mts.
Preheat the oven/mw convection to 160 degrees for 10 mts.  I have made these in the airfryer.
Preheat the airfryer for 5 mts.
Bake/airfry for 8-10 mts.
Check if done.
Remove from the airfryer/oven/microwave.
Allow the digestives to cool down completely before munching or storing these beauties in an airtight jar.
Enjoy melt-in-the-mouth besan digestives that taste like besan burfi.

Nutty Gluten-free Cookies With Chickpea Flour

Looking for a gluten-free cookie recipe? I know there is so much buzz about gluten these days. In fact, it has become a big villain for most people. I call it a villain, since it causes gluten sensitivty in people with celiac disease. It can cause all sorts of problems, from stomach ailments to skin rashes and much more. If you too are gluten intolerant, you are perhaps looking for guilt-free, gluten-free treats to satiate your taste buds. I understand how challenging it can get to find perfect gluten-free recipes that cater to your family's taste. Anyway, I decided to go for gluten-free cookies for all my friends out there who have been looking for the recipe.
gluten free cookies with chickpea flour: an airfryer recipe

Is Chickpea Flour Gluten Free?

Absolutely, yes!

Packed with a good amount of iron and fiber, gluten free chickpea is a healthy addition to include in your meal plans. However, the high amount of iron may cause gastritis for those with digestion issues. But when combined with the goodness of other fiber-rich ingredients, you can keep a check on the amount of iron that goes inside you with every single bite.

is chickpea gluten free

While making the dough, I decided to experiment with poha/rice flakes/flattened rice. I knew roasted poha tastes simple amazing. If you still doubt it, try out my instant poha ladoo recipe (courtesy: Neelam Avasthi), and you will fall in love with these rice flakes.
sugarfree poha ladoos: an instant recipe

The experiment delivered me gluten-free melt-in-the-mouth cookies that were finished in no time. Ideally hubby dear is not a cookie lover, unlike me, who experiments with various ingredients to come up with guilt-free tea-time treats for myself. I had one first and then asked for more and more, for these were simply melt-in-the-mouth while poha added to those crunchy bites.

Trust you me, I was very tempted to add oats to these healthy cookies, but the thought of making these gluten free stopped me from including my favorite cereal in the simple cookie recipe. My oats recipe collection has grown to a massive size already. So let's rest oats for a gluten-free recipe!

Dad and mom loved these yummy goodies. While dad related them to nankhatais, mom said these taste like patisa or soan papdi. Hubby too agreed.
gluten free airfryer cookies with chickpea flour

The cookie recipe is quite simple - you need:
a cup of besan
a cup of almond powder or almond meal (which ever is handy)
half cup of poha
2 tbsp or more of raw cane sugar

1 cup measures 175 ml
Makes 25 cookies

1 cup- besan/chickpea flour
1/2 cup- poha (flattened rice/rice flakes)
1 cup- almond flour or almond meal (both are different - I have included powdered almonds here with skin on)
2 tbsp- raw cane sugar or dry jaggery powder - else it might ooze during the baking process (add more if you have a sweet tooth - I take it less sweet)
2 tbsp-  ghee (clarified butter - you may reduce the amount of ghee by 1 tbsp and add an extra tbsp of oil )- refrigerate ghee for half an hour before using
2 tbsp- olive oil/seed oil
1 tbsp- milk
simple cookie recipe delivers gluten free cookies

