Oats and Flax-seed Cookies

Healthy Oats and Flax-Seed cookies : to snack on during those mid meal hunger pangs. These crunchy nutty cookies are wholesome and totally yum

Healthy Oats flax-seed cookies to snack on during those mid meal hunger pangs. These crunchy nutty cookies are wholesome and totally yum.

 

How many of you love snacking during the day?? Even after that heavy lunch we feel like munching on something with our evening tea. Here’s a perfectly healthy snack to reach out for , during those hunger pangs!

Flax-seeds are an excellent source of Omega -3 fatty acids. It does have a distinct ‘nutty’ taste which a lot of people aren’t too fond of. They work really well in these cookies since the nutty flavour gets masked by other ingredients and is quite subtle.

The benefits of oats are numerous and well known. It adds a definite crunch to the cookie, that I particularly enjoy.


Here are a few more healthy cookie recipes you might like-

Oats and raisin cookies

Millet and jaggery cookies

Multi grain almond cookies

 


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Oats and Flax-seed Cookies
How many of you love snacking during the day?? Even after that heavy lunch we feel like munching on something with our evening tea. Here's a perfectly healthy snack to reach out for during those hunger pangs!
Healthy Oats flax-seed cookies to snack on during those mid meal hunger pangs. These crunchy nutty cookies are wholesome and totally yum.
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Course snack
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Ingredients
Healthy Oats flax-seed cookies to snack on during those mid meal hunger pangs. These crunchy nutty cookies are wholesome and totally yum.
Instructions
  1. 1\. Powder the oats and the flaxseeds together .
  2. 2\. Sift the whole wheat flour and the powdered flax seed and oats until well combined.
  3. 3\. In a large flat plate/ thali cream the butter and sugar together until it turns light and fluffy. This roughly takes about 10 mins.
  4. Add the vanilla essence and mix well.
  5. Add the sifted flour and knead into a soft dough.
  6. Pre heat the oven at 160 degrees for 10 mins.
  7. Shape the cookies either free-hand or by rolling out and cutting with a cookie cutter.
  8. Arrange on a greased and lined cookie tray.
  9. Bake at 160 degrees for 10 mins [ or until the edges start to lightly brown]
  10. Remove from the oven, cool completely and store in an air tight jar.
Recipe Notes

1. Oven temperature and time may vary. I usually keep a torch handy to check on my cookies from outside. Your cookies are done once the edges start to change color.

2.Hot cookies are soft and will crumble. They will become crunchy once completely cool.

3. Incase the dough is too soft you can either refrigerate it for 10- 15 mins or add a little more wheat flour to get the right consistency.

4. If the dough seems too dry, add a tsp of milk to bring the dough together.

5.Vanilla essence is optional. I used it to reduce the nutty flavour of the flax seeds.

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