Kamut Pepita Tuiles


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Tuiles (French for 'tile') are wafer thin cookies that can be shaped over the handle of a rolling pin when warm from the oven. They are simple to make, and provide a crispy texture. I like these light and crunchy tuiles just as they are, but they go perfectly alongside the cheese dip, or as a garnish for the ice cream.

Kamut Pepita Tuiles

adapted from No Frills Recipes
  1. Whisk together the ground kamut and pure stevia powder. Make a well in the centre, add in the melted coconut oil, lightly beaten egg whites and vanilla. Add in pepitas and mix until well combined. Allow the mixture to rest for 30 minutes.
  2. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Spread the mixture about a teaspoonful at a time on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Spread them thinly and bake for 13-15 minutes or until crispy.
  3. Let cool in the baking sheet for 10 minutes before transferring onto a wire rack to cool completely. Store crisps in an air-tight cookie jar.

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77 comments:

Jasna Varcakovic 3/2/14 05:10

Great way for my daily intake (pepita helps my migraines)...Thanks Angie; looks excellent!

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Nammi 3/2/14 05:25

I love pepitas, these look delicious,

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noobcook 3/2/14 06:21

looks good! wishing you a happy and prosperous lunar new year.

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Asha Shivakumar 3/2/14 08:07

That is a great recipe for tuiles, very unique and original. Lovely. HAPPY MONDAY!!

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Ely 3/2/14 08:23

Oh these are amazing!!! <3 I love them!! Congratulations, tasty, healty and good!! <3

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Beena.stephy 3/2/14 08:48

Yummy and healthy recipe

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Lenia 3/2/14 08:57

This is very interesting!And of course healthy as always!
Have a lovely week,dear!

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Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 3/2/14 09:27

This is similar like the almond flakes crisp that I prepared earlier, next year I must remember to try this out using leftover egg white. Wishing you a Happy CNY and Gong Xi Fa Cai Angie!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 3/2/14 09:37

Very healthy and so addictive!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Medeja 3/2/14 10:53

I would like such crispy cookies! Oh..I imagine they would be very addictive :D

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 3/2/14 11:58

They look very crispy and crunchy! I love that it has Pepita!

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Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 3/2/14 12:36

I love pepitas too. I bet these had a very nice crunch. Lovely as always Angie.
Sam

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Vicki Bensinger 3/2/14 15:31

Wow Angie these are wonderful and so healthy. I love pepitas and while most of the tuiles I've had in the past are all delicate these actually have some substance to them. Great recipe!

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Caroline Taylor 3/2/14 15:45

I love these photos, they are wonderful. Would really like to try these too.

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Elisabeth Pregadio 3/2/14 17:02

Angie, these pepita tuiles look so crispy, crunchy, and super delicious! Love how they turned out...so delicate; yet they hold their shape and are so addictive!

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Pam 3/2/14 18:15

They look and sound so delicious!

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Mijú 3/2/14 18:41

que buenas con las semillas de calabaza.
Un saludito

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Norma Chang 3/2/14 20:10

How did you manage to stack the cookies so high without any tumbling down?

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Lady Lilith 3/2/14 20:11

I have never tasted kamut before but since I like sunflower seeds and nuts, I am sure I will love this as well.

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Shibi Thomas 3/2/14 20:18

That's a healthy Tuiles recipe!!! Nice to see you come up these healthy combinations every time :)

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My Kitchen Stories 3/2/14 20:59

My goodness you come up with some good ideas , girl!. How green and delicous

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 3/2/14 21:14

This is the most creative interpretation of tuiles I have ever seen lol, they look great especially with the pepitas.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 3/2/14 21:21

Lovely tuiles Angie! I adore the pepitas and these would be perfect along side a salad, or dip or anything!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 3/2/14 21:27

A delicious and healthy snack! I love pepitas too.

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Alida 3/2/14 22:17

I love them! They look just my kind of thing. All those lovely seeds and crunchiness..mmm very nice indeed! ..oh and very original too!

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Catherine 3/2/14 22:44

Dear Angie, These cookies look delicious and oh so healthy!! Win, win!!

Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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Rosita Vargas 3/2/14 22:51

Galletas fantàsticas y aromàticas con pepitas me gusta muchoooooo,abrazos.

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Ashley 4/2/14 00:10

I love that you used pepitas in these! I keep meaning to try making tuiles but just never seem to get around to it!

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Liz Berg 4/2/14 01:57

Oh, yum! I adore seedy treats and your tuiles look amazing, Angie!

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Jessica @ Jessiker Bakes 4/2/14 02:05

I've never had kamut before, heard about it several times though! It looks great!

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Tammy 4/2/14 02:13

Wow Angie! These look so beautiful! I wish I could try them. Wonderful photos.

Toodles,
Tammy<3

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mjskit 4/2/14 04:56

This is a cookie I've never had before. Once again you've introduce me to another ingredient - kamut kernels? Need to look those up. I am a fan of anything with pepitas, so I'm sure these are quite tasty.

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Munatycooking 4/2/14 05:57

Healthy and must be yummy! I love pepitas :)

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Yi @ Yi Reservation 4/2/14 06:05

Stevia is the only sweetener I use nowadays but I have never used it for baking. These thin cookies look so delicious and healthy I'll have to try it myself. Thanks for sharing!

