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Eggless Oatmeal Cookies With Whole Wheat Flour, Cornflakes


cornflakes cookies
I love baking because I love cookies. Call me a cookie lover or addict, I am on a cookie experimentation spree.

My experimentation with different healthy ingredients continues. This time I bring to you one of my best healthy cookie recipes. Try it and you will know what makes these healthy biscuits so special.

I have tried a similar oatmeal cornflakes cookie recipe earlier, but the end product and procedure was a little different from this one. If you want to check the cornflakes recipe, here it is. Those were crunchy bites.

Cornflakes Cookies with whole grains


eggless cookies
 Whether you are looking for homemade whole wheat cookie recipe or a flavorful trip down the memory lane, you will love this simple recipe. Easy to process, this eggless whole wheat cookie recipe is a keeper for healthy cookie lovers.
homemade oatmeal cookies

homemade whole wheat cookies





Homemade Eggless Oatmeal Cookies With Cornflakes

1/2 cup-oats
1/2 cup- almond flour
1/2 cup- wheat flour (atta)
1/2 cup-besan (gram flour)
1/2 cup- cornflakes powder (I powdered cornflakes in grinder)
1 tsp- baking powder
3 tbsp- sugar (as per your taste)
1/4 cup- ghee/butter
3 tbsp- oil (you may add 2 tbsp ghee instead if you want)
2 tbsp- milk
pinch of salt
fennel seeds, cardamom powder, or any spice for aroma

Eggless Whole Grain Cookie Procedure

  1. Dry roast oats for 1-2 minutes and grind to powder. Let them cool.
  2. If you do not have almond flour, take almonds and grind them.
  3. Grind cornflakes.
  4. Gather wheat flour, oats powder, cornflakes powder, besan, almond powder, salt, sugar, and baking powder. 
  5. Take ghee/butter, oil, eliachi, fennel seeds and grind them along with the dry ingredients.
  6. Take out the mixture and add milk.
  7. Roll the dough into a ball or 2-3 logs.
  8. Fold in a cling film or aluminum foil and refrigerate for an hour.
  9. After one hour, preheat the oven (microwave convection) at 180 degrees for 10 mins.
  10. Take out the dough and cut into desired shapes and sizes - the thinner the better.
  11. Bake at 180 degrees for 15 mins.
  12. Enjoy crispy, crunchy bites with a hot cup of tea. If you substitute cornflakes with choco chips, these cookies will delight kids. 
  13. Cool these homemade whole wheat cookies on a cooling stand and store in an airtight container.
If you wanna learn more about different whole grain cookie recipes, click here.

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