Popular Posts

North Indian Punjabi Recipes

North Indian Punjabi Recipes
If Punjabi recipes tempt your taste buds, then this page is a must-visit. Take a peep into Anita Chahal aunty's kitchen and see what authentic Punjabi food is all about. You will also find fusion recipes from Anita aunty's Punjabi kitchen. Not to mention, she has started to share OPOS recipes as well.

Authentic South Indian Recipes

Authentic South Indian Recipes
If you love south Indian food, do not leave without checking this page. Dedicated to Chitra Balachander, a south Indian homemaker, the page is all about taking a journey into her south Indian kitchen. Travel with me to her kitchen to savor traditional south Indian food.

Badaam Oats Atta Cookies Recipe


almond oats cookies
Welcome to another homemade whole wheat cookie recipe post.

Here you will find a plethora of homemade healthy cookies that you cannot find elsewhere.

This website is your recourse to getting homemade whole grain cookie recipes that are not only healthy, but also crunchy bites that you can munch on at tea time or simply dunk in your big glass of milk.

You will forget packet biscuits available outside.

Here I have come up with whole wheat cookies, with a blend of oatmeal and almonds.





I love almonds and make it a point to include these nutritious nuts in most of my recipes.
Here are a few almond benefits:


almond benefits




Badaam Oats Atta Cookies Recipe: 
1 cup regular wheat flour, 1/2 cup oats (you may crush or grind them - I didn't)
1 cup almond powder
1/4 cup ghee/ butter, 1/4 cup olive oil (Mix both very well - you may use a blender)
1 tsp Baking powder
sugar (depends on taste)
a pinch salt 
1 tsp dry roasted fennel seeds (you may add green cardamom), 4 tsp of milk (more or less depending on how dry the dough is - I added less oil+ghee and included more of milk)






Method : 
Mix flour and baking powder. Add oats and mix well together. Next add almond powder, salt, fennel seeds. Mix well. In a separate bowl, take ghee & olive oil and add sugar. Use a blender to blend oil, ghee, and sugar until fluffy. Add to the flour. No need to knead like normal dough. Just gather the mixture. If it feels dry, add milk little by little. Make a log. DONT KNEAD. Refrigerate it for 20-30 mins (I didn't) 

Take out the dough log and cut it into even shapes. 
Preheat the oven at 180 degrees for 10 mins and bake the cookies for about 15 mins at the same temperature. 
When ready, do not forget to cool the cookies on a stand. Store them in an air-tight container once they have completely cooled.

Do not forget to check out crunchy munchy cornflakes cookies recipe and oats-cornflakes cookies recipe.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Amazon Cloud

About Me

My photo
Offers Knowledge Management, Media, Information Dissemination, IT, Web Content, Editing, News Processing, Online Knowledge Dissemination, Online Reputation Management, Social Media Optimization services.