raw cane sugar-  available in MORE stores

How to make gluten-free cookies with chickpea flour: An Airfryer Recipe

Whisk ghee, oil, and raw cane sugar until light and fluffy.
Add milk and whisk again. The color of the mix should look pale. It won't be as fluffy though. But the idea is still to whisk very well.
Take a strainer and sift through besan/chickpea flour.
Add this to the oil mix.
Mix with hands. It will be very very loose.
Now add almond powder and mix again.
Next throw in poha.
If the dough still looks too loose, you may increase the amount of poha.
Mix everything with hands or spoon and leave it aside (covered) for 30 mins or longer.
Do not refrigerate. I kept it overnight (so the next day the dough looked dry but I was able to work with it after tiny struggles). You need not keep it overnight - half an hour will do the trick.
Preheat the oven/mw convection to 160 degrees for 10 mts. I have made these in airfryer. These days I do not use my microwave at all, since my airfryer comes in handy every time and does the trick for me.Preheat the airfryer for 5 mts.
Roll out the dough into a thick sheet (1/4 inch).
Use cookie cutters or a bangle to make shapes.
Place on the baking tray/airfryer tray and bake or airfry for 10 -12 mts at 160 degrees.
Remove the tray from the oven/airfryer, else the gluten-free airfryer cookies will continue to cook under the heat impact from the oven.
Let the cookies cool down completely before removing them from the tray.Else they might crumble while removing
Remove on a cooling rack and your guilt-free chickpea cookies are good to go into your airtight container.
Of course, these are perfectly ready for tea-time munching.
Please share your feedback on gluten free cookies.

Other Poha Recipes:
instant poha upma (opos)

baked poha cutlets

Amaranth Cutlets: Healthy Snack for Preschoolers

You have heard about amaranth flour roti and paranthas that are typically made during fasts and Navratras.I remember having grown up relishing amaranth or ramdana ladoos during fasting days.  I hae tried out amaranth paranthas and ladoos. My cough ladoos with amaranth tasted yummy.
Today, I bring to you amaranth cutlets that are yummy, healthy, and loaded with nutrients. This healthy snack for preschoolers is a must try for one and all.

amaranth cutlets

Ingredients for healthy cutlets with amaranth Recipe

1 cup= 175 ml
1 cup- amaranth flour (rajgira)
2 tbsp- oats powder or little more for binding the dough
1/2 cup- boiled potatoes
hung curd-2 tbsp or 1 tbsp more while binding
1/2 tsp-oil
1 tsp- jeera (cumin seeds)
1/2 tsp- ajwain (carom seeds)
Turmeric powder, salt,pinch  of sugar (optional)

Other Amaranth Recipes

amaranth cookies 

amaranth digestives

amaranth roti/parantha for navratra fast

How to make amaranth cutlets with rajgira

Here comes our easy-peasy healthy snack for preschoolers.

  1. Take all dry ingredients in a bowl. 
  2. Add oil and rub into the flour.
  3. Add boiled potatoes and mix with hands.
  4. Next add hung curd and give the shape of patties.
  5. Airfry the amaranth cutlets for 15 mts at 170 degrees.
  6. Check if done and enjoy amaranth cutlets with a chutney of your choice.
  7. I served the cutlets with flax chutney.
  8. When making cutlets for fast or navratra, omit oats and increase the amount of amaranth or add sabudana atta instead.
  9. While I felt these tasted like samosa, hubby and mom loved these too.
  10. Another experiment that ended up successfully. 

No Bake Carrot Brownies (Sugarfree, Gluten Free, Vegan)

Looking for a no bake vegan brownie recipe, which is also dairy free? Is there someone with lactose intolerance at home? Or has someone turned vegan in your relatives? Or are you allergic to chemicals and preservatives that cause histamine sensitivity? Well, this carrot brownie is just for you.

Instant, vegan, gluten free, and quick to process, the carrot dairy free brownie is what you are looking for. What's more, you do not need to worry about sampling any artificial flavorings here. The recipe uses no baking powder or soda. Enjoy the carrot vegan brownies and indulge in fruity goodness.
no bake carrot vegan brownies

This is an atypical brownie with all the healthy ingredients that make it fudgy, nutty,healthylicious, and chocolaty. Frankly, I have never had brownies all my life and I do not know what to name this sugar-free beauty. But having seen so much craze for brownies in Gen Y and Gen Z, I wanted to give it a try. So I had to come up with something that is healthy and satiates our taste buds. Did the recipe disappoint? Not me, not hubby, not even mom! What more do I want?
no bake brownies

