Wheat Coconut cookies

Biscuits are universal snacks loved by everyone at home .when we were kids, we were fed with market bought biscuits, which are baked using margarine, maida and refined sugar . Every child learns to walk with a walker . From the time he or she walks, he learns to chew and bite biscuits in walker. So we were all raised with those biscuits. Now , we are all aware that refined sugar and maida are not good for health. I started baking healthy cakes and cookies using wheat and jaggery for my family and these are big hit in our house. So do try these yummy cookies which melts in mouth for your family and stay healthy. Happy baking!

⏲ PREP TIME : 2O minutes

⏲ BAKE TIME : 15 minutes

🥗 COURSE : Snacks

🥘 CUISINE : International

🍴 YIELD : 2 dozen


Wheat flour – 100 gm

Oats – 25 gm ( pulse it in mixer jar)

Milk powder – 2 tbsp

Jaggery powder – 115 gm

Desicated coconut – 50 gm + 20 gm( for coating)

Cardamom powder – 1 tsp

Butter – 80 gm

Milk – 2 tbsp ( if required )

Salt a pinch


In a bowl add butter and jaggery powder ( pulse jaggery to make it powder in mixer jar).

Cream them till fluffy and smooth.

Add in the wheat flour , powdered oats, milk powder , desicated coconut and cardamom powder.

Combine the flour using milk. Do not knead.

Press and make balls using palm.

Coat the balls with desicated coconut.

Preheat the oven at 180°c for 10 minutes.

Line the baking pan with parchment paper and arrange the cookies with 1 inch distance.

Bake the cookies at 150°c for 15 minutes .

Let the cookies cool down completely.

Transfer them to air tight container.

Later enjoy your cookies with tea !


Ensure all the ingredients are in room temperature before using.

Pulse jaggery or palm sugar or white sugar in mixer jar before using.

Measurements remain the same for any sugar.

Donot knead the dough.

Each oven differs so keep an eye on cookies when it is 10 minutes of baking.

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