Amaranth cookies (gluten free)

Gluten free cookies are usually made using amaranth flour, ragi , sabudana , millet, rice, besan, jowar etc. I have chosen amaranth, sabudana (sago), and ragi( finger millet) which are loaded with nutrients. Home made cookies are nutritious and without any chemicals too. They are mouth watering, buttery and extremely delicious. These cookies are crumbly and their texture makes you fall for them. So do try these yummy cookies for your family . Happy baking!

⏲PREP TIME : 20 minutes

⏲BAKE TIME : 15 minutes

🥗COURSE : cookies

🥘CUISINE : International

🍴YIELD : 2 dozen

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED :

Amaranth flour – 1 & 1/2 cup ( 195 gm)

Ragi flour – 1/3 cup (55 gm)

Sabudana flour – 1/2 cup

Milk powder – 2 tbsp

Jaggery (Powdered ) – 1 cup ( 152 gm)

Butter – 160 gm

Vanilla extract – 1tsp

Baking powder – a pinch

Baking soda – a pinch

METHOD :

In a bowl add Butter and jaggery ,cream them till fluffy and smooth.

Add vanilla extract and again beat them.

Now add in all the flours to the cream.

Combine them to a dough.

Donot knead the dough.

Refrigerate the dough in an air tight container for 20 minutes.

Later press the dough in a plate or flat surface.

Cut out the desired shapes using moulds.

Preheat the oven at 180°c for 10 minutes.

In a lined baking tray arrange the cookies in 1 inch distance.

Bake the cookies at 150 °c for 15 minutes.

Allow the cookies to cool down completely in same tray.

Transfer the cookies to air tight container.

Enjoy the cookies later with your loved ones.

NOTE :

Each oven is different so check the oven after 10 minutes of baking.

When the sides of cookies colour turn slight golden , take them out.

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