Ingredients 1 carrot 4-5 dates 1/4 cup- papaya 2-3 grapes (optional) 1/2 cup- almond powder 1/2 cup- desiccated coconut powder) roasted nuts of your choice (I have added roasted almonds, pistachios, sunflower seeds)
1 tbsp- cocoa powder (or more for an intense chocolaty flavor) - optional/you may skip it if you do not like chocolaty flavor
You may even include 1/4 cup oats powder if you want to add the fiber content here.
glutenfree brownies

How to make no bake carrot brownies Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free

Blend all ingredients in a processor until the mixture comes together. I added cocoa powder later, but you can add everything in one go. You can add chopped nuts after for crunch. You will love the crunch for sure. Refrigerate for 1 hour and cut into pieces. The longer you refrigerate, the harder it will get and set better. Enjoy the gluten free vegan brownies guilt free. The no bake carrot brownies are fudgy and gooey, with the goodness of fruits and nuts. These brownies are dairy free and perfect for those suffering from lactose intolerance. This glutenfree recipe is a must try for those with celiac disease.

Eggless Ragi Nankhatais: Finger Millet Cookies

Do you love mud? If so, you are almost going to fall for ragi - finger millet! I crave for mud. In fact, all of my siblings love the aroma and taste of mud. But I do not advise you to do so. Rather, buy a packet of ragi flour and indulge in this iron-rich goodness. Perhaps, it is your iron deficiency that tempts you to taste mud. Thankfully, my iron levels are perfect. Coming back to ragi nankhatais, I have been baking wholesome cookie batches ever since I started experimenting with simple cookie recipes at home.
ragi nankhatais
This ragi nankhatai recipe is another trial that went successfully for this cookie lover.

Ragi nankhatais/ bombs for one and all!

Why choose ragi nankhatais? Well, these have:

  • Low saturated fat  - some of my friends often wonder why I add oil instead of ghee or butter- well, the reasoning is quite simple- ghee/butter is loaded with saturated and trans fat, which does not dissolve in your body and rather accumulates as fat deposits, raising the risk of obesity, overweight, heart disease, and diabetes. Instead, if you choose seed oil such as rice bran or sunflower oil or even olive oil, you are picking healthier unsaturated fat - (unsaturated/polyunsaturated/monounsaturated fats are healthier for your body than saturated fats) 
  • No white sugar, - I have imposed a ban on white sugar at home, and substitute the same with healthier alternatives, such as raw cane sugar, honey, dates, raisins, stevia, jaggery - all of which are rich in minerals and have fewer calories than refined/white sugar
  • No bp/no bs- I prefer to use no or less amount of baking powder or baking soda for my bakes - which are chemical agents and can trigger allergies in extra sensitive individuals or those fighting histamine intolerance
  • No maida - It is laden with empty calories and does no good to your body! I NEVER buy maida!
  • Iron - Helps improve your hemoglobin levels
  • Fiber from oats - Fiber is critical to your digestive health - you cannot have a healthy gut or digestive system if you do not eat fiber. Here's a complete guide on fiber.

After my ragi digestives got viral, now it's time for ragi nankhatais. This is a must-try recipe for all finger millet/nachini lovers. 
no baking powder cookies ragi nankhatais 

Why Combine Ragi With Oats

ragi benefits

benefits of ragi finger millet

1 cup measures 175 ml

1 heaped tablespoon- homemade ghee/butter
3 tbsp- oil (I have used olive oil)
1 cup- Ragi flour
1/2 cup- oats powder
2 tbsp- raw cane sugar or dry jaggery powder
1 tbsp- honey/maple syrup
1 tbsp- milk

