Wheat Ragi Choco cookies

Chocolate based cookies are always loved by kids. It turned out really yummy . Good quality of cocoa powder is very important for making cookies or cake. Taste depends on the quality of the cocoa powder used in cookies. I prefer Hersheys cocoa powder for my baking. Whenever unsalted butter is used , always add a pinch of salt to enhance the sweetness in cookies or cake. I have tried with melted butter and oil for a variation. Just mix all the ingredients and make a dough. Scoop it and bake them. So simple one! Do try and enjoy them at your tea time! Happy baking!!!

⏲PREP TIME : 25 minutes

⏲BAKE TIME : 30 minutes

🍜COURSE : cookies

🥘CUISINE : International

🍴YIELD : 30 cookies

INGREDIENTS REQUIRED :

Wheat flour – 200gm

Ragi – 50gm

Cocoa powder – 2 tbsp ( heaped)

Melted butter – 100 ml

Baking soda – a pinch

Baking powder – a pinch

Country sugar (natttusakarai) – 1/2 cup

Vegetable oil – 2 tbsp

Salt – a pinch

METHOD :

Preheat the oven at 150°c and line the baking tray with parchment paper.

In a bowl add melted butter, oil and powdered country sugar .

Mix them well with a spoon.

Now add in the rest of the ingredients.

Combine the mixture to make a dough .

Scoop the dough with a tablespoon, press it and drop it in baking pan.

You can also cut out the cookies using cookie cutter .

Place the cookies in a lined baking tray with an inch distance between them.

Bake the cookies in 150°c for 15 minutes .

Let the cookies cool down in wire rack.

Store the cookies in an air tight container at room temperature.

Enjoy them with tea or coffee!

NOTE :

Do powder the sugar before using it.

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