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Eggless Almond and Chocolate filled Butter Cookies

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Eggless Almond and Chocolate filled Butter Cookies

Its raining Christmas cookies! :) Baked loads of eggless butter cookies with a delicious surprise packed in them. Almond and chocolate chip filled butter cookies! I had bookmarked this recipe a couple of months ago from a lovely blog, Evilshenanigans.

The cookies might not be very visually appealing with Plain Jane kinda of looks. One bite into the cookie and you will realize that its the most palate pleasing sweet treat. Makes for a perfect festive give away Christmas cookie!

Eggless Almond and Chocolate filled Butter Cookies Recipe

Preparation: 20 mts, Baking: 25-30 mts

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Ingredients:

2 cups maida/flour

1 cup butter

3 tbsps sugar

1/2 tsp cinnamon pwd

1/2 tsp vanilla essence

2-3 tbsps low fat milk

1/4 tsp salt

few tbsps powdered sugar

For almond chocolate filling:

1/2 cup ground almonds

1/3 cup sugar

3 tbsps mini chocolate chips

1/2 tsp vanilla essence

1 Mix all the ingredients required for filling in a bowl and keep aside.
2 In a bowl, combine flour, salt, vanilla essence, sugar, butter and combine. Add 2-3 tbsps milk and make a smooth soft dough.
3 Prepare small balls as shown in the picture above. Flatten the ball using your fingers and place a tbsp of filling in the center and enclose it. Roll into a smooth round ball.
4 Prepare with rest of the dough and place on baking sheet about an inch apart. Lightly flatten the balls.
5 Bake in a pre-heated oven at 180 C for about 28-30 mts till the edges are slightly toasted or till done. While the cookies are warm, dust them with powdered sugar. Its optional though. In case you are not dusting with powdered sugar, add another 2 tbsps of sugar to the dough at the time of mixing the dough ingredients.
6 Cool on a wire rack. Repeat with remaining dough. Store in airtight container. They store up to a week.

Eggless Almond and Chocolate filled Butter Cookies Recipe

Prep time: min
Cook time: 30 min
Yield: 8
Main Ingredients: butter almonds flour

Its raining Christmas cookies! Baked loads of eggless butter cookies with a delicious surprise packed in them.The cookies might not be very visually appealing with Plain Jane kinda of looks. One bite into the cookie and you will realize that its the most palate pleasing sweet treat.

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By • Dec 18th, 2010 • Category: All Recipes, Cookie Recipes, Eggless Cake & Cookie Recipes, Eggless Dessert Recipes, Flour Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Sweet Dessert Recipes

  • http://kalyanikitchen.blogspot.com/ Kalyani

    wow looks delicious and so tempting sailu ………

  • mom_chef

    OMG! This looks absolutely divine :) can’t wait to try!

  • http://www.asankhana.blogspot.com notyet100

    cookies look too good,..

  • http://cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com Srivalli

    Looks very inviting!..being eggless makes it all the more interesting..

  • himadri

    Is there a way to use a microwave to make this?

  • https://paaka-shaale.blogspot.com nishi

    The cookies are delightful sailu. I’m bookmarking these :)

  • Deepak

    OMG!!! Look at them , Yummmyyy… Yummmm..
    Cant wait to taste…

  • Maria . G

    Voooooooooooo! The cookies looks fabulous. I just can`t wait to try them !

  • http://thecuisine.blogspot.com Hari Chandana

    Wowwwwwww.. Looks simply awesome and delicious.. Crisp and gr8 texture sailu.. Perfectly baked !!

  • http://annaprabrahma.blogspot.com Anjali

    Oh Lovely! They remind me of Mamouls I had baked sometime ago.

  • http://www.neivedyam.com sharmi

    Oh Sailu, please send me that box full of goodies :) looks so picture perfect for the occasion!

  • chaitu

    Looks great and want to try this ASAP…….

    Shailu ji can i know the model of the oven you use….all your baking items are fantabulous and my family is fond of cookies….so curious to know your oven type so that i can buy it immediately……PLZ PLZ PLZ

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      I use Murphy Richards OTG (Oven/Toaster/Grill) for all my baking.