How to make Ragi Nankhatais/Bombs

Whisk oil, ghee, and cane sugar.
Next add milk and honey and whisk again. The mix will get gooey and jelly-like.
Now take a tea/juice strainer or sifter.
Sieve both flours and add to the wet mix.
Mix everything with a spoon or hands.
Allow the contents to sit on the counter for 20-30 mts.
Preheat oven to 160 degrees for 10mts. I have chosen to make this an airfryer recipe.
I preheated the airfryer to 160 degrees for 4 mts.
Meanwhile, take small, lime-sized balls and press each gently.
Place each ball on the baking tray and bake/airfry for 12-15 mts or until done.
Allow the ragi beauties to cool down before enjoying a burst of natural flavors in your mouth.
I love ragi for its richness in iron - I relate it to mud and it gives me a similar feel as of mud. If you, too, are tempted to taste mud, go ahead and taste ragi digestives. You'll love the muddy look.
Do not forget to check my collection of healthy cookies without baking powder. This recipe is another addition to my no baking powder cookie recipe series.
These ragi nankhatais will be little on the drier side, so for a richer version, you may add 1 tbsp extra of ghee and reduce 1 tbsp of oil. Or exchange the amount of oats powder with ragi and vice versa. :)

Nutrichoice-Like Digestives: Almond Milk Cookies With Oats

Nutrichoice-like badam milk digestives :) Low saturated fat, no white sugar, no maida How many nutrichoice digestives fans here? I got a request from a friend to come up with an alternative to nutrichoice badam milk cookies. I requested her to share the ingredient list, since I no longer buy market junk and then planned my own choice of ingredients to come up with something similar. To my surprise, everyone in the family simply fell in love with these milk badam digestives. I hope I have done justice to the recipe.
oat digestives nutrichoice like milk badam cookies

How many likes for nutrichoice digestives? What if I say I have come closer to imitating the milk badam digestives from Britannia's nutrichoice? No, I have not tasted the packed biscuits, but I feel I have come closer to the recipe to recreate my own milk badam digestives. This is a nutritious cookie with fiber rich oats and bran.
nutrichoice digestives

If you have tried my other digestives recipes and liked them, then you already know that this will be a hit in your home, because we have followed the same process and made a few inclusions here and there to give these a nutrichoice-like feel.
milk badam biscuits nutrichoice like


1 cup= 250 ml
2 tbsp- milk powder (I use Patanjali's skimmed milk powder)
2 tbsp- whole wheat bran (I love to include bran in my digestives recipes)
1 cup- oat flour (you may take 2/3 cup oat powder and 1 cup whole wheat flour - or stick to my version- I am always liberal when it comes to adding oats)
2/3 cup- whole wheat flour (you may use multigrain flour)
2 tbsp- raw cane sugar /dry /sieved jaggery powder
2 tbsp- honey or agave syrup or maple syrup or more for a sweeter version
2 tbsp- milk/thick curd (you may add 1 tsp more)
2 tbsp- desi ghee/butter (I use homemade ghee) -refrigerate ghee/butter for half an hour before using
3 tbsp +1 tbsp- olive oil/ seed oil/saffola (I do not use soybean/canola/pomace olive oil) - keep aside 1 tbsp oil, add only if the atta doesn't look like wet crumbs (we do not want it to look dry)
1 tsp- baking soda (I added 1/2 tsp but if you want it crunchier, go for more)
4 tbsp- almond powder/almond meal (choice is yours - both almond powder and meal are different)- I have used plain powdered almonds

digestives milk badam nutrichoice like

How to make Nutri choice-like digestives (Milk badam cookies)

  • As you can see in all of my digestives recipes, we begin with collecting the dry ingredients in a bowl. Make sure you sieve the dry ingredients well, so that baking soda is evenly distributed. When I say dry ingredients, this includes whole wheat flour or atta, oats powder,  milk powder, bran, badam powder, raw cane sugar powder and baking soda. Since almond powder and bran are coarse, they may not pass through the sieve completely. Worry not! Sift everything together and then mix all the coarse contents that remain in the sifter.

  • Next comes the mixing stage - yes, we will be mixing the liquid ingredients. Here, you should take a small bowl and mix milk and honey. Whisk both and keep aside.

