Kamut Almond Cookies


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Made with whole wheat kamut flour and ground almonds, and sweetened with honey and stevia instead of granulated sugar, these cookies, adapted from Taste, are quite filling and so much healthier than most traditional cookies. You won't feel bad eating a few of them at one go with a glass of buttermilk.

  • 60 g Coconut oil, melted
  • 140 g Honey
  • 190 g Kamut grains, ground into flour
  • 10 g Cocoa powder
  • 100 g Almond meal
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 0,5 g Pure stevia extract
  • 1/2 tbsp Ground cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp Freshly finely grated ginger
  • 1 tbsp Milk
  • Coloured sprinkles
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Melt coconut oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Increase heat to medium-high. Stir in honey and bring to the boil. Remove from heat. Allow to cool for 10 minutes.
  2. Sift kamut flour, cocoa powder, almond meal, baking soda, stevia extract and cinnamon together into coconut oil mixture. Add in freshly grated ginger and milk. Stir until well combined. Cover and set aside for 1 hour or until dough is firm.
  3. Place sprinkles in a shallow dish. Roll level tablespoons of mixture into balls. Roll balls in sprinkles to coat evenly. Place balls, 3cm apart, on a large parchment-lined baking tray. Bake for about 15 minutes until golden brown. Cool on trays for 5 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.

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74 comments:

Nammi 18/4/14 05:29

kamut grains? what on earth is that? have to check now. Always learning something new from you :) have a nice week end. My little one would go mad to see those cute sprinkles, good way to teach the alphabet ehhe

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mjskit 18/4/14 05:36

OOOOOHHHHHH - more cookies!!! You're killing me Angie! Another awesome cookie recipe!

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Connie the Cookie Monster 18/4/14 06:17

ahh! the letter sprinkles are so cute!

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Elzbieta Hester 18/4/14 07:25

They are begging to be dipped in that glass of milk...I would savor every bite. The cookies look mighty good, Angie! :) ela@GrayApron

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Amy Clark 18/4/14 07:36

These are absolutely adorable! I love using ground almonds in recipes.

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kitchen flavours 18/4/14 08:40

Hi Angie,
Lovely cookies, another healthy bake from you!

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Jessica Hylton 18/4/14 09:02

These cookies are adorable and look delicious! Love the idea of using Kamut!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 18/4/14 11:11

Pretty cookies! A very interesting combination.

Cheers,

Rosa

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sophiesfoodiefiles 18/4/14 11:33

Tasty looking hralthy Kamut cookies,...ooh yes! I love the coloured sprinkels on top too! Great to be enjoyed with a good café latte!

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Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 18/4/14 12:11

Wow, these really caught my eye. I've never used kamut flour before. Great recipe Angie.

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Lite Home Bake 18/4/14 12:26

These cookies look so cheery and festive! Very pretty :)

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Sam Hoffer @ My Carolina Kitchen 18/4/14 13:15

The colored sparkles are so pretty and you're right, these cookies would go great with a glass of buttermilk.
Sam

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 18/4/14 13:16

These look like substantial cookies - so maybe I won't need to eat more than a few with milk! Love those sprinkles - so cute. Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Easter Angie!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 18/4/14 14:44

These cookies could almost be a meal, I bet they are delicious with the ground kamut. Very creative!

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Ann Low 18/4/14 15:09

WOW! These cookies are so pretty and healthy too. Wish I can have some right now :D

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Catherine 18/4/14 15:14

Such delicious cookies. I love almond. They are beautiful to place on the Easter table.
Happy and blessed Easter holiday to you my dearest. Hugs, Catherine xo

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 18/4/14 15:21

Great cookies, love anything with almond meal in it. And those sprinkles are too cute!

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 18/4/14 15:38

I find something new and delicious every time I come to visit you, Angie. I love the healthy aspect to these beautiful cookies. I am using more and more almond meal in my baking. It's one of my favorite baking ingredients. Happy Easter.

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Mijú 18/4/14 15:47

Angie tus cookies estupendas.
Un saludito

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 18/4/14 15:49

Angie, these look wonderful, with or without the cute sprinkles! I still haven't gotten around to trying two grains--millet and this one, kamut. Soon!

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kumars kitchen 18/4/14 16:24

adorable little cookies and with those colorful sprinkles on top...a must try soon,thanks for sharing :-)

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Pam 18/4/14 17:21

They look so fun & tasty!

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Susan 18/4/14 17:39

Thanks to you dear friend, I have Kamut to make these cookies, which will be a big hit with my grands! XOXO

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Ashley 18/4/14 20:43

Umm how awesome are those sprinkles?? So fun! And the cookies sound wonderful too : ) Have a fantastic weekend!

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Priya Suresh 19/4/14 00:06

Love that alphabets sprinkles, scrumptious cookies.

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Gloria Baker 19/4/14 05:09

Angie these cookies look amazing love the colors!!xo

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Gina Stanley 19/4/14 06:32

Another new grain for me to try. Wish we had a bigger variety in my market. You find the best stuff. These sound really good. Hope you have a happy Easter.
-Gina-

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Esther Lau 19/4/14 13:24

So cute the colorful alphabets and look yummy as well :)

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Muna Kenny 19/4/14 15:51

First of all, these cookies look so cute. Second, thanks for reminding me of Kamut, I've forgotten that it exists and is so healthy :)

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 19/4/14 20:01

These cookies are too cute! So colorful :)

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Rebecca Subbiah 19/4/14 22:53

these are adorable and that's a new flour to me have a great easter

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Jasna Varcakovic 20/4/14 01:44

Great combination; Happy Easter Angie!

