Holi Snacks: Make some healthy snacks for kids on Holi, prepare pineapple cookies in less than 45 minutes..


Pineapple Cookies: The festival of Holi is just around the corner. In such a situation, everyone is engaged in the preparations for this festival. Sweet dishes are being made at home, such as laddoos, gujiyas, dumplings, but if you are thinking of making something light and healthy for the kids, then pineapple cookies will be the best. These cookies are so easy to make that they can be baked at home with just a few ingredients like flour, butter, sugar, pineapple chunks and pineapple essence. Ready in less than 45 minutes, these crunchy cookies can be baked even by people who don't have much cooking or baking knowledge. Pineapple Cookies can also be served at kitty parties, birthdays or can be packed for picnics and road trips.


Make some healthy snacks for kids on Holi
These cookies can be given to kids with a glass of milk and can even be enjoyed on their own with tea or coffee. It is even better for those who like pineapple fruit. Making these cookies is very easy. Many people do not like sweets on Holi, so cookies can be served for them too. In this article, we will tell you the easy way to make this cookie, so what is the delay, try this recipe.

Ingredients of Pineapple Cookies
550 grams all purpose flour
425 grams butter
1 tsp pineapple essence
230 g sugar
100 grams pineapple chunks


How to make Pineapple Cookies
To make cookies, first put butter and sugar in a pan. Mix them together until they become light and fluffy in texture. Sieve the flour in the butter-sugar mixture. Now slowly knead the flour into the creamed butter. Add chopped pineapple pieces and pineapple essence. Mix well to make cookie dough. Take out small portions from the dough, shape into cookies and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Bake cookies in preheated oven at 180 degree centigrade for 15-20 minutes. After the cookies are baked, take them out of the oven and let them cool down. Pineapple Cookies are now ready to be served. On the festival of Holi, eat these cookies yourself and also feed them to the children.