Recipe: Almond Oats Choco Eggless teething cookies for babies

oats almond teething cookies
oats almond teething cookies

If your child is teething, you are at the right place. Here’s an easy recipe for yummy and gooey cookies that not only your child would love but even you wouldn’t mind gorging upon.

These cookies are not only yummy but are loaded with goodness of almonds and oats, both power ingredients combined together in this delicious crumbly cookie. Crunchy outside and soft and chewy inside, they can be perfect accompaniment to your coffee too!

Almond Oats teething cookies
Almond Oats teething cookies

So, here goes the recipe:

Oats: 1 cup (Roasted & ground into flour. You can also take ready made oats flour and roast it.)
Almonds: 1 cup (Freshly ground into flour. )
Sugar: 1/2 cup (Powdered. You can use brown sugar also. The original recipe mentioned a little more quantity)
Salt: 1 Pinch
Milk: 1-2 tbsp
Choco Chips: 1/2 cup melted in 1/4 cup of milk

– Preheat the oven at 180 degrees.
– In a bowl add oats, almonds, salt, sugar, baking powder and melted choco chips. Mix them nicely. If the batter looks too hard add milk, one spoon at a time. Remember, this batter is not going to be flowing.
– Now, grease a baking tray and using a spoon place round cookies on the tray. Keep a distance of 1-2 inch between them.
– Bake them for 20 minutes. Let them cool and they are ready to be gobbled up!
-Store them in an air-tight box when cooled.

I loved them with my coffee and even H enjoyed munching on one with Papa H. Thank You Sonal for the easy and yummy recipe! You are awesome. 🙂

Happy cooking 🙂



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