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2 INDIAN Healthy Cookies Recipes Without Egg [Easy and Simple Jaggery Biscuits in Airfryer]

Are you crazy for eggless healthy cookies without sugar, baking powder or soda? Here, you will find 2 low-calorie cookies recipes with jaggery and extra virgin olive oil. If you love healthy Indian cookies in airfryer, then try out this batch of crispy biscuits with jowar or sorghum flour and quinoa. 



A hot cup of tea and a cookie are a match made in haven and if you, too, are obsessed with healthy cookies, then you ought to try out these olive oil cookies that are crispy to the core, with perfect amount of sweetness and packed with nutrition.

I have banned sugar in my kitchen

We do not buy sugar at all. You ought not to be a cookie lover to love this healthy cookie recipe, which is eggless and without oven. Since the quinoa cookie recipe is without sugar, it does not make the cookie a diabetes-friendly snack. The jowar cookies are sweetened with jaggery, which is mineral-dense but high in calories. In fact, it has almost the same number of calories as refined sugar. But white sugar is only EMPTY calories that tend to spike your blood sugar levels without giving you any benefits. Jaggery, on the other hand, is packed with nutrients and therefore, a healthier sweetener alternative to sugar.



Additionally, the dairy-free biscuit recipe without oven is baked in airfryer, which makes it a healthy Indian airfryer recipe with less amount of saturated fat and no chemical preservatives, including baking powder or soda.

The use of raising agents once or twice may not cause any harm but prolonged use poses a health risk.


Ingredients

1 cup= 240ml
1/2 cup= jowar atta (sorghum flour)
1/4 cup- extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup- quinoa flour (I have used 2 tbsp less)
1/2 cup- jaggery powder
salt
8-10 cashews
2 tbsp- plant milk
beetroot  (optional)


How to make Healthy cookies at home with jaggery

Powder cashews and set aside.

Add beetroot to milk and set aside.

Whip together oil and sifted jaggery powder.

Add 1 tbsp of beet milk and whip.

Add 1 tbsp more of milk and whisk again until it looks creamy and gooey.

Add cashew powder and mix.

Divide into two.

Add 1/2 cup of jowar flour in one. Do not forget to add the flour in batches. Use a sifter too.

Add 1 tsp flax meal and make a log of dough. Refrigerate. I kept it outside or bake immediately.

For the remaining half of jaggery-oil mix, add quinoa flour in little amounts until you get the right consistency.

Preheat the oven, airfryer, convection, otg to 160 degrees for 10 mins. An airfryer can be preheated for only 5 mins.

Roll out into a thick chapati. Cut shapes. Make design and bake quinoa cookies for 12-15 mins at 160 degrees.

Remove from the airfryer when done.

Now it's time to bake sorghum flour cookies recipe.

Cut into shapes and bake for 15-18 mins or until done.

Let cookies cool down properly.


More cookie recipes for beginners in India (airfryer and without oven)



Almond cookies with almond flour, jaggery (indian cookies for beginners)
Millet flour cookies with jaggery (indian cookies recipe for beginners)

Jowar flour cookies with jaggery recipe easy/eggless/ Indian cookies for beginners in airfryer


FAQs

Q. I am a beginner and looking for simple eggless cookie recipes Indian.

I have started a whole series on easy cookie recipes for Indian beginners. If you are interested to bake healthy cookies without oven, you can find these recipes useful.

Q. How are your healthy cookie recipes Indian different from others?

Well, I have come up with an innovative way to bake cookies without baking powder and soda. So that eliminates the need for adding raising agents that are actually chemicals from our food. Since cookies have become a regular in our diets, what better way to relish them than eliminate chemicals, refined flours, refined sugar, fillers, preservatives, and all the unneeded stuff?




Q. You have shared 2 cookies recipes here. I want to learn simple and easy cookie recipes Indian. 

Well, all of my cookie recipes are for beginners in India. However, that does not mean you cannot bake them as a professional. In fact, I am happy to annouce that many of my followers have started their home-baking business based on my easy and simple cookie recipes in India. What more do I want?

Q. Can you give me the best cookie recipes Indian?
I feel all healthy cookie recipes here are best, literally based on their nutritional profile. You may try out any of these homemade Indian cookie recipes  and enjoy your tea time.


Q. I am looking for gluten-free Indian cookie recipes. Do you have more easy and healthy biscuits recipes without butter/ghee/egg?

I am a vegetarian so you can always consider my healthy cookie recipes for being eggless. Then I do not use baking soda or powder for baking normal cookies. I love my healthy biscuits recipes and so do my followers and friends. There is no reason you won't.

Q. Can I bake all of your cookie recipes Indian in airfryer in oven or without oven?

Absolutely. All of these recipes can be made without oven. I have posted a few cookie without oven and in kadahi and cooker. Here's how you can bake in kadahi. I have also shared a tip to get rid of the overly browned bottom of cookies in kadahi or cooker.



Check my channel Ravneet Bhalla in Youtube for live demonstration of cookies without baking powder/soda/sugar/oven/egg/chemicals. 

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