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Homemade Whole Grain Cookies: Nutty Crunchy Oatmeal Biscuits With Almond Butter

almond butter oatmeal cookies Baking with whole grains is so simple. Did I say baking with oat flour isn't that difficult? If you are a frequent guest on my blog, you already know that oatmeal is a superfood to include in your diet. Here I am with another batch of healthy cookies with oatmeal. I am a health freak, but I am a cookie lover as well. Yes, I am too fond of cookies. If you have landed on this page, this shows you, too, are bitten by the cookie bug. Isn't it? Well, it may be your love for cookies or for family that loves cookies that you have taken to cookie making. My cookie baking journey has been a beautiful ride thus far. It does not mean I haven't tasted failures. I have had too many failures in cookie making, and the journey is a sweet bitter story sometimes. But I am not someone to be taken aback. You hand me some nuts and I will make cookies out of them. This is what cookie making is all about for me. homemade oat flour cookies Anyway

Collection of 50+ Healthy Recipes With Oatmeal

oatmeal recipes Looking for healthy recipes with oatmeal ? You have come at the right place. As an oatmeal lover, I have come up with an umpteen number of healthy oats recipes for weight loss that you are going to fall in love with. The list of recipes focus on how to prepare oatmeal for breakfast. If you think baking with oat flour is a hassle, you are seriously wrong. After having tried and tested (read: tasted) numerous healthy ways to eat oatmeal, I can guarantee that this cereal grain would become a part of your daily diet. Check below the entire list of healthy oatmeal recipes that I have experimented with, prepared, and savored without anybody even realizing they are actually eating oats. Benefits of Oats ; Do oats contain gluten Here is a collection of oats recipes to make it easier for you to include this healthy fiber-rich cereal grain in your diets. My first experience of masala oats was really bad. I stopped eating oats for a year after that. But ever since

Atta Oats Crackers - No Baking Powder Recipe

oats almond crackers It's baking time again. Yes, of course, it's cookie time. I was feeling bored of my regular cookie recipes, so wanted to give it a break. I thought to go for Patanjali'd atta cookies just to break my cookie baking spree. But then I changed my mind, thinking outside food is not healthy. So I nipped my idea in the bud and decided to bake another batch of healthy cookies. I can say this is one of the healthiest ever baked by me because it uses small amount of ghee (clarified butter) and not a pinch of baking powder or any leveaning agents. I am so happy with the result that I wanted to share with you all. The last time I didn't add baking powder to my cookies was when I was a newbie in the baking arena. That almond meal cookie batch was the tastiest ever but was hard on the teeth, since I used neither ghee, nor baking powder. S the cookies turned out hard, but they tasted awesome. Thanks to my teeth that bore the brunt then.. But this tim

Baking With Oat Flour: Nutty Oatmeal Cookies

oatmeal cookies  Yes, it's cookies time again. Of course, these days I do not bake cookies without oatmeal. This healthy blend of oatmeal, almond meal, and wheat flour, with a hint of gram flour and a dash of semolina, makes these cookies a perfect accompaniment to your tea, without compromising the taste & health. Here's my another take on healthy cookies with oats. A healthy blend of oats, wheat flour, besan, and almond meal - nutrients and fiber! What more could you ask for if you can get cookies with these healthy ingredients? A favorite with everyone, this healthy nutty oatmeal cookies shows how easy baking with oat flour can be! Ingredients atta cookies 1 cup- oatmeal 1/2 cup-wheat flour 1/2 cup-besan 1/4 tsp-suji 1cup- almond meal 3 tbsp- sugar powder elaichi 3 tbsp- ghee/clarified butter 3 tbsp- oil 1 tbsp- curd (optional/ or add 1 tbsp oil instead) 3-4 tsp- milk (as required) 1 tsp- baking powder Crunchy oatmeal cookie Procedu

Baking with Oat Flour: Ragi Crackers

ragi crackers Baking cookies at home can be addictive. I have experienced it fully. Ever since I started making cookies at home, I have never looked back. Baking with oat flour is easy if you add the right amount of ingredients. Oatmeal makes a perfect snack when blended with other whole grains. Rich in fiber and calcium, oatmeal and ragi flour make a perfect blend. savory ragi crackers 1 cup- Ragi flour 1/2 cup - wheat flour 3/4 cup - Oats 1 tbsp- curd 5-6 tbsp - chilled water (you may need little more water) 3 tbsp- olive oil (or any vegetable oil) Salt as per taste Red chilly flakes 1 tsp - Roasted flax seed powder (alsi) 1/2 tsp - Sesame seeds (roasted) - optional 1/4tsp- Ajwain/carom seeds 1/2tsp or more- cumin seeds/ jeera 1/2 tsp -Ginger paste 1 fat pinch of baking soda 1 pinch sugar You can add any spices or herbs of your choice Baking with whole Grains Process Preheat the oven for 10 mins at 180 degrees. Roast ragi flour