Friday, 23 March 2018

Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies

Little pillows of deliciousness Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies are just to die for and comes with a caution' these are dangerously addictive! If you love cookies of all kinds, this recipe is a keeper. Hmm,  yum, yum, yum! Crunch crunch crunch!

Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies are eggless and so delicious. These are prepared with basic ingredients and easy to prepare.


Officially Spring has arrived here, about time too with Easter only just around the corner. It looks like spring has only arrived on the calendar, as forecasters are predicting Return of the 'Beast from the East' we may have White Easter,! Well, we won't be able to do anything against mother nature, then do something that we humans can do, brew a pot of chai!! and enjoy these absolutely delicious and eggless cookies to see you through this cold snap.




Although Easter tends to be all about chocolate, coconut is quite a popular ingredient used in the easter recipes. I really cannot pin down why coconut and Easter go hand in hand, but I am sure my Gorgeous and delightful Toasted Coconut Layered Cake with Coconut Buttercream would make your Easter extra special.

Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies are eggless and so delicious. These are prepared with basic ingredients and easy to prepare.


More Easter Recipes:- Chocolate and Pistachio Wedges | Cacao and Coconut Pots with Coconut Praline | Homemade Fruit and Nut Chocolate

Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies were made in my kitchen last on 31st December to pack some with us while we went Holiday to Austria and Budapest. I know anything and everything is available nowadays but a foodie in me just stays restless until I don't pack something homemade with me. When family members see my craziness about it and just roll their eyes, always I come up with the excuse ' I know everything is available, but what if I can't find eggless cookies' and they all just give up on me :)

Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies are eggless and so delicious. These are prepared with basic ingredients and easy to prepare.


So since December, my cookie pics were sitting silently in my folder, I think it's time to give them a special place on my blog as they turned out amazingly well and became very handy at 5am in the morning when the taxi was waiting at the hotel to pick us up.

These eggless, crunchy and crispy coconut cookies can be prepared with basic ingredients which are so easily available in our kitchen. Nutty coconut, sweet and lovely delicate flavours from aromatic cardamom lend a unique taste and aroma to these cookies. Definitely, these are perfect for special occasions to indulge in . In my views, these cookies are not just guilt free or healthy, because they are made with whole wheat. As they are also loaded with Butter and Sugar so not every day but on an occasion like Easter, Christmas, a tea party or a coffee morning is perfect for it.

Notes:-
Don't like cardamom, omit it totally and add vanilla essence. 
Make vegan by using coconut oil or butter. 

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Coconut and Cardamom Wholewheat Cookies
Easy coconut and cardamom wholewheat cookies which are eggless and loaded with delicate flavours. They are addictive:)
Ingredients
  • 125g Whole wheat flour ( I used chapatti flour)
  • 110g Unsalted Butter
  • 100g Sugar
  • 25g Desiccated coconut
  • Pinch Cardamom Powder
  • Pinch salt
  • 2 Tbsp. Tiny Cashew pieces (optional)
  • 2 Tbsp Milk ( If needed)
Instructions
Preheat the oven to gas mark 4 or180C.In a big bowl or food processor whisk butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add salt and whisk again.Now add flour, coconut and cashew pieces if using ( Leave a one tablespoon coconut aside to roll the cookies)Mix everything well and knead a dough ( it should be like a chapatti dough) if needed add milk and knead the dough.Cover the dough with the clingfilm and rest in the refrigerator for 10-12 minutes.Remove the dough and knead it again for a couple of minutes. Divide the dough into small equal sizes and roll into balls.Roll them into the coconut, If you want you can press the cookie balls with your thumb and make slightly flat.Line them on a baking tray and bake them for 18-20 minutes or until bottom parts of the cookie gets slightly golden brown.Remove it from the oven and leave it to cool completely.Enjoy with a cuppa or store in an airtight container.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 12-15 Cookies

32 comments:

  1. I love thr combination of coconut and cardamom. I would love try these cookies.

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  2. I can almost taste all of those wonderful flavours just reading your recipe. Glorious!

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  3. Pillows of deliciousness? Sold! I love the flavour combo in this.

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  4. Gorgeous photos and i love the flavour profile - cardamom & coconut - so good.

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  5. These would be perfect with an afternoon cuppa! Love the flavor combo!

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  6. They sounds very good and they are very pretty :)

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  7. It sounds so yumm cardamom with coconut..gorgeous clicks !!

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  8. Love the coconut and cardamom flavour combination - cookies look divine.

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  9. Cardamom flavoured cookies must be tasting like nankhathais .. they look nice.

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  10. I just want to munch few cookies rite now, can smell the flavor of this cookies rite from your picture. Absolutely droolworthy.

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  11. Ooooh these coconut and cardamom flavoured wholewheat cookies are calling me from the pics and telling me to pick them , I will call them pick me up cookies, they look sooooo tempting lovely photography����������

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  12. I just love anything with coconut in it! These are so delicious and less guilty feeling due to the use of aatta... totally yum!

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  13. What a coincidence Jagruti, last Dec I baked some wheat coconut cookies, quite a few times and huge batches. I've yet to post my recipe on the blog. I simply love these cookies as they are so easy to make, tasty and very aromatic.

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  14. I love cookies as I see them as bite-sized snacks and I do have a sweet tooth. As a South Indian, coconut is far from my heart, so this is a recipe that quite appeals to me. :)

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  15. Why do you do this to me? My list of 'to try' is growing because of you 😉😊... loving these cookies to the core... having coconut in it..this can't go wrong

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  16. I absolutely loved this recipe. Healthy and perfect for snack time. Love the pics as well

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  17. The cookies look super amazing and the recipe, super simple with ingredients readily available in the pantry. What I liked more is the effort of packing homemade goodies during travel. Being vegetarians, this is always a worry, finding eggless snacks etc. But homemade is always the best, I guess this also stems from the fact that we have been brought up this way. PS - Glad the post made its way to your blog from the drafts!

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  18. Those cookies absolutely gorgeous. I have cardamom flavour and I think it pairs well with coconut. Homemade cookies are best - you can control what goes in. I think I am surely going to try this as my 2 year old is keen on cookies these days

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  19. I can imagine the aroma from these cooking. Baking is certainly pleasurable activity. Trying this soon❤

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  20. What an amazing combination coconut and Cardamom. No doubt about the taste... Such a divine cookies !

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  21. Healthy combination in cookies.. both are divine in taste.. I assure your home should smells heaven while baking those beauties.

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  22. The combination of coconut and wheat flour sounds so good. This will be perfect for tea time :)

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  23. Beauuuutiful clicks! Your home must have smelt amazing while these cookies were baking with aromas of cardamom and coconut.

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  24. I am like you and always pack something before going on vacations. They all argue when I am making but give blessings when eat that on the trip. The cookies looks absolutely delicious with coconut on top.

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  25. I always fall in this combo flavor, so so amazing !!

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  26. Both cardamom and coconut together sounds delicious.. Yummy share..

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  27. Beutiful images you have captured. Just as the pics these cookies will be so perfect with a book at hand, a recliner and a warm tea

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  28. Love these coconut cookies, yours looks so yumm jagruti, you are always tempting me!

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  29. I can imagine the aroma when baking and the taste when done. This cookie needs to be flinched when it is cooling.

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  30. Love the flavours of these cookies. Family's most favourite cooKies. Beautiful captures. Cookies looks superb

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  31. These cookies look so delicious, the combination of the coconut and cardamom is a match made in heaven.I hope you are going to send some over.

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  32. These whole whet coconut cookies look gorgeous!! Such a healthy and flavorful treat Jagruti.

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