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Jeanette 20/4/14 01:49

I've never tried kamut in cookies - love the idea! These are so Spring happy with the sprinkles Angie!

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savynaturalista 20/4/14 02:52

Lovely cookies Angie! I especially love the alphabets! I bet they were so good :)

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Liz Berg 20/4/14 04:53

I'm always game for a new cookie idea...especially a healthy, delicious one! Happy Easter, my friend!!!

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Balvinder Ubi 20/4/14 06:18

They look too good. I make similar cookies with brown rice flour and ground almonds.

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What's Baking?? 20/4/14 06:21

Angie, you always do have interesting ingredients in your bakes. Kamut flour? what is it? have never heard of it.. always learn something new from you. Happy Easter!

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Lisa H. 20/4/14 11:04

looks much better and yummier than the original :D

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Kelly 20/4/14 13:19

These cookies look adorable Angie! I love the pretty sprinkles and what a great idea to use kamut - I've never tried that before but I can imagine it tastes fantastic especially with almonds :)

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Elisabeth Pregadio 20/4/14 15:52

Angie, I wish I could have a plate of your lovely and yummy cookies. Love the cute colorful alphabet on top. Happy Easter, dear friend, to you and hubby! xoxo

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Pam 21/4/14 02:45

Mmmm! They're great cookies and almonds are the best, And the sprinkles had a great touch! Thanks for the recipe!

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The Yum List 21/4/14 06:11

I keep hearing about Kamut but have yet to try it.

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Man Ridwan 21/4/14 12:33

Coconut oil in the cookies,another Yummy recipe :)

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Joanne 21/4/14 13:33

What delightful little sweet treats! I especially love those fun sprinkles!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 21/4/14 15:58

How fun looking cookies. Loving the pop of color.

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Hema 21/4/14 17:38

Another new ingredient for me, kamut flour, the cookies look so colorful and delicious..

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grace 21/4/14 18:44

i love those sprinkles! the cookies are pretty stellar too. :)

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afracooking 21/4/14 18:51

Kamut is a flour I have not yet used. But these cookies are really making me curious. They look fantastic - like everything you create :-)

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 21/4/14 19:20

These almond cookies look delicious... reaching out for one right now! :)

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Daniela Grimburg 21/4/14 20:17

Mmh, ground almonds add such a lovely touch to cookies.
But what is Kamut? Never heard of before, but it does make me curious.
Another great cookie recipe Angie , absolutely irresistible .

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Tze @ Awayofmind 21/4/14 20:45

oh my! first time for me to know about kamut flour! and i love the colourful alphabets on top of the cookies too!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 21/4/14 21:08

I love almond meal in baked goodies. These are such cheerful cookies and I'm sure no one would know that they didn't have sugar.

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Mary Callan 21/4/14 22:07

These look so gorgeous - I'm just beginning to learn about baking with different flours so this is perfect!
Mary x

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fimère .b 21/4/14 22:14

jolie combinaison ils sont à croquer
bonne soirée

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Yelena Strokin 21/4/14 23:04

I love how you use all good flours and healthy ingredients in you recipes. Thank your for inspiration-)

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Chris Scheuer 22/4/14 00:24

These cookies are not only healthy, they're really fun and pretty too Angie!

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Norma Chang 22/4/14 00:30

You must have a huge pantry to store so many different variety of flours, nuts, seeds, etc. that you use in your baking and cooking.

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Juliana 22/4/14 01:25

These cookies look so pretty, and I like the idea that they are healthier...I sure would have a few extras...
Have a great week Angie :D

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Erin | The Law Students Wife 22/4/14 02:38

LOVE Kamut. I eat the berries often, but haven't tried the flour yet. Can't wait to give it a shot!

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Jess Bakericious 22/4/14 03:33

Angie, your cookies look like mini cupcake, the alpha sprinkles are so eye catching!

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ray 22/4/14 04:15

These cookies look so cute and delicious. And yes, milk is perfect for these little guys. :)

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Christine Ho 22/4/14 04:15

Another healthy and yummy treat, Angie.
Sourcing Kamut grains might be a problem here. Uh, too bad.

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Mich PieceofCake 22/4/14 06:18

These cookies look so crisp and delicious!

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Nippon Nin 22/4/14 19:23

I don't know kamut grain either. I would live to find out more. This is very cute cookies, love it!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 23/4/14 01:26

These sound great, but I've never tried kamut before. What does it taste like?

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Reeni 24/4/14 04:03

These chocolate almond cookies look wonderful Angie! Those alphabet sprinkles are adorable too - save a few for me! :-)

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Mireya @myhealthyeatinghabits 24/4/14 19:43

Hi Angie,
I see your comments on many of the blogs that I visit so I thought it was time that I get over and see what you're doing. It's looks like we both are interested in healthy food. I really like your use of kamut flour.

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Sue 25/4/14 02:07

These look so fun and delicious! Love the sprinkles!

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Terra 30/4/14 04:18

I love how fluffy the cookie is, they look delicious! What a lovely recipe! Hugs, Terra

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Rosita Vargas 21/5/14 03:09

Galletitas adorables y con esos colores alegres es lo que andaba buscando para mañana 21 de mayo feriado nacional aquí ,su pan de quinoa es una maravilla,abrazos y gracias por compartir esta linda receta.

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http://platanosmangoes.com 24/5/14 22:20

They do look delicious and your presentation is spot on

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