Chocolate Spelt Cookies | © 2013 |

Change the grains in your favourite chocolate chip cookies by using a mix of white spelt flour and oat flour instead of the traditional all-purpose flour. These cookies are slightly chewy with a nice firmness. To jazz up those plain cookies and to use up all the holiday leftovers, I have used some melted white chocolate and sprinkles for the topping. Enjoy them with a glass of milk.

  • 250 Butter, softened
  • 155 g Caster sugar
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 250 g White spelt flour
  • 50 g Oat flour
  • 35 g Dutch cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • White chocolate couverture
  • Sprinkles, optional
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350C/. Line two oven trays with baking paper.
  2. Use an electric mixer to beat the butter, sugar and vanilla in a medium bowl until creamy and pale in colour. Add the spelt flour, oat flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and baking soda and stir to combine.
  3. Roll tablespoonsful of mixture into balls and place on the prepared trays, leaving 3-cm between each cookie. Use the palm of your hand to gently flatten.
  4. Bake for 15 minutes or until firm to the touch, swapping trays halfway through cooking. Remove from oven and set aside on trays to cool completely. Cool cookies on a wire rack.
  5. Cut the white chocolate couverture into smaller pieces and place in a bowl set over a saucepan of simmering water. Stir frequently with rubber spatula until fully melted.
  6. Spread white chocolate icing over each cookie and sprinkle with sprinkles. Set aside for 30 minutes to set. | © 2013 | | © 2013 |


Yi @ Yi Reservation 9/1/14 05:33

Can cookies get any prettier than these? Although I've been eating soups all week long just to stay warm enough, I always have room for delicious cookies such as these! Thanks for sharing

Nammi 9/1/14 06:05

its cookie time!!!, my boys would love these!! not sure if I can find spelt around here though. but love the colourful topping!!

Wer SAHM 9/1/14 06:33

looks fab.... tempting chocolate cookies

Elzbieta Hester 9/1/14 06:36

They look pretty jazzy to me. Just right for the Carnival! That white chocolate...yummy :) ela

Medeja 9/1/14 08:02

These cookies look great! I think they would be gone very fast with tea :)

Asha Shivakumar 9/1/14 08:41

The cookies look awesome and so colorful. I need to use more spelt in baking. You have so many great recipes using that grain. Lovely Angie. Pinning ofcourse.

Rosa's Yummy Yums 9/1/14 08:44

Pretty and divine looking! A great combination of flours.



Anonymous 9/1/14 10:11

I also love the combo of light spelt flour with oat flour, Angie! Your festive cookies look so wonderful & I love how you iced them & decorated them too! Another must make!
I also made your spelt challah yesterday & loved it so much! My husband Peter agreed with me! xxx

Ann Low 9/1/14 10:38

Yummy! These spelt cookies look so pretty and I bet are very delicious too!

Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes 9/1/14 10:55

This past year I like to add some whole grain flour to any cookie or cake recipe that allows it. These are so cute Angie! Great for a kids party

Angela @ My Golden Pear 9/1/14 11:50

I know two little people who would love a batch of these :-) great recipe. All the best for 2014 Angie.

Christian Simple 9/1/14 12:54

Cookies!!! I'm sure my kids will love this :). Thanks for sharing!! Btw are you a personal chef in austin?

easyfoodsmith 9/1/14 13:02

Fallen in love with these festive looking pretty and who could ever refuse chocolate ;-)

Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 9/1/14 13:24

How fun to use different flours and chewy is the way I prefer my cookies. These are beautiful Angie.

Lite Home Bake 9/1/14 13:59

These cookies spell fun, they are bright and cheery!

CQUEK 9/1/14 14:08

This is one of my very favorite dishes.

Barbara 9/1/14 14:21

Cute idea, Angie. I don't know why I don't mix my have talked me into it!

Ilke 9/1/14 14:37

Although I am done with cookies until next Christmas, these look cute and tempting :)

Yelena Strokin 9/1/14 14:56

I love to bake with a different flours, so many of them these days-) Your cookies look outstanding!

Alida 9/1/14 15:09

What a feast of colours Angie! And what a lovely texture they must have with the spelt flour. It is ideal for children's (and adults of course!) parties.

TasteHongKong 9/1/14 15:52

I should feel less guilty even I eat more of these.

Eva Taylor 9/1/14 17:42

What a great idea Angie, you really are an accomplished baker! I wonder, do the cookies have a crackle finish on top? That crackle finish is really popular right now and a super chocolatey cookie would be perfect!

