Chocolate Chip Cookies with coconut and oats (Eggless)

Posted by sharada | Thursday, January 20, 2011 | , | 9 comments »

         i want to start my first post of 2011 with the crunchy chocolate melting cookie.i had seen this here  &  had bookmarked it long back. Today i got to bake them and i must tell you that they were so good.Just re-producing the ingredients and method with slight changes according to my requirements.i want to say thanks to sunita for such a wonderful recipe


Whole wheat flour( atta) --> 3/4 cup
Rolled oats --> 3 Tbsp
Dessicated Coconut --> 4 Tbsp
Cinnamon powder --> 1/2 tsp
Soda --> 1/3 tsp
Chocolate Chips --> 75 gms
Sunflower Oil --> 5 Tbsp
Soft dark brown sugar --> 5 Tbsp
Water --> 2 Tbsp
Flaxseed Powder --> 1 Tbsp
Warm Water --> 3 Tbsp

  1. In a bowl, whisk together the flour, oats, soda, dessicated coconut, cinnamon powder and chocolate chips.
  2. In another bowl, add the oil, sugar, water and break in the egg. Mix everything lightly with a spoon till the sugar is free of lumps.
  3. Make a well in the centre of the flour mixture and tip in the flaxseed mixture(mix 1tbsp of flaxseed powder and 3 tbsp of warm water). Fold in , preferable with a rubber spatula or mix lightly with your fingertips, till everything is just moistened. Do not over mix.
  4. Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and chill in the refrigerator for about an hour.
  5. Pre heat the oven at 180 deg C and line a baking tray with foil.
  6. With damp hands, make 18 equal sized balls of the mixture and place them on the prepared tray apart from each other ( if you are baking in batches, return the unused cookie dough back to the fridge). Lightly flatten the balls with your fingertips.
  7. Place the tray in the centre of the pre heated oven and bake for about 20 - 25 minutes or till the top is firm and the edges begin to darken slightly.
  8. Cool on the tray for a few seconds. Gently peel them from the foil and transfer to a rack to cool completely before storing in air tight containers.
  • My Oven Wattage is 1000 so the required time is 25 mins. So the baking time differs from oven to oven
  • Can use 1 egg as per the original recipe instead of flaxseed powder mixture


    1. Premalatha Aravindhan // January 20, 2011  

      My daughter fav,luks delicious...

    2. Umm Mymoonah // January 20, 2011  

      I love the addition of oats and coconut to these cookies, looks yummy.

    3. Priya // January 21, 2011  

      Cookies looks absolutely scrumptious,regarding ur q'n about quick cooking oats, no problem if u go for rolled oats, i used quick cooking oats since had them in my pantry eventhough i'll always go for rolled oats..hope this helps

    4. Santosh Bangar // January 21, 2011  

      perfect and oats make it healthy.
      1st time here heathy recipes do visit my side

    5. Satya // January 21, 2011  

      these cookies look the pic ... mouthwatering recipe

      Super Yummy Recipes

    6. Pushpa // January 25, 2011  

      Cookies look yummy,adding oats makes them awesome.

    7. Padhu // January 26, 2011  

      My favorite cookies .Looks so lovely

    8. Sangeetha Nambi // February 01, 2011  

      Looks yummy !!! Do stop by my space sometime..

    9. Soumya..... // February 25, 2011  

      This sounds great.
      Happy to follow you from my new space

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