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Elzbieta Hester 4/2/14 10:17

I like your tile cookies. Thin...to keep you thin :) ela

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Amy (Savory Moments) 4/2/14 12:39

These are a very interesting and different cookie, Angie! I love pepitas so I know these would be yummy!

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Kelly 4/2/14 13:34

I love tuiles but have never tried making them - yours look amazing and I love how healthy they are, thanks for sharing Angie :)

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Barbara 4/2/14 14:08

Interesting recipe, Angie. Love pepitas, never thought to make tuiles with them...you are so clever! Never have heard of kamut, though...will look it up.

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Man Ridwan 4/2/14 14:11

First of all I miss a lot of your blog post, I've been so busy, Btw I've never heard kamut before, you always find interesting ingredients ;) looks crunchy and delicious!

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Jeannie Tay 4/2/14 14:12

THis looks delicious! I have tried making the almond flakes version and love it!

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Kitchen Belleicious 4/2/14 14:19

you always out do yourself. These look crunchy and nutty and flavorful and rich! How fun and delicious

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Amelia 4/2/14 14:26

Hi Angie, interesting recipe and very impressive presentation and display. 2 thumbs up for you.

Have a great week ahead,regards.

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Erica 4/2/14 14:36

Interesting and delicious! I love pepitas and would love to try these cookies!

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CQUEK 4/2/14 15:32

I will make this today!!

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Finla 4/2/14 16:57

Wowo such delcious and healthy biscuits, .

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Shashi Charles 4/2/14 17:46

Beautiful tuiles - gorgeous photos!

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ray 4/2/14 22:09

By default, your posts are always healthy and always guilt-free. Unlike others out there (ouch). Hahaha! You have a wonderful week, Angie. :)

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Juliana 4/2/14 23:37

Such a nice and healthy treat Angie...I love the idea of pepitas...yum!
Thanks for the recipe Angie...have a wonderful week :D

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 5/2/14 00:22

What a powerful snack. I have never bought Kamut before. I am pinning to remind myself to do and make these snacks. They look pretty simple and relish.

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Ann Jones 5/2/14 00:48

Pepitas are one of my favorite snack foods. They are a great combination of salty and crunchy :) These look delicious and like something I would love!

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Viviane 5/2/14 02:30

These look fantastic, Angie! What a healthy tuile...

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Reeni 5/2/14 03:04

These are the most interesting looking tuiles I ever saw! Love those pepitas peeking through! ;-)

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Dawn Yucuis 5/2/14 03:47

I have never eaten toiles before. But looking at you photos they look really yummy!

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Katerina 5/2/14 09:18

Your tuiles look very appetizing and the pepitas juzz them up a lot!

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Mich PieceofCake 5/2/14 10:43

I have never tried kamut flour... but it sure sounds delicious with the pepitas.

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Monica 5/2/14 13:19

I adore tuile and it must be so good with all those pepitas!

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easyfoodsmith 5/2/14 13:46

I read a tuile recipe long long time back but I believe your nutty recipe is far better.

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Joanne 5/2/14 13:49

I love tuiles but have never seen them with pepitas! These look great!

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Susan 5/2/14 15:28

I love Tuiles for their crunchiness and these look amazing. I transformed my Tuile recipe to make Red Velvet Fortune Cookies recently; are we on the same wave-length or what! XOXO

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Gloria Baker 6/2/14 01:17

absolutely beautifuL Angie!!

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Erin | The Law Students Wife 6/2/14 03:17

I love kamut berries, but have never tried grinding them. You are always so creative!

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motherrimmy 7/2/14 03:57

I love pepitas, and can eat them by the handful. It never occurred to me to make cookies with them. I can see I've been missing out.

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Sokehah Cheah 8/2/14 00:31

This addictive snack does wonders with ice cream! Drooling over your clicks!

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Sue 8/2/14 07:23

runchy nutty goodness! Beautiful photos too, Angie!

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Sue 8/2/14 07:23

That should be CRUNCHY:)

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afracooking 8/2/14 13:17

A fabulous healthy snack!

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Anne Regalado 8/2/14 15:18

Angie , those nutritious tuiles look fantastic ! Your exotic ingredients sounds really good though hard to find here :D

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Choclette 9/2/14 15:19

These sound fantastic Angie. I've still not got around to making tuiles of any description and now you've given me further food for thought.

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Hema 10/2/14 16:44

The cookies look fantastic, very new recipe for me..

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Alex 10/2/14 19:10

I wonder if these beauties can be made with vegetable oil instead of coconut oil or if the effect of doing that would be completely disastrous.

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Angie Schneider 10/2/14 19:13

@AlexButter would be a great substitute.

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 10/2/14 19:39

I would snack on these all day long! :)

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My Inner Chick 11/2/14 00:24

I have never heard of these before.
You make everything a bit more interesting, Angie. Xx

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Koko 26/2/14 22:45

These look so unique! Quite different from the tuiles I made in pastry school. They look like a bit of a heartier, healthier version. I would just love to try these!

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grace 5/3/14 20:45

i've never made tuiles, but i've always been enamored of them. excellent creation!

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