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Homemade Oatmeal Recipe With Coconut: Crunchy Healthy Cookies With Oats

oats coconut cookies By now each one of you know I am cookie lover. Yes, my tea time is not complete without cookies. But I am always looking to make biscuits with a healthy twist - no all-purpose flour, of course. Oats is a must-include ingredient in most of my cookie recipes. My cookie recipes use less butter; rather, I prefer to substitute butter with oil, which is little healthier than clarified butter. Milk and curd make great binding agents. Curd is a perfect substitute to eggs. This time, this fiber-rich cereal grain has made a direct entry in my cookie recipe - yea, it is the main ingredient. Crispy, crunchy, and so coconutty!!! I am loving this batch of coconut cookies more than my previous recipes using coconut. Here are a few versions with a slight change of ingredients - oats coconut cookies , wheat coconut cookies , and  atta coconut cookies . Ingredients coconut oats cookies 1 cup- powdered oats 1 cup- dry coconut powder 1/2 cup- atta (wheat flour

Crispy Oatmeal Coconut Cookies

oats coconut cookies Coconut cookies are tasty and full of flavors. Agree? When health is a priority but cookies are your must-have tea time accompaniment, you have got to include ingredients that can give you little healthier biscuits. This is exactly what I keep trying, since I can't have my cup of tea without cookies (though I take only one cookie with my cuppa tea). Let's see what all I have included in this eggless coconut cookie recipe, which is full of flavors: Coconut Cookie Ingredients oats wheat coconut cookies Dry coconut powder- 1 cup Oats (powdered)- 1 cup Wheat flour - 1 cup Baking powder- 1 tsp Ghee/butter- 2 tbsp Oil- 2 tbsp (you may need 1/2 tbsp more) Milk- 2 tbsp Sugar- 2 tbsp (you may need more, as I take less sugar) Salt- pinch cardamom (elaichi) saunf (fennel)- optional Crunchy Oatmeal Cookies Procedure coconut cookies Sieve wheat flour and baking powder. Add oat meal and coconut powder. Mix well. Take a grinde