Chocolate Chip Cookies – Bakery Style | Skinny Recipes

Chocolate Chip Cookies – Bakery Style | Skinny Recipes


Hey Guys! I am Nisa Homey and welcome back to my channel. Today, I am sharing a super healthy homemade
chocolate chip cookies. I had shared this cookies on my instagram
and many of you requested the recipe. I make these kinds of healthy snacks for my
children as both of of them are living away from home now and both of them at times are
terribly homesick and to cheer them up, I make some snacks like cookies, granolas, and
savoury snacks and parcel it to them and that is also the reason why you see some kid friendly
snacks on my channel. Now, coming back to this recipe, its one of
my absolute favourite and I prefer my kids or even your kids to enjoy homemade snacks
rather than packaged ones which contains so many unrecognisable ingredients and to understand
that you just have to read the ingredients list on a cookie or a biscuit packet. The best thing about homemade cookies are
you make it using real ingredients which you have at home. No artificial flavours, additives, fillers,
preservatives, trans fat, or refined sugar and yes! homemade cookies keep good for upto
a month that is if they stay that long ๐Ÿ™‚ BTW these cookies are made with whole wheat flour
and not with maida or refined flour. So, lets get started with the recipe. I am using virgin coconut oil, you can also
use wood pressed coconut oil instead. They both have very neutral flavour and taste. I am also using this brown sugar which I bought
locally. For the sugar part I am using this traditional
khandsari sugar. Khand is a type of unrefined raw sugar made
from sugar cane syrup . It is neither bleached nor contains harmful chemicals or additives. It is full of minerals and other nutrients,
making it a healthier choice than refined chemically treated sugar. Children living far away from home need all
the healthier options available. For some extra healthy fats and protein, I
am using salted and roasted peanuts. I have measured 3/4 cup of salted and roasted
peanuts and I am roughly chopping them up. The addition of peanuts are entirely optional
and you can also opt for any other nut of your choice instead of peanuts. Once the peanuts are roughly chopped, I am
keeping it aside. Into a large bowl, I am adding in 1 cup tightly
packed brown sugar, 1/2 cup khandsari sugar, 3/4 cup virgin coconut oil, 1 tsp vanilla
essence and I am giving this all a mix. Add in 2 eggs and then mix it really well
until it is creamy and thick and is lighter in colour. Add in 2 cups of Khapli wheat flour also known
as emmer wheat. Khapli wheat is an ancient variety of wheat
grain which has a very low gluten molecule when compared to modern processed wheat, hence
I prefer to use khapli wheat in my recipes; however, you can also use ordinary wheat flour
instead. Addin 1/2 tsp baking soda and lightly mix
this with a spoon. Add in the roughly chopped peanuts and mix
it again. Add in 1 cup dark chocolate chips and mix
it lightly into the wheat flour. This actually will prevent the nuts and chocolate
chips from sinking down while baking. Add in half tsp pink himalayan salt and mix
all this up with the spoon. At this moment, I am preheating my oven to
180 degree C. To measure and scoop the cookie dough I am using my icecream scoop and I am
greasing the insides and outsides of the ice cream scoop with coconut oil and then take
a scoop of the cookie dough and place it on the baking tray lined with baking mat or you
can use a parchment paper. using the ice cream scoop to measure the cookie
dough will also make sure that you get equally sized cookies. However, you can also use a table spoon to
measure the cookie dough. Press down, one tsp chocolate chips on top
of each cookie, remember that cookies will spread out when it is baked so the chocolate
chips will spread out nicely on top of the cookies. Lastly, lightly flatten each cookie and press
down the chocolate chips with your fingers. Bake it in the preheated oven for about 14-15
minute. Always remember that oven temperature varies
with oven. So, pls keep an eye on the cookies after about
10-12 mins. Repeat the same with the rest of the dough
and once baked allow it to cool down lightly on the pan and then remove it from the pan
to cool down completely and my super healthy bakery style healthy chocolate chip cookies
are ready to serve. Store it in an air tight glass container and
enjoy with family and friends. So guys, do try this healthy chocolate chip
cookies and let me know how it turned out. Dont forget to like, comment, and share this
video with family and friends. Thank you for watching and until next time. Take care bye bye!

58 thoughts on “Chocolate Chip Cookies – Bakery Style | Skinny Recipes

  1. Waaaaaooowww maam i dont have oven๐Ÿ˜ข and im an UPSC aspirant staying away from my family here in Delhi. Can you plz send me too๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™ˆ

  2. Loved it โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜˜ Ma'am please make french heart cookies…I loved it so much u made it easier for me to make it for my sister who is still away from me living in hostel for studies

  3. Mouth watering! ๐Ÿ˜‹Thank you for sharing this! I am definitely making this! Love it โค๏ธโค๏ธ

  4. TQ for sharing good recipe๐Ÿ‘ As i don't eat eggs .. can i use powdered flax seed mixed in water instead of eggs? Eagerly waiting for your reply mam๐Ÿ™

  5. I like your recipe but mam can I skip brown sugar and eggs? Can I use jaggery instead? Can you please share optional item for eggs ? Please do reply on same.
    Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š

  6. Thank you so much for sharing this …growing kids are always looking fir snacking and this healthy recipe is too good๐Ÿ˜Š
    I have 2 Qs…
    Can i substitute the sugar with organic jaggery?
    And was any baking powder used? Did i miss it?

  7. M very big fan of your knowledge n cooking style. But m vegetarian and don't eat eggs either… so please share some kids friendly recipe without eggs… thanks

  8. Mam, i am an IT employee and looking for healthy dinner choices that they should be good even though if i cook it in the Morning and bring them in box for Dinner. Please suggest Mam

  9. Wow.. looks great…please let me know if flaxseeds can be used instead of eggs…..my daughter is allergic to eggs….

  10. Oh wowwww. Looks yum๐Ÿ˜‹. The cookies have spread wonderfully n they look tooooo gooood Hope i got to taste it pls. My kids r crazy for cookies.i wud surely try this recipe . Fully loaded with chocochips makes it more appealing

  11. I bought cocoa powder from wholesale shop. Is that okay or I should try any brand mam?? Awaiting for replyโค

  12. Chocolate chip cookies are my absolute favorite. But always had guilt eating as itโ€™s a unhealthy snack.
    But now I think I should try this..๐Ÿคค

  13. Hi ma'am. Is there a substitute for egg in this recipe. Please let me as I very much liked this recipe and want to bake these cookies for my children

  14. Madam most of your recipies are vegetarian and as a vegetarian I request you to kindly mention substitute for eggs so that we can try them

  15. It contains gluten, lots of sugar but you still have the audacity to call it healthy. Cookies which are made out of coconut flour are more eligible to called healthy.

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