Easy oven-less chocolate biscuits

Easy oven-less chocolate biscuits
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Many mothers often struggle to prepare different and delicious tea-time snacks for their kids. Biscuits have always been the favourite snack of children and mothers are only too happy to serve them store-bought biscuits. However, some kids don't like snacking on biscuits. Try out this simple recipe of chocolate biscuits which could be baked without an oven. These crispy biscuits are delicious and would surely be enjoyed by your kids.

Ingredients

½ cup butter

¾ cup jaggery powder

1 ½ cup wheat flour

1 ¼ tsp baking powder

4 tbsp cocoa powder

3 tbsp milk

For filling

1 cup roasted peanuts

2 tbsp cocoa powder

4 tbsp jaggery powder

1 tbsp coconut oil

Hot water as required

Preparation

Mix the butter and jaggery powder in a bowl

Sieve the wheat flour, cocoa powder and baking powder together into it

Mix well

Add the milk and mix it into soft dough

Add a tablespoon of milk if required

Place some dough on a sheet of butter paper and roll it in medium thickness

Cut out biscuits in desired shapes

Place a vessel with thick bottom on the stove

Heat it up on medium flame for 5 minutes with the lid on

Place a stand inside this vessel

Arrange the biscuits in a greased tray and place it on the stand

Bake for 20 minutes

The baking time would alter depending upon the thickness of the dough and the vessel

Take the lid off after 15 minutes and check whether the biscuits are baked

The biscuits are done when it changes color and rises up a bit

Allow the baked biscuits to cool down completely, else it would crumble

To prepare the filling add roasted peanuts into a blender and crumble it

Into it add the cocoa powder, jaggery powder and coconut oil

Blend well

Add the hot water and mix well to attain desired consistency

Pipe this filling over a biscuit and place another one over it.

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