Jun 21, 2013

Eggless Oats Cookies - Just 4 Ingredients


One of my viewer requested oats cookies recipe, i told her that i have couple of version of cookies which has oats in it. Those are my monster cookies and white chocolate and raisan cookies. But she told me that she want a low fat version of it which she can indulge without any guilty. Yes thats what everyone need right, including me. So i decided to try out this recipe which i found on internet long before.



My goodness you should believe it, it was amazing. Something so healthy like oats could never taste this better. Totally Yum. The cookies turned out so buttery and just melt in your mouth. My sister tried it and told that it is so yummy and just like store bought ones. So give it a try and let me know what you think.


Preparation Time: 10 mins
Baking Time: 20 mins
Makes : 10 Cookies

Ingredients:

Instant Oats / Quick Cooking Oats - 1 cup / 90 grams
Sugar - 1/4 cup / 50 grams
Butter / Ghee - 1/4 cup / 60 grams
All Purpose Flour / Maida - 3 tblspn

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180 Degree C / 360 Degree F.

Take oats in a blender and powder them finely. Remove them to a separate bowl and set aside.

Now take sugar in a blender and powder them finely. Add them to a separate bowl along with ghee and cream them well.

Add in oats powder and flour and mix them well.

Put them in the fridge for 10 mins or so.

Now divide them into equal balls and flatten them with your hands.

Arrange them in a foil lined tray and use a fork to make impression on them.

Bake them in a preheated oven for 15 to 20 mins. 

Allow them to cool down a little, transfer them to a cooling rack.

When cooled completely, store them in a air tight container.

Enjoy with a cup of milk.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

Take sugar in a blender

Powder them finely

Now take oats in a blender

Powder them finely

In a bowl, take ghee

Add in sugar and cream them well

Add in oats powder

Flour

Mix them well

Put in fridge to chill

Remove them out

Line a tray with foil

Form the dough into small balls

Flatten them with your hands

Arrange them on a tray

Use a fork to make impressions

Just like this

All done..

Now bake them

Serve with a glass of milk

70 comments:

  1. ¡Fantásticas, qué ricas!
    Feliz fin de semana.

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  2. can we do this in microwave??? If yes.,,,,which mode?? Grill??

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  3. looks delicious. Nice dish.

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  4. @AnonymousYou can make this in convection mode, not grill. If you grill it, this will burn

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  5. A perfect with tea.. Very easy to make too...

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  6. Hv always wanted to try a light oats biscuit. Will surely give it a try

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  7. Hi am smita from Mumbai. Was looking out for some healthy cookies and eggless. Came across your recipe and tried it. They were awesome as I know very little of baking. Thank you very much. Have got into baking now and make these cookies at least once a week.
    Smita

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  8. Can We use whole wheat aata instead of maida...?

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  9. U used ready made desi ghee??? Can amul butter be used?? Also ...is unsaltd butter , a home made one ??,and thanka in advance for ur prompt response
    Regards
    Pooja

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  10. @Maanit GuptaYes i used ghee. u can use unsalted amul butter,

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  11. What is the temperature to bake these?

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  12. @AnonymousI have mentioned that in the written recipe

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  13. Ur a doing great job. anybody sees ur blog will surely get impressed and starts cooking. i too tried few of ur recipes and came out very well.But as i am new for baking those items pulling me down. i want some details like,, i am having otg oven how to set it for baking biscuits ie both r up r down baking. thank u.

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  14. @chinna Priya Thank you..For baking cakes, cookies or anything. You have to turn on both the coils.

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  15. Must admit ur recipes are for normal people. No complications at all. Thank you. Am glad I follow ur page.

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  16. Hey, i tried this one..and although i m totally new to cooking and hv never baked b4 these came out perfect.."absolutely professional" as per my friends :) thanks a ton..i also had a quick question, m planning to mk them in a lil more qty, i'll b doubling up al the ingredients..may sound silly but how wud it work for the cook time in oven? wud tht increase too?

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  17. @Supriya DeshmukhYou can double triple the recipe, just bake it for same time and temp

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  18. Hi aarthi, these cookies tasted so good. But one small question. My cookie mixture came out dry. I can not make the cookies flat, they had broken. So added a tbsp of milk. Is it the right way to add milk when we have dry mixture or need to add more butter? AND Does u cookies turned out soft or crispy? Mine got crispy and crunchy. But taste wise they are pretty good. waiting for our rply...

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  19. @MadhuIf your mix is too dry, add in some butter. It will be soft in texture. if you add milk then it will result in a toucgher cookie

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  20. Hi Aarthi,
    Last time i tried your recipe,came out good...but i felt some raw smell of oats...this time am planning to roast the oats..will it affect the taste of the cookies????

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  21. Hai Aarthi...tried these healthy cookies and they came out perfect. Kids loved it. I used butter and will there be any difference in taste when using ghee?

