Saturday, January 31, 2009

Almond-Coconut Cookies(Eggless)

I was elated and over-the-top when I made my first cookie.Though I was armed with a cookie cookbook and my fluctuating confidence,I set about making them and fortunately the cookies came out great.I came across many wonderful recipes for cookies and have tried many of them successfully.As I’ve said many times before,the Butter cookies are the best of the lot and they come out great and taste wonderful each and everytime I make it.

Many of the readers and my fellow bloggers have asked me how I make Eggless cookies and get good results.I am a beginner baker and have no idea how it comes out great,but one thing I know,I would always make it eggless.I don’t mind adding/having cakes/brownies with eggs,but when it comes to cookies,its an absolute NO.

A dear friend,Purnima-one who constantly encourages and appreciates me told me that the butter in the cookie is what makes it expand.So who needs the eggs..??She was the one who gave me the link to Pravs and asked me to try out this recipe.Her encouraging words work like magic and this recipe worked like magic too!!The flavour of the Coconut and nutty taste of Almonds make this cookie a super-duper HIT!!Thanks so much dear dearest Purnima..you are simply superb!!

Recipe Source - Pravs of Simply Spicy

Cookies will look mushy straight out of the oven,leave them to cool on a wire rack and they will become crunchy.

27 comments :

  1. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww I just love this.. I have to try it..sooooooooooooooon....

    Thanks for stopping by at my space Divya..

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  2. Gorgeous cookies, looks like storebought one...

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  3. Looks very perfect...great ones divya!

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  4. superb cookies divya:) iam gonna try this for sure.i have also been planning to make eggless butter cookies for a while.

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  5. Hey Divya,yet another wonderful recipe.Cookies without eggs makes me all the more tempted!

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  6. Gal this one came out pretty. I bookmarked it!

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  7. Looks yummy dear.. planning to make it when I find some almonds next time.. missed so many of your posts..I am doing good now.. so back to blogging.. mooga ghashi looks yummy

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  8. they look wonderful..would love to try this one..

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  9. Wow..Yummy cookies. I had tried this in a friends place and have wanting to try this since then..Will surely make them shortly..

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  10. These look professional to be your first cookies! Looks very tasty and crumbly!

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  11. This recipe is from blog simply spicy and i have very clearly stated in my blog that all the contents are copyrighted. And reproduction of any sort is not allowed too, without prior
    written permission from me. Please do not reproduce the recipe. You can give a link to my blog for the recipe. This recipe was created by me.

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  12. wow..yummy almond cookies.want to pick one now:)U made me drooling over it:)Do visit my blog at ur free time:)

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  13. Wow these cookies look so perfect and so delicious. Bookmarking these

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  14. that looks lovely, yummy, soft and crunchy!!

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  15. These lovely Cookies looks crispy and delicious... I too posted about this 2 months back. Mine is little different. i added cloves, cardamom and a pinch of cinnamon for a gr8 flavour. check my december 2008 posts..

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  16. Hi Pravs,

    I am so sorry if I have offended you in any way.I have given a link to your blog.I try out recipes from other blogs very often and I write down the recipe in the post only for my own record in case if the link does not work or if the blogger makes his/her blog private etc.My intention is not to name the recipe as my own or to take any credit for it.I hope you understand.I will give a clear link to your blog immediately.Let me know what more I should do.Sorry once again if I have offended you.

    Divya.

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  17. Am so glad to see an egg less cookie recipe as my husband is allergic to egg. Thanks for the recipe and I made it today and it came out kinda ok for a first timer. This is the first ever cookie i have made and i really liked the way it melts in my mouth...don't know if that is how it was meant to be in the original recipe. Looking forward to more egg less recipes

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  18. Thanks for understanding Divya. Please do not give the recipe here,instead just a link to my blog for the recipe.

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  19. WOW!!delicious almond cookies divya..love the presentation ..they look beautifuland really tempting..perfectly baked!!:)

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  20. Lovely cookies. Gonna to try this soon. Beautiful pictures too:)

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  21. Jayashree..thanks so much.If you do try this one,give a link to Pravs-the creator of the recipe(hope you know why!!)

    Priya,Srivalli..thanks!!

    Roopa..thanks.Great that you are getting over the cookie-baking-phobia!!

    Nithya..thanks.As I said,I love having and making eggless cookies and am glad to add one more to my collection!!

    Cham..thanks!!

    Uj..good to know that you are doing well now.Homemade cookies can really brighten up your day!!

    Raaga,Phanitha..thanks so much!!

    Sowmya,Ashwini,HC..thanks and if you do try..[refer comment to Jayashree]!!

    Dibs..Oops..this is not my first cookie,have given a link to the same!!

    Chitra..thanks..would surely hop over to your blog soon!!

    AS..thanks so much!!

    Anu..thanks,would check out your version too!!

    Sakshi..thank you and am so glad the cookie came out great.I make eggless cookies only and you can check out my Archive-cookies for more recipes!!

    Ranji..thanks so much!!

    Jayashree,Cham,Sowmya,Ashwini,HC,Swapna..if you follow this recipe and decide to blog about it,do give a link to Pravs who is the creator of this recipe.

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  22. Simply fabulous Divya! Very fluffy and perfect cookie..! Keep it up!

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  23. Divu, I had commented in the beginning which seems to hv vanished! :D The cookies look too good..try using sliced almonds, bashed up to tiny pcs in a ziplock bag or so..there will b a different taste to it too! :D Variations r spice of food blog! U will surely love that too! :) (SORRY AGAIN!)

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  24. Find a Quality website for indian recipes and desserts i.e. http://www.indiabite.com

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  25. Lovely cookies. I tried it and it comes out to be a very yummy cookies and Thanks a lot..

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Divya.

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