  • Add cold ghee and oil to the flour. Rub the ghee into the flour unless you get a wet/sticky bread crumb-like texture. If your flour doesn't give you a wetty look, you may add another teaspoon of oil/ghee. I didn't feel the need to add more :) But some types of flours absorb more, so you may add an extra teaspoon or tablespoon, whatever fits your needs.

  • Next add the milk-honey mix to the bread crumb-like flour. Gather the ingredients into a ball. DO NOT KNEAD. NEVER KNEAD ANY OF MY COOKIE DOUGH. YOU WILL NOT GET THE BEST RESULTS.

Does the flour come together as a ball or log? IF so, your nutrichoice digestive dough is ready. Roll the dough like a thick (1/4 inch) chapati - not too thick nor too thin.

  • Take a cap/bangle or cookie cutter to cut shapes.
  • Prick each cookie with a fork if you want to. I did this for half the batch.
  • Place the cookies on a baking tray and refrigerate for 20-30 mts. This will prevent them from expanding in the oven. You may go ahead and bake them right away too. Your choice.

I refrigerated half the dough.

  • Preheat the oven/mw convection to 160 degrees for 10 minutes. I have airfried the digestives.

Preheat the airfryer to 160 degrees for 5 mts.

  • Bake/airfry the badam milk digestives for 12-15 mts at 160 degrees.

Check if the edges have browned by then. If not, you may bake them for a couple of minutes extra. The cookies may still look soft when you take them out of the oven, worry not. These will get crunchier as they cool.
Allow the digestives to cool down before storing in an airtight container. Do give this airfryer cookie recipe a try.

Disclaimer: I do not buy biscuits so try to come up with my own cookie recipes, for this is a healthier alternative to market stuff.

Instant Strawberry Fruit Jam: No White Sugar

If you are here, it means you love jams and condiments.  Perhaps it is strawberry jam that has drawn you here. Rightly so, the instant strawberry mixed fruit jam is without white sugar. Just 15 minutes is all you need to turn strawberries into a gooey jam. If you love these berries, you are almost certain to fall in love with this yumminess  . I am in love with jams since childhood. These days since I do not buy market junk, I make jams to try my hands at this unique culinary product that has always appealed to me. 
OPOS instant fruit jam recipe sugarfree

This instant jam recipe with strawberry is credited to OPOS- one pot one shot - since I have followed Rama Krishnan's basic method of using a cooker and layering the OPOS way. For all OPOS recipes, you need to get started with a 2 or 3-liter pressure cooker. Please do not scale up unless you are well-versed with the OPOS basics.

A Little About Strawberry Benefits

Strawberries are a refreshingly healthy treat for the summer season - and this is the first time I have bought a packet of these beautiful berries. Bursting with antioxidants, strawberries are loaded with flavonoids or anthocyanins, which have the potential to lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases and heart attack by almost 32 percent. 

Strawberry benefits for women are manifold.

Berries are also rich in flavonoid quercetin, which has anti-inflammatory properties and helps lower the risk of atherosclerosis. This flavonoid helps prevent you from the damage caused by bad or low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol.

As they are a rich source of potassium, strawberry benefits those with high blood pressure. Did you know that a low potassium intake poses a high risk of blood pressure as much as a high sodium consumption?

All berries are loaded with water, so moderate consumption can help you keep hydrated and refreshed in the hot season.

Not only this, the fiber in strawberries benefit those with constipation issues.

A good source of folic acid, strawberries are a perfect treat for pregnant women, helping protect the fetus from neural tube defects.

Additionally, high fiber and antioxidant content means that strawberries are a good choice for diabetics, as these have a low glycemic index and do not cause blood sugar spike. However, I will do more research into it. Of course, this strawberry sugarfree jam recipe is not for diabetics.
I have always loved strawberry flavor in ice creams and plan to use this instant strawberry fruit jam for different experiments, viz. kulfi, cookies, and cakes (may be).
Let's get back to the instant fruit jam recipe.
instant jam recipe

Sugarfree Strawberry Jam Ingredients

1 pack of strawberries, 1/2 apple, 1 orange (almost 265 grams) - you may add fruits of your choice but try not to miss apple, since it has pectin, which is a natural preservative
juice of one 1 lemon
80 -100 gms raw cane sugar (you may take more or less depending on your strawberry tartness and your sweet tooth - I love it a little sweet 'n sour so added 80 gms

How to make instant strawberry jam OPOS

Wash and chop all the fruits.
Take your 3-liter PC. 

