Multigrain Mixed Nuts Cookies

These Multigrain Mixed Nuts cookies are perfect with a glass of milk or tea, and are on a super healthy side because they are made with unrefined raw cane sugar, nuts and as the name suggests Multigrain flour. These cookies are easy to make and delish to taste. They are awesome snack for kids as well as adults.


The best part is they are easy to make and does not take much of your time. Just prepare the dough and let it chill in fridge and later cut and bake! That simple 🤗


  • 130 grams Multigrain Flour
  • 110 grams butter
  • 105 grams raw cane sugar
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 25 grams cashews
  • 25 grams almonds
  • 25 grams pistachios(shelled)


  • First and foremost chop all the nuts, not very fine just medium size and keep asideIMG20180614203328.jpg
  • Take a large bowl and add butter, sugar and salt to it, start beating it with an electric beater or a hand whisk
  • Beat them until the butter is pale in color and looks a little fluffy
  • Now add the flour and mix well
  • If needed add a spoon full of milk to make the dough come togetherIMG20180614204511
  • Once the dough comes together add the chopped nuts to it and mix well
  • Now take a large parchment paper and make a log of the dough over it. Cover it completely and let it rest in fridge for at least an hour, chilling the dough well will help later in cutting cookies
  • After an hour or more take out the dough and cut ¼ inch pieces from it and line in baking tray
  • Bake in a preheated oven at 160 degrees for 14-17 minutes until they look nice and goldenIMG20180612122351
  • Time required may also depend upon your oven so be careful after 10 minutes of baking

Prepare them for your family and they will forget their favorite bakery biscuits 😊



Author: flavoredwithlovebypriyanka

A complete Foodie by heart who loves to eat and cook, and cook with all the seriousness and lots of love...

10 thoughts

    1. Hey.. thanks for reminding me that I forgot to mention the step of adding chopped nuts🤦 now updated🤗 yes you can add them once the dough comes together. If you add with the flour it will be little difficult to prepare the dough. I prefer adding them once the flour is all settled🙂


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