You don’t have to be a baker to bake these, the recipe is so simple, and the ingredients are easily available that you can make these cookies anytime of the day. Eat fresh, because it tastes really good after it comes out of the oven, hot and delicious. And since anyone can bake these, you have no excuse anymore, just get up and bake them right now because the ingredients are already in your kitchen.
Serves: 8 cookies.
Deciccated coconut : 1 1⁄3cups
Sugar: 1⁄3cup ( I sometimes use half sugar and half honey)
Rice flour: 2 tbsp
Egg whites: 2
Baking powder: Half tsp
Vanilla: a few drops
Dried Berries or dry fruits for decoration (Optional)
Whisk the egg whites now add them to the dry ingredients. Scoop the batter with a tablespoon, place the batter on butter paper on a baking tray and bake them for 20-25 minutes at 180. Remove them once you see the cookies turn brown at the bottom. Let them cool for sometime before you take them off the butter paper else they won’t come off easily.
The cookies might turn soft after an hour, so i suggest you put them on convection every time you wanna eat them, that way they stay stiff. Also the cookies will never be very crunchy, they will have a soft texture, mush like a cross between your coconut milk mithai and a cookie. But this tastes even better than the mithai i can assure you that much.