Ragi oats cookie- healthy one..

I really enjoy baking.Spending time on baking and looking for new recipes gives me so much satisfaction. Though I am not able to devote so much time nowadays for this, the reason being my toddler who doesn’t like me sitting before the computer or in the kitchen. And I too want to spend lot of time with him. But I squeeze in some time for blogging and baking once in while.


I made this cookies last week. My son loves biscuits and cakes. So I thought of this healthy option using ragi flour and oats. They tasted great and was over in minutes.

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Ragi oats cookie- healthy one..
Course snack
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course snack
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix in all the ingredients together to form a dough. Add few tablespoons of milk if required.
  2. Make small balls of the dough. Place them on a cookie sheet in a baking tray. Bake this in a preheated oven at 180c for 15 minutes. Cool on a rack.Store in a air tight container.
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46 thoughts on “Ragi oats cookie- healthy one..”

  1. very innovative cookies Sowmya. Enjoyed ragi biscuits during my recent tour to India, adding oats is a good idea.

  2. thank u so much for your very quick commen sowmya cookies looks so perfect yes very helthy cookies nice recipe

  3. Ragi cookies, lovely idea. Beautiful click too..! I’v posted recipe in my ‘World food treat’ blog Sowmya. do check and leave ur comments.!

  4. I have never made anything with ragi.
    This looks really yumm and it is healthy too.
    Happy 2009 to you and your loved ones.

  5. cookies are awesome…yummy..sorry sowmya , i couldn’t publish ur comment and wishes for my 100 th post…i don’t know whats the problem…..i will try to correct it soon………Thank you so much for ur wishes

  6. @joie de vivre- Ragi is called finger millet in english..

    @maahima’s kitchen- You can omit egg and proceed..It wont make that much difference in this particular recipe..

    @ preety- u can try adding them..do tell me how it tastes if you do..

    Thank you all for your sweet comments..

  7. That looks great with the ragi and oats adding to the health factor.
    What about the butter and sugar? Can I cut down on them and still get them crispy?

  8. Wow…And I really enjoying your baking too….infact each time I visit here….thinking there must be some new cake, cookies, bread….you really inspire me a lot to try baking too….gud doing dear

  9. Hi Sowmya, Ragi cookies is new to me and sounds great!they look delicious and healthy…something that goes to my must try list!

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  11. Lovely recipe .. I tried it and just loved the cookies ! I added 1/2 cup sugar, some walnuts, raisins and chocolate chips as well !

  12. @gayathriThanks for trying them..and am glad you liked it…the extra additions sounds so neat and would have made the cookies tastier..

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