Kama flour cookies with chocolate
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I bought kama flour mix long time ago. I tried it in a few recipes, but cannot say that I was impressed. A lot of people say that they feel nutty flavour but I feel coffee flavour. 🙂
However, I have this flour at home, so needed to use somewhere. I even put it on a counter, to see it every day. So one day I decided to bake cookies with kama flour. But the first time I baked these cookies I messed up with flour quantity and instead of mililitres I measured in grams. Then I had to adjust wheat flour quantity. Anyway, cookies turned out very delicious and disappeared in a few days. Kids especially liked them.
This time I used whole spelt flour, just because whole wheat four I couldn’t get in our store. And measured everything in grams because it’s more convenient for me. I was surprised that I had to use more flour that it was noted in original recipe. Maybe it’s because of spelt flour. So I suggest to add spelt or wheat flour gradually and to see if more is needed.
Kama flour cookies with chocolate
Yields: 24 cookies
Calories: 86 kcal / serving
- 100 g butter, room temperature
- 100 g brown sugar
- 2 eggs
- 50 g dark chocolate, grated
- 70 g kama flour mix
- 1/2 tsp. baking powder
- 180 g whole spelt or wheat flour
- Preheat oven to 200°C temperature.
- Line baking tray with baking paper.
- Beat butter with sugar and eggs. Mix while sugar will dissolve.
- Add grated chocolate, kama flour and baking powder.
- Gradually add spelt or wheat flour, while you will get soft dough, which can be kneaded by hands.
- With wet hands, form dough balls and put on baking tray. Press balls with fingers and form cookies.
- Bake about 7-12 minutes, while the bottom will be brown.
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The first time I baked these cookies with my daugther. They were very delicious and very sweet. So next time I used less sugar, but they spread less while baking. Here I give you proportions with less sugar because I like when cookies are cookies and not candies 🙂 By the way, when I used hazelnuts my hubby said to leave them at home (didn’t let to take them to my work) 🙂 So it says everything about the taste of these cookies.
I bookmarked this recipe long ago. And this week everyday after work I thought to bake it, but… This weekend I said “now or never” and I’m happy to say that it was “now”. I baked it from half portion and made a mistake. When my hubby tasted it he said “I my God, you’ll have to bake it again”. The little one was crying near the empty plate pleasing for more 🙁 Good to know that I still have some cherries in the freezer, so they won’t have to wait very long 🙂
I’m happy and proud. This cake is not just tasty but very cute 🙂 It was made for my daughter’s 5th birthday. But presenting it only now because somewhere at this time my blog is celebrating 3 year old birthday and at the same time I celebrated my birthday anniversary. But this year birthday was different – I didn’t do anything, just celebrated 🙂
It was the first time when cake dissapeared so quickly. And even more – almost everyone asked for the recipe. 🙂 I was really pleased. So I write down here the recipe without a queue (in the queue there are five more recipes).
After a long term there comes the cookies which my daughter liked very very much. Other cookies for her a too dry, she likes only the ones with dried friuts or nuts, or seeds. My son is a “white flour boy”, he can eat all cookies and these cookies were not different 🙂 . Puffed rice gives these crunchy cookies some softness. Chocolate like always gives for the cookies some charminess and while cookies are warm it is still melted and that’s the way my daughter likes 🙂