Stove top Cookies/Clusters – Quick snack
Posted by Chitra Jagadish
It is pretty easy to make biscuits on the stove-top. SUPER easy! And kids absolutely loved them. So much so that at lunch time when I made them, they ate up the entire batch.
They are very soft while making on Tawa/stove top so flip them carefully. Even if they break don’t worry they can still be enjoyed as clusters for a light snack or even for breakfast with milk.
Preparation time-10 minutes
Cooking time-10 minutes/ batch
- Wheat flour-3/4cup
- Instant oats-1/4cup
- Corn starch-1tbsp
- Salt- a small pinch
- Baking powder-1tsp
- Sunflower spread/butter-3tbsp
- Sunflower seeds-2tbsp
- Pumpkin seeds-2tbsp
- Dates paste-1/4cup
- Any milk-2-3tbsp (as required to form a dough)
- In a mixing bowl combine wheat flour, oats, corn starch, baking powder, salt, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and mix well to combine.
- Melt sunflower spread/butter and add to the flour mixture lightly mix, add dates paste and mix again.
- Now add 1tablespoon of milk at a time (adding more might make the dough soggy as the butter and dates paste would have added enough moisture to the mixture) just enough to form a stiff dough.
- Now divide the dough into equal portion and take one portion flatten it between the palms slightly (for even cooking make sure the cookies are not too thick)
- Heat a pan/tawa on a medium flame and place the 4-5 cookies at a time and cook on a very low flame(if using gas lower flame and electric stove upto 3 mark)
- Now cook for 3-4 minutes and don’t try to flip before this as the cookies might break.
- After 4 minutes flip over and cook on the other side for 3-4 minutes.
- Repeat with the remaining dough.
Enjoy as a whole cookie
Make clusters store in an air tight container and enjoy for breakfast.
- Here I used oats as is-but it can be ground to fine powder and then use in the cookies.
- Plaing flour/APF can be used alternatively to wheat flour for added texture.
- To make dates paste-deseed and chop dates and blend in the food processor to smooth paste.
About Chitra JagadishMy passion is Cooking & love exploring healthy recipes. This blog is all about sharing 'Recipes for Healthy living', which are my experiments at home.
Posted on June 4, 2015, in Breakfast, Breakfast, Indian, International, Kids recipes and tagged easy low fat break fast ideas, easy snacks, kids friendly cookies, No bake cookies, Oats cookies, stove top cookies, Sugar free cookies, wheat flour oats cookies. Bookmark the permalink. 30 Comments.