Spread a layer of chopped berries first.
On top of the berries, spread peeled and chopped apples.
Top apple with orange pieces.

Spread a layer of raw cane sugar/jaggery powder.
Sprinkle lime juice on top.
Cover and cook on a medium flame for 15 minutes
There may be a little spewing but worry not. If you want to scale up, take a big pressure cooker.

Open the cooker and blend or mash the softened fruits.
You will love the fibrous fruit in jam.

Allow it to cool down before storing in a sterilized glass jar. Make sure the jar is completely dry before pouring in the colorful beauty.
The jam will continue to thicken as it cools down.

Enjoy strawberry fruit jam as a spread on bread or with roti.

Instant Quick Tutti Fruiti: No Artificial Colors, No Sugar

All that glitters is not gold. But these crimson sparkles are a gold equivalent, for these use no artificial color to wear this colorful spectacle. Yes, I am talking about these colorful tutty fruity bits - from candied papaya, beet, and carrot. This kid-friendly recipe deserves attention, for it uses no artificial colors or white sugar. My one-and-a-half-year-old niece (Paro) loves these candied papaya bits like anything. To Paro, this is cherry. She will often come to me and ask for "cherry." The beautiful sparkling tutti fruity works best for desserts, but when you want to choose healthy ingredients for baking cookies or cakes, these should be your first choice. I have not yet used these for any bakes thus far, but shall try out tutti fruity cookies soon.

I have followed one pot one shot technique to create this tutti fruity magic. So I call it OPOS tutti fruiti.
instant tutti fruiti sugarfree
tutty fruity in jaggery syrup

instant recipe for beginners tutti fruiti no color

Ingredients for No Color Quick Tutty Fruity

1 cup- rinsed, chopped raw/unripe papaya into tiny bits
3/4 cup- jaggery powder/raw cane sugar
1/2 cup- a mix of chopped beetroot and carrot
4 tbsp- water

*just to give you an idea about the ingredients in grams
 300 gm - a mix of fruits -papaya, carrot, beet
200 gm jaggery powder
200 ml water
If you go with these measures, make sure you allow the tutty fruity to sit in the sweetened water for 6-7 hours and then dry them in the sun or use your dehydrater/airfryer/microwave.

How to make tutty fruity at home: An Instant Recipe for Beginners

Put the chopped fruits in a 2 or 3-liter pressure cooker.
Add jaggery powder or raw cane sugar on top, ensuring it doesn't touch the bottom.
Add  water along the sides.
Close the cooker lid and heat on high for 15 whistles.
Let the candied fruit sit in the cooker for 2 hours.
Strain them and put them on a kitchen towel or tissue paper.
Let them sun dry for a day or two. Your instant tutty fruity is done. It's shining beautifully here in Delhi, so my tutty fruity got dried in 2 days.
No color, no added sugar - Use these sparkling beauties in cookies to make tutty fruity cookies or fruit cakes.
Try out this kid-friendly recipe and pour your love onto your little ones.
I have used these in my tutti fruity cookie recipe - baking barley digestives with these tiny bits. I loved these, though these lose slight color upon baking. But I feel these tutti fruity bits still make a healthier, better option to the market junk, which are loaded with sugar and use artificial color. Trust you me, artificial colors are touted to cause cancer.

*OPOS is the registered trademark of chef Rama Krishnan, who runs OPOS Support School on Facebook. OPOS recipes are the simplified version of typical age-old recipes, wherein you use minimum utensils to create culinary magic in your kitchen lab.

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