Cooking options for kefir

Cooking options for kefir

Cookies "Children's"

Prepare a simple and tasty cookies for children using the following recipe. Why "Baby"? It's simple, baking is soft and fluffy, which kids really like.

The following ingredients are required for cooking:

  • flour - 350 grams;
  • kefir - 200 grams;
  • soda - half a teaspoon;
  • vegetable oil - two teaspoons;
  • sugar - 100 grams.

First you need to beat well the sugar and kefirchik until you get a homogeneous mass, and all the sugar dissolves. After that, oil and vinegar quenched with soda is added. The dough is mixed again. Now you can add a little flour. The dough is stirred with a spoon, and when the flour remains very little, hands are used. You need to knead the dough until it stops sticking to your hands. The finished dough should rest in the refrigerator under the film for about half an hour, maybe a little less.

Dough circlesNow you can roll it. The reservoir is best done in half a centimeter thick.Cookies are made with a glass or tins and laid out on baking paper.

The oven warms up to 80 degrees and biscuits on kefir are put in it. The temperature rises to 180 degrees, and the dish is cooked for about 15 minutes. Now you can get it out of the oven, coat it with milk and put it back for another 5 minutes, until the baking becomes golden.

Using this recipe, you will get tasty cookies that will be appreciated by all members of the household, and in particular, toddlers.

Oatmeal Baking

Very simple and tasty will turn out cookies on kefir, if oatmeal is used in the dough. This dish will also be very useful.

The recipe involves the use of the following components:

  • kefir - 2/3 cup;
  • oatmeal - 3 glasses;
  • flour - 2 glasses;
  • sugar - 2 cups;
  • butter - 1 pack (250 grams);
  • eggs - 2 pieces;
  • honey - a few teaspoons;
  • extinguished soda - half a teaspoon.

So, cookies for kefir and oatmeal are prepared as follows. To begin with, the oil is melted in a water bath and cooled. Honey is added to the cooled and melted butter, then kefir, eggs and quenched soda. In a blender, oatmeal is slightly crushed and mixed with flour, sugar is also added there.

Oatmeal cookies on a wooden boardThe next step is to mix the dry and liquid mixture and mix well.From the resulting dough, small balls are formed, which are laid out on baking paper.

Top cookies can be sprinkled with cinnamon or sesame. It is baked for about 16-18 minutes at a temperature of 190 degrees. Put the dish in the already heated oven.

Nut cookies

Using nuts in baking is always a win-win. And the following recipe involves the use of walnut, which will give the dish an extraordinary taste.

So, you will need:

  • nuts, sugar and kefir - 1 glass each;
  • butter - 200 gr .;
  • extinguished soda - half a teaspoon;
  • flour - about 2 glasses.

Nutty biscuits on kefirThe recipe for making nut pastry involves chopping nuts. When this stage is completed, the nuts are small, sugar and kefir are added. The mass is mixed, then added oil, quenched soda and flour. As for the test, make it cool.

When the dough is ready, it is rolled into a layer, the thickness of which should be about half a centimeter. Cookies are cut out of the dough, which are laid on baking paper. A dish is baked in a heated oven (180 degrees) for about 20 minutes, until golden brown.

For beauty, you can sprinkle the finished pastries with powdered sugar.

Dietary option

If you are looking for a recipe for diet baking, then cookies in oatmeal are what you need. This dish contains very little fat and does not contain sugar, so it is perfect for those who are on a diet. To prepare you need the following ingredients:

  • oatmeal - 100 grams;
  • kefir - 100 grams;
  • honey - 2 tablespoons;
  • raisins - 40 grams;
  • Cinnamon - half a teaspoon.

For a start, oatmeal is poured with kefir, where honey, raisins and cinnamon are added. All this is mixed and left in the refrigerator for 15-20 minutes. When the time is up, small circles form from the dough. They are laid out on baking paper, which is covered with a baking sheet. The very same baking sheet is placed in a preheated oven (up to 180 degrees). The dish is cooked for 15-20 minutes, depending on the size of the cookies.

On average, 100 grams of the finished dish produces about 180 calories, of which 7 grams are proteins, 3.5 grams are fats, 43 grams are carbohydrates.

Yeast Cookies

Airy and soft cookies are obtained if you use a yeast baking recipe. In this case, the following components will be required:

  • kefir mass and sugar - a glass;
  • flour - three glasses;
  • dry yeast - ten grams;
  • vegetable oil - half a glass;
  • cinnamon can be used if desired.

Yeast Cookies with Kefir BaseSo, to make yeast cakes, you need to sift the flour and add the yeast to it. Kefir is blended separately with butter and sugar. After that, the liquid mass is combined with flour and mix thoroughly all together. The dough is left to rest for half an hour, after which it is rolled out and the molds are cut out.

Cookies are baked in a heated oven (180 degrees) for about 20 minutes.

Good appetite! Glad to be helpful!

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  • Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir

    Cooking options for kefir