Coconut Cookies Recipe Without Oven

Coconut cookies is a tasty food you can eat at breakfast paired with milk or a healthy smoothie. These coconut cookies are perfect in any kind of season. Kids and adults would surely enjoy munching these delicious and chewy cookies. This recipe takes about 50 minutes to prepare and cook. Enjoy!


• 1 cup all-purpose flour
• 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
• 1/2 cup powdered sugar
• 1/2 cup melted ghee or clarified butter
• 1/2 cup desiccated coconut
• 1-2 tbsp milk (if required)


Prepare a steel plate.
Apply ghee well.
Dust it with flour.
Set aside.

Add powdered sugar and melted ghee or clarified butter in a mixing bowl.
Whisk for a few minutes.
Add all-purpose flour, desiccated coconut, and baking powder.
Mix the ingredients until well combined.
Add milk if required.
Mix well until cookie dough is formed.

Set a “Kadhai” or any large deep cooking pot.
Place any kind of steel stand in the middle.
Cover and preheat on low flame for 10 minutes.
Scoop a small mixture of dough and roll into a smooth ball.
Lightly flatten the dough.
Coat with desiccated coconut well.
Place in the dusted plate.
Place the plate with the cookies in it inside the preheated Kadhai.
Let it cook for 25-30 minutes or until it becomes golden brown.
If you are using an oven, then let it cook for 12-15 minutes at 180 C.
Once the color changes to golden, remove it from the Kadhai.
Serve and enjoy!

Coconut Cookies Recipe Without Oven
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