Sokehah Cheah 9/1/14 17:51

Awesome cookies. It's sure gonna be a hit amongst kids!

wok with ray 9/1/14 17:53

These are just cookies and look how pretty they are. You are amazing, Angie! :)

Hema 9/1/14 18:11

Very colorful and delicious cookies..

Elisabeth Foodandthrift 9/1/14 18:27

Angie, your gorgeous cookies are truly 'holiday festive' that can be enjoyed all year round! Love the recipe, and the superb, bright, and colorful photos! (pinned; of course) xo

Alex 9/1/14 18:32

Angie, they look so good. Just LOVE the cookie tower. :)

the Squishy Monster 9/1/14 18:35

What a way to have your spelt! Lovely recipe, Angie!

Finla 9/1/14 19:32

I don't remember the last time i made cookies and yours looks so good.

Ashley 9/1/14 20:16

I love chewy cookies! I haven't made any cookies since Christmas ... I think it may be time! Love the white chocolate and sprinkles.

Beth 9/1/14 20:20

Such pretty cookies!

Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 9/1/14 21:12

I agree with your other visitors - these cookies are lovely! Thanks for the tips about substituting oat flour for regular flour - always a great idea!

Cheap Ethnic Eatz 9/1/14 21:12

Disguising a healthy flour mix with adorable sprinkles! Love it, I'll have a whole plate please.

Daniela Grimburg 9/1/14 21:27

The cookies look so cute and tempting, impossible to resist :)

Catherine 9/1/14 22:00

Dear Angie, These cookies look festive and delicious! Blessings dear, Catherine xo

My Inner Chick 10/1/14 00:21

SO pretty.
Angie, everything you make is delectable & magical! Xx

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 10/1/14 00:39

I have to get more creative with mixing flours as you do, Angie! Your cookies are charming and so cheerful at this time of year. I love how thick and chewy they look!

Gloria Baker 10/1/14 00:52

I love these cookies Angie!!! look amazing really lovely!!
I have to make some cookies!xx

Jasna Varcakovic 10/1/14 01:09

Colourful and desirable ; would like to try them with my coffee.

Mary Callan 10/1/14 01:59

These are gorgeous!! and no eggs - fabulous!
Mary x

Rosita Vargas 10/1/14 02:30

Una gran delicia y combinaciòn tiene un aire delicioso muy bueno ,abrazos.

Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 10/1/14 03:26

These are so fun! I swore off cookies after Christmas, but I might have to make an exception now. :)

Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 10/1/14 03:28

What a fun way to dress up healthier cookies Angie - wishing you well in 2014!

mjskit 10/1/14 04:09

My husband prefers chewy cookies over crisps one, but I've never been very successful with them. I'll have to try your recipe. These cookies look so very yummy and I love the decorations! So clever! :)

Dawn Yucuis 10/1/14 04:15

Your cookies look lovely with the white chocolate and sprinkles. I love a nice chewy cookie.

Dina 10/1/14 05:14

i want to try different flours. these sound great!

Balvinder Ubi 10/1/14 05:28

Love the fact that you played around with different flours and created a delicious and colorful chocolate chip recipe.

kitchen flavours 10/1/14 06:54

Such lovely cookies, so festive and colourful!

Julia | 10/1/14 07:53

Oh, Angie, you and your recipes using spelt flour! i am in love!

Anonymous 10/1/14 10:06


Lenia 10/1/14 12:37

So pretty and yummy!

Amy (Savory Moments) 10/1/14 12:50

I have both of these flours in my cupboard right now! These cookies look tasty, and, as always, I love that you are always featuring different grains in your baked goods!

Joanne 10/1/14 12:58

I want these as an after-work snack!

Food For Tots 10/1/14 13:37

They look so pretty and colourful!! Great idea to use up those holiday leftovers!

Jenn S 10/1/14 13:48

I wish I had a large plate full of these right now... they look so incredibly good!!

Anne Regalado 10/1/14 15:23

Angie , these cookies look wonderful ! Those colorful candy topping makes me smile :D Will pin it , okay ?!

Kathy 10/1/14 16:18

These are just lovely, Angie! Give me a chewy cookie anytime…sounds delicious!

Fimère 10/1/14 20:30

ils sont superbes à croquer
bonne soirée

Monica 10/1/14 23:50

Love your alternate flour suggestions. I really need to work on that. These cookies look so pretty!

