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Easy Strawberry Drop Cookies

16 December 2010 45 Comments

easy egg less strawberry drop cookies

Drop cookies are my favorite and for sure some of the easiest goodies to bake. With no kneading, meddling with rolling pins, cookie cutters, refrigerating the dough, these are an absolute hassle free baked delights. Drop cookies have soft & chewy center unlike the normal brittle and crisp rolled out cookies.  The dough for the recipe to make these cookies is slightly soft and can be dropped on the baking sheets directly with a spoon.

These egg less Strawberry Drop Cookies are perfect for pepping up a dull weekend, and with wholewheat and fresh fruits these are a real health bonanza. A treat when you have a desire to indulge in good food but are too lazy to make or bake 🙂

Eggless Strwberry Drop Cookies

Crushed Strawberries

Ingredients;

  • 1/2 cup of Whole-wheat flour
  • 1 cup of All purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup of crushed fresh Strawberries
  • 1/2 tsp. Baking soda
  • 1 tsp. Baking powder
  • 1/2 cup Butter/oil
  • 2 tbsp. milk

For Frosting:

Melted Chocolate

Eggless Strwberry Drop Cookies

Method: Clean the strawberries and crush them with a fork. You can puree the strawberries if you wish. I like the small chunks of fruits in my cookies. If you are using butter, bring it to the room temperature till it is soft.

Take both the flours in a large vessel and add baking powder and baking soda into it. Sift all the dry ingredients together.

Add the melted butter or oil in the flour mix and stir it thoroughly. Pour the milk and crushed strawberries in it and stir it lightly.

The resultant dough should be soft and creamy texture. At this stage you can directly put a spoonful each of the batter on a baking tray or fill it in a piping bag.

Eggless Strwberry Drop Cookies

I filled the soft batter or dough into a piping bag with star nosal. Grease a baking sheet (butter paper) and put it on a baking tray.

Drop the cookies from the filled piping bag on the baking sheets leaving small gaps in between the cookies.

Eggless Strwberry Drop Cookies

Bake the Strawberry drop cookies for about 12-13 minutes at 190 degrees. The color changes from pink to dull purple after baking. The heady aroma of strawberries emanating from the oven is irresistible.

Easy Eggless Strawberry drop Cookies

These cookies will be slightly crisp from outside and soft and chewy from inside

Easy Eggless Strawberry drop Cookies

Decorate the cookies with any frosting of your choice, or just spread some fruit jam, Nutella spread or melted chocolate as I did in the picture over the Strawberry drop cookies and indulge in.

Eggless Strwberry Drop Cookies

Notes;

  1. Bake them for further 10-12 minutes to get crisp and crunchy Strawberry cookies.
  2. Spread chocolate frosting on one drop cookie and cover with another to make a sandwich cookie.

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45 Comments »

  • Pushpa said:

    Yummy cookies looks perfect inside.

  • vaishali said:

    oh…they look gorgeous…n yum..n simple….n ofcourse irresistable!!!

  • sayantani said:

    gorgeous cookies. never made cookies with fresh strawberries…looks wonderful.

  • Pari said:

    Lovely cookies, I love the drop version.

  • Priya said:

    Marvellous cookies, truly very tempting..

  • Joyti said:

    Hmmm, those look enticing. I’ve always wanted to bake with strawberries…

  • farida said:

    I like strawberry, Thanks for your recipe

  • Biny Anoop said:

    perfect and yummy cookies….

  • Faith said:

    What a lovely cookie recipe! Great use for strawberries too!

  • Ekta said:

    YUMMY, YUMMY AAAAAND YUMMMY !!

  • KC Quaretti-Lee said:

    Lovely cookies! I’m going to bake a batch today!

  • rebecca said:

    these look great and easy to make love it

  • sunitha said:

    Indeed drop cookies and easy and delightful. Great recipe with strawberry.

  • Sharmilee said:

    Wow tempting cookies

  • Jyoti said:

    Absolutely amazing! Loved ur pics! Thats a healthy baked goodie..

  • PreeOccupied said:

    Oh Mother, those look perfect. Everyone is baking this December. I love strawberries, the luscious red berries which fill your mouth with its bounty!

  • Swathi said:

    Strawberry drop cookies looks awesome.

  • nishi said:

    Healthy recipe and great photography. The cookies are simply irresistable!!

  • Dimah said:

    Those cookies look wonderful and so delicious!

  • Aipi said:

    I love the texture of your cookie, I like my cookies soft n chewy rather than crunchy. The fresh fruit flavor definitely goes a long way!

    US Masala

  • Ananda Rajashekar said:

    ohhh that looks yum specially with chocolate 🙂

  • santoh said:

    yummy cookies looking tempting

  • Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said:

    wow, how nice 🙂

  • Krishnaveni said:

    beautiful cookies, yumm

  • Kairali sisters said:

    Yummy cookies…

  • Dinners & Dreams said:

    Eggless and wonderful!

    Nisrine

  • Apu said:

    They look smashing!!

  • Soma said:

    I have never baked cookies with fresh strawberries. This indeed looks like an easy but fun recipe.

  • sweetlife said:

    strawberry cookies, what a delight!! I will bookmark this for my summer treats!

    sweetlife

  • Biren @ Roti n Rice said:

    Soft, chewy strawberry cookies…what a great idea! They look moist and delicious.

  • Angie's Recipes said:

    What a fabulous fruit cookie recipe!

  • Joanne said:

    I have always wondered whether I can put strawberries into cookies like this! I bet they are bursting with delicious strawberry flavor.

  • Pachecopatty said:

    hassle free, sign me up for this kind of cookie baking! I like the look of the piped cookie, makes a pretty design and you can’t go wrong with strawberries in anything, delicious:)

  • Susan said:

    Their texture and the cute and tasty bits of strawberry remind me of muffins. They’d be wonderful for breakfast with a cup of yogurt and hot drink. : }

  • torviewtoronto said:

    cake like delicious
    happy holidays

  • Nithya said:

    looks so so so yummy 🙂 the last pic with the chocolate spread kills me.. wish to grab it right away 🙂

  • Sweet Artichoke said:

    These cookies are delicious bites! I always feel that strawberries have put kind of magical spell!

  • Tanvi@Sinfully Spicy said:

    What beautiful cookies.I love strawberry.Yours are healthy !

  • Veena said:

    Looks yummy

  • Sweet Artichoke said:

    Hi Dear!

    There is an award waiting for you on my blog 🙂

  • Miri said:

    I agree – I just posted some white chocolate cookies I made, and dropping them was the easiest thing! I do love my cookies a little crunchy though…. the strawberry cookies seems oh so melt in your mouth!

  • Mina Joshi said:

    Perfect recipe for the holiday season!

  • A Canadian Foodie said:

    What a novel idea… but, strawberries are too precious and too delicious fresh her in the Canadian prairies for me to crush them and bake with them. I would like to try a cookie, though!
    🙂
    valerie

  • Sra said:

    Just this morning, I turned away the fruit seller who had come with strawberries. And then I come upon this recipe – really my kind of recipe because there is no big beating and creaming to be done, just to be mixed and dropped on to a baking tray, just my luck!

  • simply.food said:

    wow amazing cookies.Iam going to book mark them and try.
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