The Eggless basic cookie dough that I discovered some years back is like have a genie in the pocket! I have made so many varieties of cookies using this basic dough and here is yet another one – Eggless Black Raisin Cookies Recipe.

I had a huge pack of Dark raisins and thought of using it in something so that it can feature as a post on the blog. When I was looking for cookie ideas I saw a similar one on Tarla Dalal’s site and decided to make mine with the cookie dough batch I made for this event – Bakeathon.

I usually make a batch and divide it into 5 portions and cling wrap each portion and freeze. When I need to bake, I thaw it on the kitchen counter and use flavors / add ons as needed and the cookie is done in a matter of minutes!!


Black Raisin Cookies Recipe

Here is how to prepare Black Raisin Cookies Recipe

I used:

Eggless basic cookie dough – 180 grams
Dark / Black raisin, finely chopped- 3 tablespoons
Slivered almonds as needed

  1. Take the cookie dough and the chopped raisin in a bowl and mix to combine. If you have difficulty bringing it together, add a few drops of milk.
  2. Divide the dough into 2 balls and roll out each into a 1/2cm thickness sheet.
  3. Use cookie cutters to punch out different shapes.
  4. Place them on a tray lined with parchment paper.
  5. Place an almond sliver on each cookie.
  6. Bake at 180 degree C in a pre heated oven for 8-10 minutes or till the bottom and the edges is light brown
  7. Transfer onto a cooling rack.Store in an air tight container once cooled.

Black Raisin Cookies Recipe

Note

  • The cookies will be soft as soon as they are baked. It will turn crunchy once it cools down.
  • The yield will depend on the size of cookie cutter used.
  • The baking time will vary depending in the size and thickness of the cookie.
  • Using Almonds is optional but it adds a nice crunch to the cookies.

 

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11 thoughts on “Eggless Black Raisin Cookies Recipe”

  1. Yes, having that cookie dough in the freezer is so convenient. Whenever the baking bug bites, you can bake cookies. I love the fact that you can change up the mix-ins to make a variety of them in no time.

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