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Healthy Multigrain cookies Recipe without baking powder soda with jaggery [Instant Homemade Powder]

 The cookie lover in Ravneet Bhalla comes with another healthy multigrain powder cookies with jaggery without baking powder soda recipe to delight you all. A highly nutritious cookie recipe that uses multi mix of ingredients to give you healthylicious biscuits for kids and elders alike. 

Because I love cookies and my tea-time is incomplete without dunking a piece of homemade biscuits, I keep trying out different variations. Here I come with an instant multimix powder for cookies. I think this is one of the best ways to enjoy a multigrain cookie, which just melts in the mouth. I have made these beauties with olive oil but anybody who does not want to keep it VEGAN can add liquid ghee instead. This is one-bowl cookie recipe without baking powder or soda. Sweetened with jaggery Whole wheat, black chickpeas, besan, oats Happy munching friends! Remember, a cookie is a cookie. Guilty indulgence is never recommended :) 

What is in a healthy multigrain cookies recipe?

The biscuits are loaded with a multitude of healthy ingredients, including whole wheat flour, oats, besan, black chickpea. 

How do multigrain flour cookies with jaggery?

Well, these multigrain cookies online recipe by Ravneet Bhalla are melt-in-the-mouth type, just like nankhatais. They are the best jaggery biscuits ever loved by one and all. 

Healthy multigrain cookies ingredients

1 cup- 240 ml

1/4 cup- whole wheat flour

1/4 cup- oats powder

2 tbsp- black chickpeas (or 3 tbsp sattu)

2 tbsp- besan (chickpea flour)

1/4cup+2tbsp- jaggery powder

1/4 cup- extra virgin olive oil (or liquid ghee or oil of choice)

black cardamom or flavor of choice

How to make healthy biscuits with jaggery in airfryer (Indian recipe)

Mix all ingredients, except oil in a mixer grinder.

Add oil and gather into cookie dough.

Preheat oven, airfryer, convection, otg to 160 degrees for 10 minutes. You do not need to preheat airfryer for longer 3-5 minutes is more than enough. 

Cut into cookie shapes. You may even bake these as nankhatais since we are not using any liquid here so they will bake absolutely perfectly inside out. 

Bake for 8-10 minutes or longer, depending on the cookie thickness and your appliance heat capacity.

Let the multigrain cookies with sattu cool down before enjoying these delicious flavorful melt-in-the-mouth cookies. 

I am looking for a multigrain biscuits sugar free recipe. Can I give these cookies to diabetics?

No, these are not diabetes-friendly cookies. Instead of jaggery, use stevia and you will get diabetic-friendly biscuits.

Can I enjoy these multigrain biscuits for weight loss?

Well, one cookie will not do you any harm on a weight loss diet. Its guilty indulgence that harms the whole system. Less is more when it comes to enjoying cookies. But as a cookie lover, I try out a multitude of healthy cookie recipes to give you delish healthy bites to enjoy during your tea time. A multitude of ingredients does give this cookie recipe an edge over storebought stuff. Didn't the tag healthy cookie recipe with jaggery without baking powder and soda makes these healthier and attractive?

Can I make these multigrain biscuits for babies?

You can give these healthy cookies to kids above 1 year of age if you have already started them with all of the ingredients in the recipe. Instead of extra virgin olive oil, Indian moms prefer ghee for kids. So you can always substitute olive oil with ghee in the healthy jaggery biscuits recipe by Ravneet Bhalla.

I am a beginner in cookie making. Can I bake this cookie recipe?

Absolutely, all of my healthy biscuits recipes are for beginners.

Here is my guide on baking for basics: 

While i have been sharing tips to bake healthy cookies without baking powder and soda, I get glowing feedback from many of you for such amazing biscuit recipes. However, a few of you do connect with me with some doubts.

Well, since it is my earnest desire to train you all to bake healthy cookies without chemicals, I have come forward with a few answers to most commonly asked questions. 

First, let us do a quick roundup of the main tips to keep in mind to bake healthy cookies with whole grains, gluten-free flours, millets, lentils, legumes, nut flours, and what not!

What ingredients do you need to make cookies from scratch?

Flour or nut /seed powders or nothing at all

fat or liquid

Can you bake cookies at 375?

Always bake cookies at a lower temperature for longer to get crispy bites. This ensures proper heating inside out.

Can I eat raw cookie dough?

Well, if you are baking flourless nut cookies, you can eat raw cookie dough. You can omit whole wheat and add oats instead to eat this raw cookie dough.

You will find a range of healthy easy cookie recipes in India on the channel and mercuryimp

Nankhatai recipe with multigrains [Barley khatai]

How to make multigrain chocolate cookies without oven [whole wheat chocolate cookies (eggless)

Indian chocolate chip cookies with whole wheat and oats

homemade Indian biscuits recipe [ Indian Bourbon biscuits with jaggery, whole wheat without baking powder or soda

eggless cookies recipe with multigrain

Indian biscuit recipe

This place has all healthy cookies recipes that you are looking for.

 eggless chocolate cookies with wheat flour 

eggless chocolate chip cookies recipe 

eggless chocolate chip cookies 

whole wheat cookies eggless 

eggless atta cookies recipe 

chocolate chip cookies with jaggery 

healthy cookies, eggless


  1. Hi Ravneetji,,,I do bake...recently i tried your Gluten free orange cookies,,,all in my family loved them.
    I need to ask make cookies chocolate,,fruit flavour,,I always add 1/4 or 1/2 cup curd as per the quantity(eggless)...and then I roll the dough in cylindrical shape keep it in fridge for 20 mins and then cut them in desired shape.

    My cookies turn out to be good...crunchy...
    Need to ask is using curd fine...I just want to replace it with eggs...

    Pls suggest.

    1. Thanks for stopping by dear. I did not get your question.
      Do you add 1/4 -1/2 cup curd in cookies? Then that must be a big batch of cookie, I guess. How much fat do you use in these recipes?
      Curd is absolutely fine to use in cookies as long as you are getting best results.
      I also have a couple of cookie recipes with curd and olive oil and they turned out good.
      But I do not use a lot of curd because that could make cookies soggy or chewy.


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