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Ragi Coconut Cookies With Oatmeal

ragi oat coconut cookies
My friends say I am on a roll with oats. Well, these days I prefer to include oatmeal to most of my recipes. After having tried coconut combination with wheat, cornmeal, kuttu, I have included it for ragi oats cookies. These crispy, crunchy, and flavorful ragi oats coconut cookies taste as good as the whole wheat coconut cookies.

Let's get to the ragi cookie recipe immediately:













Ragi Oatsmeal Coconut Cookie Ingredients
1/2 cup-ragi (finger millet)
1/2 cup- wheat flour
1 cup- oats
1 cup-coconut
1 tbsp- ghee/clarified butter
4 tbsp- oil
3-4 tbsp-cold milk
1 tsp- baking powder
2 tbsp- sugar powder (you may add more as per your taste)

Procedure
ragi coconut cookies


  1. Sieve ragi, wheat flour, and baking powder.
  2. Add oatmeal to this.
  3. Next mix sugar, ghee, and oil.
  4. Pour this wet mixture over the dry ingredients.
  5. Rub with hands.
  6. If the dough feels dry, add milk. 
  7. We need to gather the ingredient- do not knead.
  8. It should not be too hard, nor too soft dough.
  9. Preheat oven (microwave convection) at 180 degrees for 10 mts.
  10. Give different shapes - better to take small lemon-sized balls and flatten them with palm.
  11. Keep each cookie at a good distance from the other.
  12. Bake for 20 mts at 180 degrees.
  13. Enjoy this set of crispy oatmeal coconut cookies with a hot cup of tea.
Looking for healthy wheat coconut cookies, check the recipe here. You may want to check oat coconut cookies, click here for the recipe.

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