Hazelnut Cookies

Delicious Vanilla flavored Hazelnut  Cookies 

Enjoy these Hazelnut Cookies with Whole Wheat flour with your favorite coffee/tea or kid’s favorite shake.

Kids love cookies and I always keep a batch of homemade cookies ready at home, as I avoid the store bought ones.These days I have started using minimum of Maida or All Purpose flour as it has no nutrient value. Though  many bakes require all purpose for good texture, but these days lot of people are shifting towards healthy bakes with Whole Wheat Flour and  gluten-free flours like Almond flour, Coconut Flour, Finger Millet flour(Ragi).

In pics serving it with my kid’s favorite Nutella and Banana Milkshake.

Some kids favorite Cookies(Eggless) from recipes from  the blog.. Choco-Chip Cookies, Almond and Coconut Cookies , Spiztbuben Cookies and Nan Khatai and Coconut Macaroons(Vegan+Gluten-free) and Chocolate Crinkles Cookies.

These cookies are loaded with goodness crunchy of Hazelnuts. Dipped in melted chocolate these are a perfect treat for kids’s anytime snacking.

In place of Hazelnuts you can add finely chopped toasted almonds or pistachios also.

Hazelnut Cookies

Delicious Hazelnut cookies with the goodness of crunchy hazelnuts, Whole Wheat flour. Enjoy these eggless cookies with your favorite hot chocolate or coffee.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Course: cookies, snacks
Keyword: chocolate dipped cookies, eggless cookies, hazelnuts recipe
Author: Swati

Ingredients

  • ¾ Cup Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 Cup Toasted Hazelnuts
  • ½ Cup Butter
  • 1/4 Cup Coconut Sugar
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Instructions

  • Chop hazelnuts in food processor in pulses. You can also chop with knife.
  • Cream butter, coconut sugar and vanilla essence together till light and fluffy.
  • Fold in Whole Wheat Flour and half of hazelnuts.
  • The batter will be slight sticky
  • Transfer the dough to a working mat. Add rest of the hazelnuts and roll the dough in hazelnuts and form a cylindrical log.
  • Make the log and roll into butter paper or cling film. Keep in refrigerator, for 1-2 hrs.
  • When ready to bake, preheat oven to 150°C or 325°F.
  • Cut and slice the dough log in 6-8 mm slices.
  • You can keep the cookies in refrigerator for another 30 minutes.
  • Bake for 15-20 mins for 150°C or 325°F.
  • Once baked take out of the oven.Leave these on the counter to cool completely,as freshly baked are very soft and can break. Transfer with the help of a spatula.
  • For more crispy cookies you can leave cookies in oven for an extra 5 minutes.

Do try these Hazelnut Cookies. If you want soft,chewy texture bake for 10-12 minutes. If you like it crunchy like us, bake for the time given in recipe.

Dip in melted chocolate for some fun. Serve it kids parties and you can even pack in beautiful cookies boxes and gift to your friends and loved ones.

Linking these Hazelnut Cookies to my Facebook Group A-Z Recipe Challenge, where all the participating members are sharing dishes that has one of the main ingredient that starts with the letter of the month.This month the letter is H.

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Author: Swati

Some who believes 'EAT WELL, READ DAILY, TRAVEL OFTEN AND LAUGH KHUL KE'!!! Hi!! Swati here!!! Chef, Chocolatier, food admirer, reader, love to travel, listen to music, Bollywood and shoot nature and food pics!! Welcome to my Foodtrails and join me in my food adventure!!

21 thoughts

  1. Wonderful recipe! It looks so delicious & nutritious, and I totally agree with you that it is ideal for kids party and also for gifting.

  2. I had wanted to bake hazelnut cookies for this challenge but surprisingly I didn’t find any hazelnut at the Publix store. So had to have an alternate plan. Your cookies look so delicious and wouldn’t mind having a couple with my coffee. Will surely bake them when I get hazelnut as I just love them.

  3. Hazelnut cookies sounds soft, moth melting and delish. And full of hazelnut flavour. You are right its perfect for kids because its made of whole wheat flour and without baking soda or powder.
    Loved it. I also thought of hazelnut cookies but skipped because I don’t have convection oven here. Now I have a full proof recipe to try. Lovely share.

  4. I love the crunch of hazelnut and want some of these cookies now. The coconut must impart another dimension to the taste and of course, the wheat flour makes it healthy. 🙂

  5. We Love cookies, especially my husband, they can finish one whole box in one sitting… these look amazing…this recipe sounds so tempting & healthy ..lovely share.

  6. Hazelnut cookies looks so irresistible and healthy. Perfect afterschool snack for kids. Loved the step by step detailed pictorial description. Lovely share..

  7. those cookies are deifnitely addictive swati ! so glad to know u keep a batch of homemade cookies always 🙂 I would love to dip these in my herbal tea for a snack.. yummm

    1. Thanks Kalyani.. comes handy when you have kids at home..instead of store-bought biscuits or cookies my also like these homemade ones!!

  8. These cookies are looking super delicious. Loved the usage of whole wheat flour and it is so versatile that any nuts can be easily used. Will definitely give it a try. Awesome Share!!

  9. What’s not to like on this recipe. Whole wheat flour bake with healthy goodness of hazelnut , coconut sugar and best part no baking powder ! Awesome share Swaty ! Bookmarking the recipe to try it out soon.

  10. Hazelnut Cookies looks so perfectly baked. love the texture here swaty !!! use of wheat flour is an awesome idea 🙂

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