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Eggless Oats Cornflakes Cookies

eggless cookies
The bug of baking cookies seems to have bitten me badly. I have been trying to experiment with different ingredient combinations to make cookies little healthier. Of course, there is no comparison to home food, and baked goodies are no exception.

After having tried, eggless oats-wheat cookies and cornflakes-wheat cookies, this time I combined all three. The result I got was good - but I would still love to make cornflakes wheat cookies again, which have that extra crunchiness. The addition of oats does make the cookies on the softer side.

Nevertheless, these are a healthier option for those looking to add home-made cookies to their list of healthy baking!

Let's check the recipe below.




oats cookies
Ingredients
Oats- 1 cup (if you want more crunchiness, you may reduce the amount of oats)
Cornflakes- 1 cup
Wheat flour- 1 cup
Sugar- 2 1/2 tbsp (add as per taste & preference)
Cardamom powder - 1/2 tsp
Cinnamon powder- 1/2 tsp
Yogurt/curd - 3 tbsp
Milk- 1 tbsp
Butter/ghee- 1/4 cup
Baking soda 1/2 tsp +1 tsp lemon juice (you may skip and add 1 tsp baking powder instead)








cornflakes cookies

  1. Crush corn flakes. I crushed with hands. This ensures cookies remain crispy.
  2. Mix wheat flour, oats, and cornflakes.
  3. In a separate bowl, add ghee, sugar, green cardamom, cinnamon powder, and yogurt. Use a whisker to whisk so that the mixture gets light & fluffy. Again, I did it with hands only.
  4. Mix baking soda and lemon juice in a separate vessel (spoon). Immediately add it to the ghee-sugar mixture.
  5. Mix the ghee-sugar mixture with wheat-cornflakes-oats.
  6. Since we are adding little ghee, the dough would be little on the dried side.
  7. Add milk. If you need to add more milk, you may add 1 tbsp more to make a soft dough. Do not knead, else cookies will turn out hard.
  8. Make a log or gather the dough and place it in a butter paper or aluminum foil.
  9. Refrigerate for 1 hour. (I kept it in fridge overnight and made cookies the next day).
  10. Preheat the oven at 180 degrees for 10 mins.
  11. Take out the log and cut into desired shapes. 
  12. Bake for 20 mins at 180 degrees.
  13. Enjoy eggless oats-cornflakes cookies, bursting with cinnamon & cardamom flavors and loaded with the goodness of oats and cornflakes.
Tried this recipe differently and got a better result. Click here to check that oats cornflakes cookie recipe.


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