Biscuits and cookies are always everyone’s favourite. Multigrain biscuit is an healthier one when compared to other biscuits. Today is my dear parents’ wedding anniversary and I dedicate these heart- shaped biscuits to them. They are my backbone and strength.
Parents are the only persons in this world who shower unconditional love upon us and whom we can trust completely. When we are sick, they ask us now and then about our health, when we are upset, they listen to us patiently. If there is no call from us, they will become restless. This kind of love and care can be showered only by our parents. Nobody in this world can take their place. Sometimes, we live in this world, only for them.
I thank my dear amma appa for supporting and encouraging me in every single step I take. You always guide us but never dominate. I started writing this blog because of your support and encouragement. We are lucky and blessed to be your children. Nobody in this world can take your place.
Happy happy wedding anniversary from your children – Cheeru, Ranju and Krish…
Wheat flour – 45 gm
Rice flour – 45 gm
Ragi flour – 45 gm
Oats – 45 gm
Cornmeal flour – 45 gm
Margarine – 150 gm
Sugar – 100 gm
Salt – To taste
Milk powder – 15 gm
Baking powder – 1/2 tsp
Milk – 32 ml
Food colour – 2 drops(if necessary)
Essence – 1 tsp
- Weigh all the dry and wet ingredients separately.
- Mix fat and sugar well. Then add all the ingredients into a bowl and mix well.
- Knead them well into a soft dough.
- Make balls and roll it out like a roti.
- With the help of a cookie cutter, cut them to a desired shape.
- Pre-heat the oven at 200 degree celsius for 3 minutes.
- Arrange the shaped cookies on a baking tray.
- Bake them at 140 degree celsius for 25-30 minutes.