Wholewheat coffee cookies


These cookies were on my list from a long time. Saw it here sometime back and was desperate to try these. This is my second attempt wholewheat cookies and this time also they didn’t disappoint me. Probably I am going to make all my cookies using wholewheat flour now. The aroma of coffee is so amazing 😍 I am absolutely in love with these. The crispiness and the flavor of coffee, absolutely perfect. The recipe is quite similar to the butter cookies I bake and equally easy. Took me just 30 minutes from arranging things to baking them. Lets check out the recipe now.



1 cup wholewheat flour (I used Pillsbury)
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 butter (I used Amul)
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 tbsp coffee dissolved in 2 tbsp of hot water (I used Nescafe)


Powder the sugar in the grinder. Cream sugar and butter. Add coffee mixture to it. Beat again. Start adding sieved flour and baking powder slowly and mix with a spatula. Make a soft dough and Divide the dough equally in lemon sized balls. Give it the desired shape, put them in a greased tray leaving a little space in between the cookies and bake in a preheated oven for 18 minutes at 180 degrees.


* Make sure the coffee mixture has cooled down before you add it to the butter-sugar mix.

* The dough is really easy to work with. So it will be really easy to give them the shape you like.

* You can use Maida/all purpose flour as well. Just reduce the quantity of water to 1 tbsp, if using maida.

* Wholewheat flour cookies takes a little extra time to bake. Mine took 18 minutes.

* All ovens are different so temperature and time may vary. Please keep an eye on your cookies when you bake them. Take out the cookies when it starts to turn brown from the sides.

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