If our parents push dry fruits in front of you for evening munching, we still want our cookies. The crunchy, sweet delights are just perfect to go with a hot cup of tea. Now, if you don't want to outrage them with your lack of concern for your health, make them happy by making this healthier version of cookies at home. Firstly, if the cookies are made at home, they are obviously better than the ones you get at the stores. Secondly, if you make cookies with whole wheat flour, not refined flour (maida), and add in some dry fruits – you'll win the whole game and all the dust-up between you and your parents would blow away over a fun family get-together where you all can enjoy these cookies.
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Are you already excited to make these healthier cookies? Here's a recipe of atta walnut cookies that is super easy to make and can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. Make a large batch of these cookies and savour them for days ahead. The cookies are light, airy and give out an invigorating aroma of coffee. Of course, let's not forget about the goodness of heart-healthy, energy-giving walnuts that they contain.
The recipe video on NDTV Food YouTube channel demonstrates how to make these cookies easily at home. Just whip together some butter and castor sugar. Add in some atta, baking powder and coffee powder. Mix well and roll out cookies and make a well on the top bottom of each cookie. That's where you'll insert your walnut. Bake the cookies for 15-20 minutes and you'll get your delicious and healthful tea-time snack.
Watch the recipe video of atta walnut cookies here -
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