Ginger Cookies Recipe – Eggless/Vegan – How To Make Gluten Free Gingersnap Cookies | Skinny Recipes

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eggless ginger cookies recipe, how to make gluten free gingersnap cookies #glutenfree these gingersnap cookies are crispy and gluten free, made with bajra flour also known as pearl millet. bajra is a millet and its gluten free and a winter grain. bajra can be locally sourced and is in expensive and easily available. I used coconut sugar, virgin coconut oil, and khandsari sugar to make it more healthy. Traditional gingersnap cookies are made with maida, refined sugar, refined oil/butter, eggs etc. Since many of you requested for an eggless gluten free cookies for Christmas, I was able to create this healthy recipe for you. Dont forget to tag me when you make this recipe.
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Skinny Recipes says:

Do try this amazingly healthy gingersnap cookies and dont forget to tag me on instagram

aayushi parikh says:

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D C says:

OMG this recipe is really amazing… I cannot fault it in any way. Nisa is truly a genius cook. I tried it and it is yum… Who would've thought you could make this with OMG whaaaat?? bajra flour?!!! I substituted coconut sugar with jaggery, also added a couple of table spoons of dedicated coconut just coz I like coconut. For those who wanted to know, I replaced arrowroot with cornflour and it worked perfectly well too! Thank you so much Nisa..your recipes are the best!

Sakshi Vejani says:

Thank you Nisa ji for the recipe! Your Gluten free and vegan recipes are really creative and amazing! Thank you so much once again!!!
Noted the measurements down:

1 cup coconut sugar

1 tbsp giger powder

½ cup coconut oil

1.5 cups pearl millet

¼ tsp salt

½ tsp b soda

3 tbsp arrowroot flour

180 degree C for 10-12 mins

Kalpana Devi says:

Nishaji, what can I substitute bajra for as I am making this cookies in summer. I would like it to be crispy as well. Thanks.

Pranjal Mahajan says:

Mam if we dont have oven ,then in kadhai for how many minutes we can bake?

Sweta Tolani says:

Mam your recipes are outstanding but I will really appreciate if u mention the cup size with every recipe. For this cookie what is the cup size ? Thanks.

Najina Hussain says:

Nisaji can u pls reply me what kind of oven is urs or just a vdo about the oven u use as it will be helpful…is urs electric grill oven


Awesome! I have to make this one, sounds so good, having grown up eating Bajra bread.

anum misri says:

So yummy and crispy cookies

Triveni Yalla says:

Coconut sugar kaha milega

Payal Shah says:

Brilliant work….
Highly appreciated ♥️
Keep it up

Amruta Palav says:

Hello mama can I use cocunut palm sugar and ghee

Jaya says:

Thank you chechi .I will make it let u know. Reallly superb!!!

Ishita Halder says:

Is it harmful to consume millets for thyroid patients ?

Mrs, Mohd khan says:

I loved this healthy recipe for cookies, I love bajra,, can we use jaggery powder instead of coconut sugar?

Ojasvi says:

I tried these cookies yesterday and it turned out so yummy! It does look soft while removing from the oven like its gonna crumble but once completely cooled it gets crispy. Thank you for the lovely recipe 😘❤ only thing is I'd reduce the quantity of the coconut sugar as it was a tad sweet for me..

Sumedha Chinnari says:

Can you please suggest substitute for the bajra flour

Naga Lakshmi says:

Madam your mixing bowl is good. Have you that on online send the link

Meena Kumar says:

Thanks for this amazing recipe, as you mentioned , have always come across ginger cookies only with eggs, can’t wait to try it, but just wondering if there is any alternative for the potato starch/arrowroot since I don’t have both, will rice flour work? Kindly suggest some alternative , it would be much appreciated, thanks

Chippy R says:

Other than Bajra flour what flour can we use as I am not in India.. it's impossible to get that here..

Janvi Ollakkat says:

Maam can it be cooked using cooker or idli chembu

charlette sequeira says:

Too good…i must try this…thx

Namita Powar says:

Hi mam your recipes are to good mam pls share wait gain recipe. For my son . He his 13 years old pls share

Komala Vani says:

Can we drink your haldi milk while being a feeding mom

Mouli Koner says:

You are amazing Madam😍😍😍

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