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  22. @ThazniU will get ghee aroma. But butter can be used as well

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  23. Hello Aarthi,
    My batter is too thin.i could not make balls. I dnt know where the problem is. I doubt I measured liquid ghee. But anyways its a flop in my kitchen:(

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  24. @Pravallika RaoSorry to hear that. You can add more oats and flour and sugar to get the dough right

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  25. Hi Aarthi... Nice recipe.I have a normal microwave oven with warm,mid heat and high heat option.so which option I must choose for this recipe.. thanks

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  26. Can I use oat flour instead of instant oats.

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  27. I tried this today but within 10mins the cookies got burnt :(
    Oven was at 180°C shud I reduce the temp?

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  28. Aarthi for cookies should both d coils b heated or just d top one?

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  29. @Anonymousfor all baking both the coils should be heated. Top coil should be heated only for grilling.

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  30. Can olive oil or refined oil be used instead of ghee and butter

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  31. can this be made in solo microwave oven

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  32. @parvathino u want convection mode to bake this

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  33. Hi arthi..how many minutes in convention mode ?

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  34. Can I use quaker oats instead of instant oats in this recripe ? Pl reply

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  35. hellooo arti
    i tried dis recepie in my microwav in mICRO + CONVECTION MODE(since dat is d only optiin gvn for bakin.no only convection is gvn ). i kept it fo same tim n temp as prescribed above. within few mins only my cookies startd to burn n i cud nt eat dem.den d nex batch i kept at 140 degree fo less tim.thy wer nt properly cooked.cn u pls help me to knw wat i shd do.
    i made pizza as told directions by u vd hom made dough.dat also startd to burn bcame hard n was raw undrneath.
    i m really dishertend.pls tell me wat shd i do so dati cn bake yummy tummy receipies.

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  36. @Anonymousdid u bake at the mentioned temp. Did you preheat your over before putting the things inside

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  37. Hi Aarti , i am a follower of ur page. Great recipes. One doubt do we have to pwdr the sugar & oats after measuring or first pwdr & then measure.

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  38. It looks awesome.
    I tried making cookies in my OTG and it doesn't come crisp.can u pls tell me how should i bakke cookies in otg so that it come perfectly??

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  39. @Manvitha Kothau have to bake with both element on. Thats it

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  40. Both element means my cooking range I can on only either one ( top one is grill mode and there is one down I think for baking ) can't on both together at same time

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  41. Can I use butter sheet instead of foil ? :)

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  42. Hi...have a query... i have a new cooking range with gas oven.... how to use it for baking dese cookies?? It shows upper and lower burner...which one should be lit?? Or both need to be used??? Pls help me... thanks...!!

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  43. I cooked . I liked it very much .but the surface was very soft.

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  44. I want to say that how to get the upper surace crispy.

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  45. @Sheetal Bidkar.as it cools the cookies will get hard. If it is too soft then you have baked it less. Bake little more or the ghee or sugar must be more.

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  46. Very helpful site. The pictures are specially helpful in understanding how the dough looks.

    Suggestion: It would also help if you mention how the dough should feel by touch, sticky, non-sticky, etc.

    Question: On my own hunch, I added 1/2 tsp baking powder. But I don't know whether that helped. Can you explain a bit why baking powder is not used in your cookie recipes and what are the pros and cons of using it?

    Thanks a lot.

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  47. @Anonymous this dough should be tiny crumbly, u have to form balls by pressing it a little.

    This has enough butter which gives u crumbly texture

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  48. Tried this today and it came perfect! keep up the amazing work Aarti !

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  49. Hi. Can i use banans instead of sugar. If yes, then how much? Thanks.

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  50. @Jasleen sethino bananas wont work, sugar is needed

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  51. Hi, tried this receipe with a modification. I used only 1 tblspn of wheat flour. They are delicious. The temperature at my place is almost 0 degrees. I dont know if it is for this reason 3 tblspn of atta dint work.
    Thank you for sharing eggless receipes. It came in handy for me and i tried few other eggless cakes too. Thank you.

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  52. I tried this recipe today but it didn't turn well like other recipes. It took so much of time still d upper part was so soft but lower part was fine. Can u pls tell me where is d fault?? Also I added extra ghee otherwise it was difficult to form a ball.

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  53. @sweetydid u bake with both coils on..or only the bottom one.

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  54. I made it microwave convection mode. I tried many of ur recipes all turned out well but this was a disheartened one. Yesterday I tried 1 min. Molten lava cake n it turned out yum. Hubby loved it.

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  55. Hi Aarthi, thanks for posting this recipe. I'm totally new to baking and loved your recipe for it seems so easy. Wanted to try this out but was wondering if i could use honey or maple syrup to prepare these cookies instead of adding sugar, to make this recipe healthier. If so, what should be the quantity? Also, is the ghee measured post melting?

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  56. @Anonymousno u cannot use honey. And ghee quantity before melting

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  57. Thank you so much for the simple yet awesome yummy recipe. I tried making cookies for the first time & it turned out so well that everyone wants more and more of it.

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