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Simple & Easy Eggless Almond Cookies

15 September 2010 41 Comments

almond cookies

Cookies are a favorite to young and old alike. And when these baked goodies are homemade and fresh from the oven they can be hard to resist. I like the recipes which are simple to bake and can be done with easily available ingredients. These Almond cookies are one such from my kitchen.

easy almond cookies


  • 11/2 cups wholewheat flour
  • 1/2 cup refined flour
  • 1 tbsp of Semolina (suji/rawa)
  • 1 cup of butter
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 3-4 tsp of Honey
  • a pinch of salt
  • a pinch of Cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup of Almonds (Badam)

easy almond cookies

Method: Preheat the oven to 180°C for 10 minutes. Sift both the flours, and mix the salt and cinnamon powder in it. Cream the butter and sugar together till the mix is light and fluffy.

Crush the almonds into a coarse powder leaving a few for decoration.

Take a broad vessel and add both the flour mix, crushed almonds, honey and semolina in it. Add butter and sugar mix to it and rub it lightly till the mixture resembles bread crumb.  Knead it tightly to make into a hard dough, add a tsp of milk if needed.

Roll the dough into a thick circle, keep a few almonds on top of it and press lightly. I added a few raisins and cashew also to the cookies. Cut the rolled dough into desired shapes.

Bake the cookies at 180°C for 10-15 minutes. Take out from the oven and brush the cookies with milk and bake it again for a minute to give a glaze to the Almond cookies.



  • Replace almonds with cashew or pistachios for a different flavor.
  • The harder the dough the crispier the cookies will come out.
  • Soft dough cookies will loose its crispiness after some time.
  • Add any essence of your choice such as orange, vanilla and chocolate for a makeover to the Almond cookies.
  • Store these almond cookies in an air tight container.
  • Honey and cinnamon in the cookies give a beautiful flavor and taste to the cookies.
  • Add a tsp of whole sugar to the dough for more crunch in the cookies.

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  • Priya said:

    Scrumptious cookies, looks fantastic..

  • Sayantani said:

    perfect is the word for these cookies. very crunchy and am gonna make it.

  • nisha said:

    love it

  • Sameena said:


    yummy cookies…love them…you rock!



  • Premalatha Aravindhan said:

    Almond cookies really fantastic,very tempting pics…

  • Neeta Nagar said:

    it looks yummy

  • Deepa said:

    I like the glossy glaze very much. very crunchy…want to have few with my cuppa

    Hamaree Rasoi

  • archana said:

    thanx a lot for the recipe……tempting… will sure try asap…

  • Cool Lassie said:

    Dig those cookies.

  • Srimathi said:

    The cookies remind me of those that we used to get in the bakery near our house. My grandmother used to love these and I was the only person who used to sneak in some from for her. They looks crunchalious.

  • Mary said:

    What lovely cookies! I love almond flavor so I know these cookies would appeal to me and my family. Your recipe sounds good and your pictures are wonderful. That’s a winning combination that makes for a great post. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings…Mary

  • Angie's Recipes said:

    They look fantastic! Wholewheat sounds really great.

  • Sharmilee said:

    Perfect crispy cookies

  • satya said:

    wow dear those cookies looks so delicious …

  • Namitha said:

    Delicious cookies..look so tempting

  • Krishnaveni said:

    cookies are really yummy, my fav too

  • Kairali sisters said:

    Hey Sanjeeta

    Lovely cookies and great pictures…

  • Ananda Rajashekar said:

    oh they look crunchy would be perfect for my morning tea!

  • Faith said:

    I love almond cookies and yours look amazing! The texture is absolutely perfect!

  • Kathy Gori said:

    Ah, Sanjeeta!!! What amazing cookies, you’ve done it again!

  • chaitrali said:

    wow…lovely cookies…loved them….and yahh…superb clicks…

  • Belinda @zomppa said:

    Glad to have found you, too! These cookies are divine! I LOVE almond cookies, but these photos just make me drool.

  • Barbarab said:

    Marvelous cookies…and with healthy ingredients too. Really excellent, mouth-watering photos!

  • Shandy said:

    I love your photos and the recipe for this cookie sounds delicious! What great flavors, YUM!

  • Jean at The Delightful Repast said:

    These sound delicious. And your photos are wonderful. You can see the texture of the cookies. I look forward to coming back to your site to explore Indian cuisine.

  • Priya Srinivasan said:

    Cookies looks delicious!!!! Great clicks!!!!

  • kristy said:

    Hi Sanjetta, your cookies sound terrific for my afternoon tea! Bookmarked this for later use. Thanks for sharing & enjoy your day.
    Cheers, Kristy

  • Kamalika said:

    Hi Sanjeeta, Thanks a lot for visiting my blog and for the lovely comment..gald to follow you too as you have a wonderful, well organized and full of tempting recipe blog to welcome all….

    Love the cookies…..looks so tempting and tasty…

  • suzybel56 said:

    These look like cookies we used to get for dessert at a Chinese restaurant years ago. They were delicious & one of the reasons I loved the restaurant. I can’t wait to make them!!

  • Maria @ ScandiFoodie said:

    These cookies sound so good! I’ll have to give this recipe a go sometime, thanks for sharing!

  • Debbie said:

    I love almond cookies, but have never had homemade ones before! I am excited that your recipe calls for whole wheat flour too, thanks!

  • peachkins said:

    awesome cookies!

  • Adelina said:

    very tempting cookies you have here! Almonds are on my top list when it comes to baking!

  • G.pavani said:

    cookies looks soft n yummy dear..

  • Rosa said:

    What marvelous cookies! There texture is perfect. Mmmhhh…



  • Panchpakwan said:

    Looks so fresh and yummy cookies

  • Biren @ Roti n rice said:

    Sanjeeta, these cookies look realy good. I like that you added the suji. Must be erally fragrant. I’ll have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Thanks also for visiting, following, and leaving a comment on my blog. Glad to follow you back. Have a great weekend.

  • sweet artichoke said:

    These cookies look perfect: crunchy and tasty! yummy!

  • Viswa said:

    Oh my god crumbly piece of heaven!!

  • Magic of Spice-Alisha said:

    These look so good, I have always loved almond cookies 🙂

  • Aparna said:

    These look and sound delicious. I like the taste of bakes with almonds.

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