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tigerfish 11/1/14 03:28

You are very good with aal the different types of flour (and alternatives) in your bakes :)

CJ - Food Stories 11/1/14 05:59

Never heard of white spelt but I'll keep my eyes out for it b/c these look great :)

Sue 11/1/14 07:01

Fabulous photos, as usual:) These cookies looks so bright, cheery and delicious! Happy New year Angie!

Angie Schneider 11/1/14 10:16

@Eva Taylor Just a little crackle, but nothing like the crackles on those ginger cookies.

Mich PieceofCake 11/1/14 10:20

Angie, I could eat a dozen of these cookies!

Tessa 11/1/14 15:42

Beautiful cookies Angie! I love the bright festive colors!

Debra Eliotseats 11/1/14 16:14

As always, these look delicious!!!

Katerina 11/1/14 18:27

I so much would love to have couple of them now that I am drinking my hot chocolate!

Stephanie @ Henry Happened 11/1/14 20:17

Trading out the flour in cookies is such a good idea - I bet the kids would never know! And, hello, how cute are these? Sprinkles makes everything better!

Chris Scheuer 11/1/14 21:56

These are so cheerful looking, they just make me smile Angie!

[Reply] 11/1/14 22:04

I wish I had a couple of these cookies right now. I am craving something sweet :-)

Cathleen 11/1/14 22:23

Wow, these cookies are gorgeous! I thought I was all cookied-out from Christmas, but I bet I could still eat these no problem ;)

Sonia 12/1/14 00:36

Hi Angie, This is a terrific post ! Loved ur cookies and the pictures ! It's wonderful to see your each and every post. Hope to see more of your creative endeavors ! Wish you and your family a very Happy and Blessed New Year!!!
Thanks & Regards, Sonia !!!

Gina 12/1/14 02:24

Makes me want to step outside the box and experiment with white spelt flour. And, as I have said before: "chocolate cures everything!" These look wonderful Angie.

Liz Berg 12/1/14 03:59

So festive topped with candies, Angie! And I'm curious about the combo of spelt and oat flour...I'd love to try this!

Esther Lau 12/1/14 05:13

Angie, these cookies looks beautiful and colourful, also very tempting :)

Cooking Rookie 12/1/14 09:57

Such happy colorful yummy cookies - love them! I wish I could have one now with that glass of milk. Make it 2.. or 3 :-)

Erica 12/1/14 15:09

Those cookies are so cute, Angie! My kids wold love them!

Terra 12/1/14 17:53

I love the idea of changing up the flours, what a fun idea, and such a fun looking cookie!! Beautiful, Hugs, Terra

Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 12/1/14 20:04

Lovely photos as usual Angie! I love the idea of changing the flour to get a whole new take on the cookies!

motherrimmy 12/1/14 21:24

Chocolate anything and I'm happy. I love your decorations. What fun!

Choclette 12/1/14 21:27

Those look delicious Angie. I do like a good chewy oat cookie. I've not come across oat flour though, so that's interesting. Will have to look out for it.

Reeni Pisano 13/1/14 02:27

Beautiful and delicious cookies with the white chocolate topping! I am trying to use up my holiday supplies too.

The Yum List 13/1/14 03:11

These cookies just make you want to have fun eating them.

sprinklesandsauce 13/1/14 03:28

Great cookies! You love using spelt,don't you?!

Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 13/1/14 04:00

I love that these are chocolate, major yum!

Soni 13/1/14 16:11

Love that these cookies are healthier and they look absolutely delicious Angie!!Would love to try some :)

Anonymous 13/1/14 21:40

It is fabulous how you combine the traditional with the new!

Cass @foodmyfriend 13/1/14 23:19

I love these! I will have to fill up the cookie jar soon and they look perfect.

Koko 14/1/14 02:38

Chocolate chip cookies made with spelt are actually my favourite! I haven't tried them with oat flour additionally, though. That sounds really awesome! These are decorated so cute, I wish I could dig in right now!

Blog do Chocolate 15/1/14 10:27


I loved the flour mixture, looks healthier and delicious !
The cookis are lovely !


Krystle(Baking Beauty) 17/1/14 05:06

These are so cute and sound yummy! I adore cookies, but have never tried any with spelt

Amelia 17/1/14 05:17

Hi Angie, your cookies look so pretty and addictive. As usual lovely presentation. :))

Have a nice week ahead.

Ann Jones 18/1/14 03:37

I love using oat flour in baking! Your cookies are beautiful :)

Danielle @ TheCharmItSpot 6/2/14 23:13

Wow, these cookies sounds really good! And they look adorable too! This was a great find!


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