Feb 10, 2012

Eggless Tutti Fruity Cookies – Valentine Special Recipes / Christmas Cookies Recipes



I had a huge container of tutti fruity lying in the fridge for the past one month, I was searching for a recipe to use that cookies..Finally I found a tutti fruity cookies recipe which was firing up in most of the food blogs..When I saw this post in lots of blogs, I got the confindence to try it out..


The cool thing about this cookies is it is eggless..The original recipe called for only regular maida, but I added corn flour  to make this cookies even more tasty. Amma and my sister’s loved this cookies, they didn’t keep even a single cookie for me to have a taste, this clearly shows how much they liked it..


 
I have some more tutti fruity too, I have planned to make eggless tutti fruity cake also..If you have any recipes using this please let me know..

I hope you will try this and tell me how it came out..

Slightly Adapted From: Sharmis Passion

Ingredients:

All Purpose Flour / Maida – 125 gms / 1 cup / 4.5 ounces
Corn Flour / Corn Starch – 125 gms / 1 cup / 4.5 ounces
Butter -100 gms / 3.5 ounces / ½ cup
Sugar – 125 gms (Powdered) / 1 ¼ cup
Vanilla -1 tsp
Tutti Fruity – 100 gms / 2/3 cup / 3.5 ounces

Method:

Preheat the oven to 160 °C / 350° F. Line a tray with wax paper or foil and butter it lightly.

Add butter, sugar and vanilla in a mixing bowl and beat till smooth and fluffy.

Add cornflour and maida in this and mix well.. Add tutti fruity and mix well.

Form into a round log and put it in a wax paper or plastic wrap and roll it. Twist the edges and put in the fridge for 30 mins or untill firm.

Now unwrap it and cut into thick slices..

Arrange it in the tray and bake it for 12 to 15 mins or untill light golden. Allow it to cool down and remove to a cooling rack.

When it is cooled completely store in air tight container.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Add butter to a bowl
and smoothen it out
and powdered sugar
and some vanilla
and cream it
add maida and corn flour
and mix well
add tutti fruity
and mix well
now take a sheet of wax paper..You could use foil or cling wrap
tranfer the dough in that
form into a log
cover it
and seal the sides
now chilli it
take it out of the fridge
and cut into slices
Take a tray and line it with wax paper
arrange this on the tray and bake it
all baked..
Now serve with a cup of milk
or store this in air tight containers..

53 comments:

  1. even i have tried this twice. Nicely done.
    I have a tutti fruity Cake recipe in my space.Check it out please

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  2. yumm tutty fruity cakes !! new to your place.. happy to be your follower :)

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  3. Looks yummy and happy V day to you and yours.
    Love Ash,

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  4. Cookies looking awesome..wanna try it soon.Book marking it!!

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  5. perfect Aarthi, just what I was looking for

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  6. Crispy and yummy cookies....You reminded of these now so addictive they are :) Glad to know that you liked them,,,

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  7. Wow stunning cookies!! This my sure try !! Perfectly done and great clicks !!

    Ongoing Event - CC-Dish For Loved Ones

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  8. Loved the tutti frutti....cookies..perfectly done n looks awesome:-)

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  9. gonna try this tutti fruti cookies. but bake in otg or m/w? Hope you know my problem with m/c for baking cake.

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  10. i have tutty fruity in my fridge.vl try this.looks yumm...........

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  11. wow yummy cookies.....colorful too

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  12. Aarthi, they look store-bought, just so perfect!
    I never knew about the concept of adding corn flour to cookies, need to try this really soon.
    You can link this to my ongoing event: Cakes, Cookies and Desserts

    http://anjali-cooklog.blogspot.com/2012/02/announcing-my-first-event-cakes-cookies.html

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  13. I love all things tutti frutti.. and these are really tempting.

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  14. pretty and yummy cookies :)

    Join me for the Just "4" Fun event :)

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  15. Looks super yummy and perfect..

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  16. These looks very yummy here in us it's very hard to find these tuttifruit once i have found them i tried dilpasand :)Wish i could get them again

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  17. I just love cookies...and these are so pretty and festive :)

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  18. Gr8 way to finish tuti fruities..lovely cookies

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  19. looks super soft and cute!!!

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  20. Dear Aarthi, your cookies look really tasty! If you want a never-fail eggless cake recipe, my blog has one: for the basic recipe, just look up my post http://theyogivegetarian.blogspot.com/2010/12/more-comfort-foodyou-can-have-sponge.html
    and you can add the tutti frutti in whatever quantity you think right. I avoid dairy products so I usually use soya milk and sunflower oil in my cakes but cows' milk and melted butter is yummy and makes a richer flavour and texture. Don't use ghee unless the cake has a strong flavour to hide it,such as chocolate Good luck with your cake... :)

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  21. Invitingly Impressive Cookies Dear.Luv it!

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  22. i love tutti fruity in cookies and cakes.. your cookies look perfect!

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  23. just mouthwatering...excellent presentation..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  24. Looks very yummy...Had loved it when saw at sharmis place..

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  25. im definitely going to try this..my daughter loves tutti fruiti

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  26. Vowww!!!!they are sooo cute....luv it!!

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  27. Great cookies plz courier at ma place....

    visit @my blog for valentine week in ur free time :-)

    Valentine Week

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  28. Such pretty cookies - so perfect for Valentines!
    Mary x

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  29. No need of baking powder or baking soda?is it crunchy or munchy??? :-)

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  30. @aarthi dhanrajno u dont need any rising agent. this cookies just melts in mouth..

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  31. Hi aarthi I made these cookies sday... The corners of the Cookies were nice crispy and golden brown in colour but the middle part of the cookie is not crispy... Please let me know where I went wrong

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  32. @Janani GunasekaranIt is because of uneven baking. You can rotate the tray half time of the cooking. so it will bake evenly

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  33. Hi arthi..what is the purpose of adding corn flour? What taste wil it give? Wont the cookie be chewy?

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  34. @Anonymouscornflour makes gives the melt in mouth textures

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  35. I tried this yesterday.. it just melted in mouth and was better than store bought... Thank you

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  36. Is it mandatory to cover the dough with wax paper or foil ? what is the purpose of that? Just for my curiosity :)

    Also how many cookies does this make?

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  37. Hey aarthi i baked tooti frooti cookie today...first of all accirding to all the ingredients and measurement i tried to make my dough but it became powdery then i had to add milk in it...after adding milk dough became perfect but when i baked it the base of cookie remained unbaked altough i baked it for more than 30mins. Where did i go wrong

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  38. @shikha pilaniai think the addition of milk is the mistake

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  39. Hello Aarthi,

    I baked these today, had issues with forming the dough. The dough was very crumbly and did not come together, so had to add a little milk. After baking, the cookies became very flat

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  40. @Anonymousu can add little more butter, if not forming dough

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  41. Can we add oil instead of butter.

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