Carrot cookies recipe

         I know I have disappeared again from the blogosphere for sometime. As I had already mentioned in my previous post , I am spending my time with my family from India. My sis is with me for some more time and now as I have a good company , I plan to try out some yummy food as well. So you can expect some good posts in Creative Saga for sure.

          Meanwhile to add to the fun we had a perfect holiday last week on a trip to Bintan , Indonesia.  Together we had loads of fun as well as relaxed to our hearts content in the exotic resort .Spending hours in the pool I finally learnt to swim and overcome my water phobia…phew!!! We also had a great time at the beach. There were a variety of dishes in the buffet with a very few vegeterian options but we got to try some different cuisine like Italian and could indulge in some exotic desserts too!!

          Now coming to the recipe for today, I had made this carrot cookies from Usha’s blog sometime ago. The cookies really tasted great and is a guilt free recipe as no butter goes into it unike the other cookie recipes. The carrot pulp acts as a excellent egg substitute and a good binding agent too as stated by Usha. Everyone at my place just loved the cookies and I do plan to bake more of these soon. Thanks a lot Usha for the wonderful recipe.


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Carrot cookies recipe
Course snack
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course snack
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Blend the carrot pieces along with a glass of water in a blender. Strain the mixture. Use the pulp for the cookies. You can have the juice as it is.
  2. Combine the sugar and oil. Mix well. Then add the flours followed by the carrot pulp. Make a dough of it. Now make small balls with the dough. Place them on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake the cookies in preheated oven at 160c for 15 to 20 minutes.
  3. They will appear crumbly but will slightly harden after cooling.
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33 thoughts on “Carrot cookies recipe”

  1. i was waiting for my sis to post this…i really cant describe in words…it was indeed superb…tasty and yummy…it is quite filling too i must say….thanks di…Tip:- Tastes wonderful when eaten cold from fridge…i mean i loved it that way!!!

  2. Delicious Cookies Have a lovely time with your sis :-)I wonder, if I could ever overcome my water-phobia… Am happy for you though 🙂

  3. Hope you are having a great time sowmya. I had bookmarked this recipe from Usha too. yet to try though.The cookies look grabworthy.

  4. Never had them, but love the recipe and pics. Have fun with your family and cannot wait to see yummy recipes again 🙂

  5. what a unique cookie recipe. I’ll have to try it sometime:)btw, I’m hosting a Magic Bullet giveaway on my blog, and it’d be great if you could participate!

  6. Hey thats a nice one sowmya…i think aftr a short break im seeing the recipe frm u…thats so nice….gr8 thought of making cookies with carrot…

  7. Dear Sowmya,Hope you are having a wonderful time with your family.These carrot cookies look very delicious.Thanks for sharing.

  8. WoW. The cookies look splendid. Nice to know you had a great time with your folks. Post some pictures of your trip. I so wanna visit Indonesia but it will have ti wait.Tx for your lovely comments dear. Guess what? I had placed the order last week with the giftcard and I have already received 3 items..its like xmas time..receiving gifts one by one..tx dear. ciao!

  9. Sounds like you are having a great time with your family Sowmya ! Your Indonesian vacation sounds like fun and how awesome you started swimming…I am so very glad that you tried and liked these cookies Sowmya 🙂

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