      • chaitu

        ohh…thank you very much ji…..God bless you and your family

        Happy holidays!

  • http://brightmorningstarsfoodie.blogspot.com/ Summer

    Oh ur cookies are so wonderful , they arent plain jane , they are cute actually!!
    Love ur filling n its raining cookies here as well!
    happy holidays!

  • http://priyaeasyntastyrecipes.blogspot.com Priya

    Wonderful looking cookies, loved the filling..

  • Anu

    Sailu,

    Is there no need for any raising agent. The pics as well as the cookies are lovely. Could u clarify on the
    ‘raising agent’. Thanks.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      There is no need for any raising agent for this recipe.

  • http://outofthegarden.wordpress.com Linda

    Hi Sailu, long time no visit, and I’m the poorer I see :)

    These cookies look so lovely in their festive wrapping, festive inside too! Wishing you and yours a happy and healthy New Year!

  • Padmapriya

    Hi Sailu

    I don’t like the taste of chocolate chips, so can I use raisins instead? If so, is the method same?

    Regards
    Padmapriya

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      You can use raisins in place of chocolates.

      • Padmapriya

        Thanks for the quick reply

  • kessica

    can i skip the almonds?and can i make it only chocolate filling?

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Yes, you can use only chocolate filling. You can try different options for filling.

  • Meghna

    These look fabulous. My daugher and I are trying them out right now! Good to know that chocholate chips are not necessary, as we do not have any on hand, but do have plenty of raisins and almonds and other dried fruits in the house. We will try making these as dried fruit and nut cookies, instead of chocolate.

    Also, just curious if you have any good recipes for a whole baked chicken. We live in the States and baked chicken is very popular here, but can’t find a good recipe that isn’t too bland! Any ideas?

  • Vidhya

    Hi Sailu,

    I am really amazed with your site. Have been a frequent visitior since an year. I am recently married and my in laws place has only microwave oven. Can we use micrwave for cookies. I know cakes cant me made with micrwave. Please clarify this.

    Advance happy new year.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      I use a convectional oven for my baking and have never tried my hand at baking in a MW.

  • Komala

    Hi Sailu Garu,

    Today i tried this recipe, it has comeout very tasty. Thank you. Plz do share some eggless cakes as well.

    Thank you
    Komala

  • Deepthi

    Hi Sailu..Your recipes are wonderful…I’ve tried couple of them…I wanted to request you to also post healthy Baking recipes such as replacing maida with whole wheat flour, veg oil for butter etc..If you could post a section on it, it wud be wonderful! BTW, am also from Vizag..Currently living in Qatar…

  • Deepak

    My 12 yr old Daughter made these and they were easy and fantastic!!! She followed the recipe and it seemed the salt was a bit too much – can be compensated with the sugar…
    We all loved it.

  • Hasita

    Hi Sailu,
    These eggless recipes are indeed a boon! I just tried this cookie recipe and they’ve turned out awesome :)

    I used a grill microwave and to be honest, it was quite a bit of effort monitoring the timing. But anyway, its the final result that matters..Thanks so much for such a tasty and easy recipe!

  • Shalini

    waow! look absolutely Yummm….. i am wondering if the almonds can be substitued?? Also, would it taste as nice with dark chocolate chips and made half and half with whole wheat flour and maida?
    thanx. Heading to the kitchen to try the recipe out NOW.

    • http://sailusfood.com Sailu

      Yes, almonds can be substituted with nuts of your choice. You can use both whole wheat flour and all purpose flour.

  • sudha

    Hi sailu i love all Ur recipes they r so good i tried most of them other than baking ,but these are so easy i want to try them too…………

  • SINDUJA

    this was the worst recipe ever!!!!!!the bottom was BURNT and the top was like a CAKE

  • bindu molleti

    Hi in which rack it should be baked on OTG

  • Jyoti

    I tried this receipe but the cookies wer not crisp….plz let me kn the reason