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Multigrain Hide and Seek-Like Biscuits Sugarless: Simple Cookie Recipe


Yes, it's dark, it's crunchy, and it's healthier than the store-bought one!
My parents were returning home, so packed this batch of healthy cookies or hide and seek biscuits for my 2-year-old Paro and another batch of quinoa digestives for everyone else. I must say both goodies were loved by one and all.
hide and seek biscuits sugarless

Did you try out the quinoa digestives batch? If you haven't done so, do give it a try. It will become your favorite digestives recipe.
Regarding this batch of multigrain hide and seek, your kidoo will love these. I hope you remember my multigrain bourbon too, which were loved by everyone alike.
I am sure this batch of healthy atta cookies will become a favorite with kids. If you do not want it too chocolatty, reduce the amount of cocoa and jaggery.
chocolate biscuits

Paro too loves both while my bhabhi thinks quinoa tastes coconutty!

If your kids love hide and seek biscuits, then this multigrain cookie recipe is for you. Your tiny tots would love the crunchy choclatty bites as much as you. The homemade hide and seek like biscuits are healthy, crunchy, and yummy. Since these healthy atta cookies are refined sugar free, you will not hesitate to let your kidoo indulge in the goodness of these healthy biscuits. It is a simple cookie recipe for one and all that can be made in an oven, OTG, convection, airfryer, or stovetop. So what's stopping you from trying out these super easy hide and seek biscuits or jaggery cookies at home?
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Ingredients for sugarless cookies: Kid-Friendly Recipe




1/2 cup- whole wheat flour
2 tbsp- ragi/finger millet flour
2 tbsp- almond meal
2 tbsp- cocoa powder
2 tbsp- milk powder
1/2 cup- dry jaggery powder (I usually add 1/4 cup for this amount of flour, but since I added 2 tbsp of cocoa powder, the cookies need more sweetness to hide the bitterness of cocoa)
1/2 tsp- b.soda
1/4 tsp cardamom powder
2-3 tbsp milk for binding the dough
1/4 cup ghee (clarified butter)- the audio says 1/2 cup but it was a mistake, it should be 1/4 cup
2 tbsp- sesame seeds

How to make multigrain hide and seek biscuits at home

Sift through all the dry ingredients twice or thrice, except almond meal and sesame seeds.
Remove the grits left on the strainer.
Add melted ghee to the dry mix.
Start mixing or rubbing with hands.
DO NOT KNEAD.
Now add 1tbsp of milk at a time.
Throw in sesame seeds and almond meal.
Bind the ingredients into a healthy cookie dough.
Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Preheat oven, otg, airfryer, or convection to 170 degrees for 10 minutes.
Roll out the dough into a thick chapati. Use a cookie cutter to cut shapes and a knife to make diagonal cuts to create the hide and seek lookalike cookies.
Bake or airfry for 18-20 mts at 170 degrees.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool down properly before indulging in these healthy biscuits.

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