Eggless Tutti Frutti Cookies

Right From Childhood tutti fruitti has been my favourite be it cake bread /cookies i love tutti frutti in everything...I usually bake these cookies along with snowballs & eggless coconut cookies  during Christmas but was craving for them badly so quickly baked them this morning  these cookies are too addictive you can't stop on one.. They jut melt in your mouth .along with tutti frutti I have added chopped cashews too .I also made some yummy dry fruits cookies which I will post it later.


Ingredients;
1 1/2  cup flour
1 tbsp custard powder (i used pineapple flavor)
1/2 cup + 1 tbsp butter (I used amul)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup tutti frutti
8-10 cashews chopped fine
1 tsp pineapple essence
1tbsp milk
 Method:
In  a bowl mix butter & sugar till creamy n fluffy .

Mix flour ,custard powder , tutti fruitti & essence to it.

Then add milk & mix to soft dough.

Cover the dough in foil /butter paper & Refrigerate for 30 min.

Dust the surface with the flour roll out the dough & cut in desired shapes with cookie cutters/with knife.

Gently press some tutti frutti & chopped cashews on top .

Place the cookies on lined baking tray leaving gaps in between.

Bake for 10-15 min/until the edges turn brown at 170 degree Celsius

Transfer them on cooling rack ,once cool transfer them in air tight containers.



Sending this to Haffas;s Event...Back to School


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29 comments:

  1. Delicious and yummy cookies, feel like eating them now...

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  2. I would love to have them now! Too tempting!

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  3. they look wonderful ,I would love to taste some...

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  4. So lovely and those colors; simply alive and kicking.

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  5. cookies luks lovely n tempting.kids loves this..

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  6. what a delicious cookies. love to make this one.

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  7. very colorful n cookies,yummy !!!

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  8. I've had these cookies in India.. they look so colourful and tempting.

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  9. looks so yumm.. I am sure they might have vanished in seconds....love it

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  10. These cookies look so cute...yes, very colorful!
    Have a wonderful week Gloria :D

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  11. Hi Gloria,

    Every piece of your cookies is so happily coloured... The green and red colour reminds me of Christmas :D

    Zoe

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  12. lovely, wonderful cookies.. yumm..

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  13. How cute.. I don't think I would be able to resist such cookies :)

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  14. Looks colorful and crispy coolies...... Nicely made!!

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  15. They look so pretty!! Very tempting! And thank you for stopping by my space today.:)

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  16. That is really beautiful cookies, Gloria love it.

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  17. Hi Gloria!
    It's been so long since anyone around here has even mentioned tutti frutti, lol...Love the touch of pineapple essence and of course they look so festive and yummy! Thank you so much for sharing, Gloria...

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  18. Colorfulll !! Thanku for linking these to my event Back to School Lunch Ideas

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  19. Can you please tell me how much is half cup butter...is it one pack of 100gms amul butter please hel

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  20. Can I bake it on parchment paper instead of foil because I have convection oven and I want to make half of the recipe and try so how long should I bake it on 180 degree because I don't have 170 degree

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    1. Yes you can line the baking tray with parchment and bake for 15 min or until done at 180 degree

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  21. And one more thing should I use powdered sugar or normal is fine

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    1. Powdered sugar preferred.
      U can just grind the normal sugar and use it..

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