March 28, 2017

M and M / Gems Cookies with Whole Wheat Flour

Kids love Gems Chocolates. It can be used to make cookies very attractive and also more tasty. I replaced  M and M chocolates in the popular M and M cookies with Gems to create this recipe. How much ever you prepare it will disappear immediately as kids would love this so much.

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Recipe Cuisine : International | Recipe Category: Baking
Preparation Time: 10 mins  | Cooking Time: 10 mins | Yields: 15 cookies

Wheat Flour
1 cup
½ cup
¼ cup
Boiled Cold Milk
5-6 tbsp
Corn Flour
1 tbsp
Baking Powder
1 tsp
Gems or M and M Chocolates
As required

1 cup = 240 ml

1. Sieve wheat flour, baking powder and corn flour together for two times. Keep it aside.
2. Beat the butter with electric beater or wire whisk till it becomes fluffy.
3. Then add icing sugar and mix them well. Then beat till it reaches fluffy consistency.
4.  Now add the sieved flour (from 1) and mix well with spatula or with your fingers. Now the mixture looks like a bread crumbs.
5. Now add milk little by little and knead it into a soft and pliable dough.
6.  Roll the dough into ½ inch thickness circle (like chapathi) on the dry rolling surface using the rolling pin. Before rolling, sprinkle the wheat flour over the rolling surface to avoid the flour getting sticky.
7. Now cut the rolled circle using the 2 inch round cookie cutter. If you don’t have cookies cutter, you can use 2 inch diameter bottle cap.
8. Now place 4-5 gems over each 2 inch circles and press them gently with backside of the spatula.
9. Take out the cookies using the flat spatula and keep it on the ungreased baking tray. Leave ½ inch space between the cookies.
10. Preheat the oven for 200 degree Celsius.
11. Bake the cookies for 10 mins at 170 degree Celsius.
12. Allow it to cool down completely and then take them out from the tray. Again cool them on wire rack.
       Tasty and colorful M and M / Gems cookies are ready!!!
1. You can use all purpose flour instead of wheat flour.
2. You can use margarine or dalda instead of butter.


Mayuri Patel said...

These cookies look so cute.

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