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Healthy Cookies: No BP/No BS


Whole Grain Cookie Recipe Series for Beginners (no bp/no bs)

I get too many requests from different corners about taking cookie classes. My dear friends, I am not a professional baker, nor am I a home baker, as my professional commitments keep me busy. I am a professional in a different niche. I only bake for family, since I have imposed a ban on outside stuff or market junk, as I term it often. So my cookie experiments are merely steered toward feeding my own soul as my tea time is incomplete without a piece of biscuit. I try to ensure that I come up with healthy cookie baking ideas that can benefit all of us, since the market junk is JUNK after all - loaded with saturated fat, refined flour, and refined sugar. I do not buy white sugar, ghee, butter, or all-purpose flour. So I have decided to start this series with my no raising agent cookie recipes for beginners. I feel these are the best recipes to start with when you are beginning your cookie baking journey. There are a couple of videos too, so you can get an idea as to how to go about following my no baking powder recipes. Are you ready? Let's bake healthy stuff together!

If health is on top of your mind, you may want to join us at Healthy Recipes by Homemakers - a Facebook group for homemakers to share, learn healthy ideas. Our focus is on healthy living, so if health interests you, we are looking for like-minded contributors.

My cookie collection (without raising agents - no baking powder/no baking soda/no egg)
Quinoa nankhatais
Coconut cookies
Weight loss cookies
sunflower seed cookies
Sattu cookies
Lactation cookies
Pista badam cookies
Moong dal cookies
Kaju cookies
Red lentil cookies
Ragi choco cookies
Amaranth digestives
Ragi nankhatais

quinoa nankhatais baking powder free

red lentil cookies


sesame seed cookies eggless with oatmeal

gluten free chickpea cookies 







1. Lentil cookies (no baking soda, no baking powder
eggless lentil cookies
ragi nankhatais


2. Butterless whole wheat cookies with oatmeal (no raising agent)
eggless, butterless simple cookie recipe
eggless ragi digestives no baking powder
 3. Lactation cookies (no baking soda/no baking powder)
lactation cookies for nursing moms
atta nankhatai no baking soda no baking powder



besan nankhatai -
sattu cookies for kids no baking powder
sunflower seeds cookies with oatmeal

horlicks cookies with whole wheat
pista cookies with oatmeal, barley
weight loss cookies with olive oil


 4. 3-ingredient butterless, sugarless cookies with oatmeal
3-ingredient cookies


http://www.mercuryimp.com/2015/07/eggless-wheat-coconut-cookies.html
7. Whole wheat crackers without baking powder, baking soda
Cashew atta cookies no baking powder no baking soda

http://www.mercuryimp.com/2017/07/no-baking-powder-cashew-cookies-with.html
10. Butterscotch cookies with whole wheat


amaranth digestives no baking powder

Moong dal cookies-eggless, no baking powder








Easy Atta Cookies Recipe: No Baking Powder, No Baking Soda

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