Oats Cookies for Babies and Kids (Without Any Raising Agents)

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Have you read our whole wheat biscuits recipe for toddlers? Today I bring to you another completely healthy recipe; oats cookies for babies and kids. Yes without any raising agent!

We all love cookies and they are considered to be one of the most addictive snack items. Most of us do not like oats in their usual porridge form. Let us try to give a healthy twist to oats and make it healthy and yummy. This oats treat can be served to babies and toddlers.

oats cookies

The recipe I am sharing today is super healthy as

  • No raising agents like baking powder or baking soda is used
  • Used only whole grains (whole wheat flour and oats)
  • Key ingredient oats are easy to digest and high on anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins. They are also deliberated as immunity boosting food items
  • A variety of nuts like almond or walnuts or pistachios can be added. I have used almonds for the recipe today

These oats cookies can be made in made in less than 40 minutes and a are ready-to-go recipe for working moms. The cookies can be served as a snack or a breakfast item for little ones with a glass of milk and a fruit.

The recipe is also pretty simple as we just need to mix all the ingredients into a dough/ mix, make cookies out of them and bake.

How to make oats cookies for babies and kids?

Preheat oven for 10 minutes at 180 degrees. Add all the mixture except dry fruits into a bowl and mix thoroughly.

Add a little bit of milk and try to make cookies or balls out of it. If its too dry add a little more milk and try again.

Flatten the balls, add the poppy seeds or black sesame seeds as toppings. Bake it in a greased tray at 180 degree celsius for 20 minutes. Flip the cookies after 10 minutes to ensure even cooking.

Once the cookies turn golden brown on the edges, it can be taken out from the oven. Let it cool down on a cooling rack.

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Oats Cookies Without Raising Agents
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Ingredients
  • Oats - 1 cup (I have used Quaker oats)
  • Whole wheat flour or atta -1/2 cup
  • Powdered sugar – ½ cup
  • Butter - ½ cup (at room temperature)
  • Almonds – ¼ Cup (coarsely powdered)
  • Milk – 1 to 2 tablespoon (I have used exactly 1 tbsp)
  • Butter paper to line the baking try (optional)
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven at 180 degree C for 10 minutes
  2. Add oats, whole wheat flour, butter, almond powder and sugar in a wide bowl. Mix them thoroughly
  3. Add approximately 1 tablespoon of milk and then check the mix. If you are able to make cookies/ balls out of the mix, we do not need to add more milk. Else, add a little more milk and try to make the balls
  4. Take some mixture in your hand and give it ball shape and then flatten the ball a little. Do try to smooth out the outer corners
  5. Arrange all the cookies on the baking tray (lined with butter paper ) or greased with a little bit of ghee or butter
  6. Decorate the cookies with poppy seeds and black sesame seeds. One can also use almonds, pistachios or raisins
  7. We need to bake them at 180 degree Celsius for total 18 to 20 minutes. Do check them after 10 minutes and flip the cookies (to cook the other side evenly). Once the cookies turn golden brown on the edges they are done. We can take them out from oven and let them cool on a cooling rack
  8. Our cookies are ready to be served
Serving Options:

  • These oats cookies can be served with a glass of hot milk and a fruit (like apple or banana). Makes a complete meal
  • One can also break them into pieces and add it to milk (like chocos or cornflakes)
  • One can also serve them with a milkshake or juice
  • The cookies can also be served as teething biscuits for babies above 1o months. Kindly monitor the babies while eating to avoid any choking accidents

Store them in an airtight container well within the reach of your toddlers and family members. They store up well for 10 days but I promise they will get over well before that.

You can also try our coconut biscuits for babies and toddlers.

Please try out these oats cookies for babies or kids. Let us know in comments if your little one liked it.

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About Author

Neha is a Management graduate and a professional working in a reputed IT firm. She is a mother of a five year old son and 2 years old daughter. She believes in giving family a priority over work and has a passion for writing & cooking. She strongly believes that a rich diet is essential for growing kids and believes that innovation in kitchen is necessary to keep kids away from the junk food .

25 Comments

  1. Can I make the same cookies by using oats powder… which I have made from still cut oats… and can I use ghee instead of butter???

  2. Hi Neha,
    The recipe looks very interesting. I want to try it out for my 8 month old daughter. Have you tried it in air fryer? If yes, can you please share the baking time and temperature.
    Thanks!

  3. Hi tried the receipe but the cookies were very crumbly. Can’t even pick them in one piece. Why do u think this happened?

  4. Rupal Agrawal on

    Hi sangeetha,
    Can you please tell me it is rolled oats or steel cut? We are planning to travel I would try this at home first and if my baby likes I will carry it. Thanks in advance. Your blog has answered lots of my worries and queries. Love it!

    • Hello Rupal,
      For the recipe , I had used Quaker rolled oats . Steel cut oats will take longer time to cook nd may not suit the recipe. Happy cooking.
      Best ,
      Neha C

  5. Ive just made these and they are SO easy! Espesh for a novice like me! They r delicious and i cant wait to try them at snack time today! Im sure my 10 month old is going to enjoy them. Pls keep the recipes coming! Thanks again!

    • Hello Shanny,

      Thanks for reverting back with the feedback.

      I am so glad that you liked the cookies . Hope your little one likes it too 🙂

      Enjoy Cooking .

    • Hello Shanny,

      Thanks for reverting with the feedback

      I am so glad that yoy liked the cookies . Hope your little one likes it too.

      Happy Cooking

  6. great dish Nehaa,Thanks to u for sharing for all of us,really its look v yammmii,
    all the best ,v are waiting new Swaad of India.

    • Hello Sharaddha

      Thanks for all you wishes & really appreciate your positive feedback on the recipe.

      I will surely try to post more such recipes.

    • Hello Swathi,

      You can try the recipe without oven too . It will not turn crisp though. (Cookies are generally made using the Oven only. )

      Also , do cook the cookies on low flame till golden brown.

      you can also try rolling them a little .

  7. looks so yumm and would love to try this recipe as I am a novice baker! thanks. I would like to substitute poppy or sesame seeds with pure chocolate shavings maybe? 🙂
    also will use my convection microwave to bake them, wouls 180 deg C work for it?
    thx

    • Hello Prachi,

      I baked these cookies at 180 C in an OTG so i think convection microwave also it will work.
      Yes you can use your little one’s fav item as topping. Pure chocolate may melt away (i have not tried it though) . I would suggest to use choco chips if you have access to them . Tutty fruity also works fabulously well.Do let me know how it turned out for you.

      Thanks for the feedback . Hope the cookies are a Success 🙂

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