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Atta Oats Crackers - No Baking Powder Recipe

oats almond crackers
It's baking time again. Yes, of course, it's cookie time. I was feeling bored of my regular cookie recipes, so wanted to give it a break. I thought to go for Patanjali'd atta cookies just to break my cookie baking spree. But then I changed my mind, thinking outside food is not healthy.

So I nipped my idea in the bud and decided to bake another batch of healthy cookies. I can say this is one of the healthiest ever baked by me because it uses small amount of ghee (clarified butter) and not a pinch of baking powder or any leveaning agents.

I am so happy with the result that I wanted to share with you all. The last time I didn't add baking powder to my cookies was when I was a newbie in the baking arena. That almond meal cookie batch was the tastiest ever but was hard on the teeth, since I used neither ghee, nor baking powder. S the cookies turned out hard, but they tasted awesome. Thanks to my teeth that bore the brunt then..

But this time, I have included 2 tbsp of ghee to soften the cookies. Voila! The result is unexpectedly delicious.

Without much ado, here's the recipe

Eggless Atta Cookie Ingredients
almond oats crackers

1/2 cup atta
1/2 cup-oats powder
1/2 cup- almond meal (here is the recipe to make almond meal at home)
2 tbsp- ghee (clarified butter)
3 tbsp- sugar powder (more or less depending on your taste)
2 tsp- curd
2tsp- milk (more or less depending on the dough...if looks dry, add 1 tsp more)
cardamom (elaichi), saunf (fennel seeds)

Procedure

  1. Mix atta with oats powder and almond meal.
  2. Add sugar powder and fennel or elaichi.
  3. Rub everything with hands.
  4. Now add ghee, curd. Mix well.
  5. Rub again with hands until it resembles bread crumbs like texture or little more sticky.
  6. Add milk - 1 tsp at a time.
  7. Gather all ingredients with hands.
  8. Make logs or flatten like a chapati and cut into desired shapes. Make sure these are thin pieces.
  9. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
  10. Preheat the oven t 180 degrees for 10 mts.
  11. Bake the atta oats cookies without baking powder at 180 degrees for 15 mts or little longer.
  12. Enjoy the oats almond crackers with tea.


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