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Easy Wholewheat Cookies

23 August 2010 30 Comments


Crispy and crunchy cookies with hot chocolate drink, a perfect combo when friends are around for a chit-chat. I made these easy wholewheat cookies last weekend to welcome my childhood friend from Australia. Relived the fun filled school days with these scrumptious Easy wholewheat cookies to accompany 🙂

healthy wholewheat cookies made easy.


  • 1 1/4 cups of Wholewheat flour
  • 1/3 cup of refined flour
  • 1/2 cup oc powdered sugar
  • 2 tbsp Bran or Choker
  • 3-4 tsp.Milk to bind the flour
  • 3-4 tsp. Curd
  • 4-5 tsp of oil
  • A pinch of Cinnamon powder

healthy wholewheat cookies made easy.

Method: Take a big vessel and add all the dry ingredients in it. Give a good stirring to all the ingredients.  Pour the oil, milk and curd in the dry ingredients and mix it lightly till the whole mixture resembles breadcrumbs.

Knead it into a solid dough and wrap in a cellophane cover. Refrigerate for 1 hour.

healthy wholewheat cookies made easy.

Take out from the refrigerator and roll into a thick circle of about 1/2′ inch thickness.

Use cookie cutters and cut the dough into desired shapes. Any sharp edge bowl will do the trick of cookie cutting. Roll the dough again and repeat the same process till all the dough is used.

wholewheat cookies

Cookie Cutters

Pre heat the oven for 10 minutes at 180°C. Grease a metal tray and put all the cookies on it. Prick the cookies with a fork and brush them slightly with milk.

healthy wholewheat cookies made easy.

Bake at 160°C for 10-14 minutes. Remove the tray and let it cool. Take out all the cookies and store them in an air tight container.


  • Curd, bran and the cinnamon in the recipe gives the desired crunch and distinct flavors to these cookies.
  • Bran is very healthy and provides extra fibers in the meal. Ready made bran is available off the shelf. Avoid bran if you do not like the taste.
  • Cookies will feel soft when taken out immediately after the baking is over. Do not bake again, as the cookies will harden in 5-10 minutes of cooling time.
  • Spread any fruit jam on the cookies and see the kids enjoying this crunchy treat.

Serve with a cup of tea or pack these healthy & easy wholewheat cookies in your kids snack box for school.



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  • nisha said:

    wow…love nythin with whole wheat..its my new found love

  • G.pavani said:

    oh!it looks really yummy n tempting

  • notyet100 said:

    tis looks perfect,..thnks for this

  • Heavenly Housewife said:

    I love a simple cookie like this, nothing goes better with a nice cup of tea.
    *kisses* HH

  • Swathi said:


    Nice whole wheat cookies like them as it guilt free snack for my tea.

  • Deepti said:

    Nice n healthy way to make cookies.

  • The Diva on a Diet said:

    I’m thrilled to see a recipe for wholewheat cookies! Thank you! I usually baking with 1/2 whole wheat flour and 1/2 all purpose – depending on the recipe – but its rare that I find a cookie recipe using only whole wheat. They look delicious and I love the hint of cinnamon. Yum!

  • Krishnaveni said:

    beautiful cookies, loved your way of cooking with healthy ingredients, awesome

  • vasavi suresh said:

    Love the healthy version of cookies with whole wheat. Shall give it a try.

  • Ananda Rajashekar said:

    beautiful and healthy cookies….would love get indulged with few of those:)

  • Juliana said:

    Oh! These cookies look yummie…love the different shapes of the cookies, so cute!

  • satya said:

    love these healthy version of cookies …looks very tempting too

  • Suman Singh said:

    healthy and delicious cookies..lovely cookie cutters.

  • Namitha said:

    They look cute and delicious..and loved your yogurt pot 🙂

  • Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said:

    Those are seriously great looking cookies 🙂

  • Julie M. said:

    These look healthy and delicious to boot! I’m sure my kids would love to find one nestled in their lunch box. thanks so much for sharing!

  • Sharmilee said:

    Easy and tasty cookies healthy too!!

  • Monet said:

    I’m always looking for more whole wheat recipes…this looks like a winner! Especially with that jam slathered on top. Yum!

  • Angie's Recipes said:

    These cookies look and sound very healthy and delicious!

  • Sommer @ A Spicy Perspective said:

    Cut out cookies are so fun! These sounds delicious!

  • vanamala said:

    Cute ones….yummy

  • FOODESSA said:

    Between the words crispy and crunchy…you had already gotten my attention. Adding to that the wholesome ingredients…and now you got my full attention ;o)

    The photos are sublime. Great baking Sanjeeta ;0)

  • Rosa said:

    Great healthy little cookies!



  • sweetlife said:

    perfect cookies, i love that they are made with whole wheat, perfect for a cup of steamy coffee…


  • Joanne said:

    Who knew whole wheat cookies could be so tasty! Love this.

  • Deepa said:

    Would love to munch these crunchy cute cookies…No to forget the healthy ingredient also
    Hamaree Rasoi

  • Chitchat said:

    Hey, awesome looking cookies. Healthy too. Loved browsing through ur space and glad to follow u 🙂


  • indie.tea said:

    Those look both wholesome and delicious.

  • sarah said:

    I wanted to let you know that I mentioned this idea in my weekly links round-up. They look so tasty! Thanks for the idea.

    Sanjeeta kk; Thanks a lot for the mention Sarah. I appreciate it. Take care.

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