Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe | How to Make Marble Cookies

Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe – According to Wikipedia Wiki’s mom never made marble cookies for him. He has had marble cake but not marble cookies. I have lucky kids. Their mommy made marble cake as well as marble cookies for them.

According to Vinipedia

A double-decker melt in mouth cookies! Gorgeous looks; divine taste!

EGGLESS MARBLE COOKIES

Let’s talk about Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe

After the grand success of eggless marble cake, I thought of trying my hands on another win win cookies.

(Me: Mr. Word, as we have win win situation, we also have win win cookies, so please allow me 2 win. Thank You!

Mr: I have no problem with the 2 win; put a hyphen in between them. Win-win, like so!

Me: I would have done that during editing. Of course I know it.)

I searched the recipe. As many recipes were there, that many ways of making Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe were there. I could select the recipe but was really confused about the technique. So I tried ways of making them.

As regards this recipe is concerned, what attracted me was the main ingredient-the cake flour, instead of all purpose flour. This time we are making cookies with cake flour, in future we will also try cake with cookie flour. Be with me guys, believe me, the fun has just begun.

Anyways, the recipe calls for cake flour and would not suggest using all purpose flour instead of cake flour as it would not give the melt in mouth wala texture. Making cake flour is very easy and is described in the recipe.

There are 4 ingredients and  4 methods of making the cookies. You can choose any of the 4. Methods obviously, not the ingredients. Come on, you know I am kidding.

This recipe has no baking soda or baking powder.

You are welcome!

You may also like eggless tutti frutti cookies, eggless tutti frutti cake, nankhatai etc.

The Beauty Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe

With just four ingredients you are getting these awesome cookies, what more can you ask for?

Nothing.

I thought so. But hey… surprise surprise. You also have 4 methods to choose from!I

And the Beast (the difficult part about this recipe)

How so ever fool proof the recipe may be, there is a little beast hidden inside every cookie which might make the cookies

  • Stick to one another while baking
  • Turn out shapeless
  • Be paper thin or hard
  • Too soft to handle
  • Black bottomed

The list is endless and will be updated every time one of my cookie experiments fails.

Experience and experiments (tips and tricks)

This list is constant for all the cookies and is repeated in all the cookies posts.

  • Line the baking tray with a parchment paper.
  • Do not place the dough on a warm baking tray. The tray should be at room temperature.
  • Measure the ingredients accurately.
  • Ensure the ingredients are at room temperature under otherwise stated in the recipe.
  • Every recipe has the INGREDIENTS section before the METHOD section. Why? Because the ingredients need to be collected before you start off with the baking part. Do that!
  • Follow the recipe. When it says cream the butter and sugar for 3 minutes on high speed, you cream the butter and sugar for 3 minutes on high. Simple!
  • Chill the dough when asked for. Do not skip this step how so ever desperate you are to bake the cookies.
  • The cookies are done when the edge brown but the center is slightly under cooked. Take them out of the oven.
  • Leave the cookies on parchment paper for 4-5 minutes before transferring to a cooling rack.

This list too is endless and will be updated with further experiments and experience.

Let’s just talk

I baked the cookies by 4 different methods and so I had to take pictures of the cookies prepared with each of the method. I arranged the cookies and started clicking. First of all I did the cookies with method 1. I clicked a few pictures and placed the plate on another table. Amy was watching me. Amy is my 9 years old daughter. She is being introduced because she has a very important role in this story.

I clicked picture with cookies prepared by method 2, then by method 3 and finally by method 4. After scrolling the images I thought of taking a few more pictures of the method 1 cookies.

I turned to pick the plate of c..o..o..k..i..e..s!

COOKIES!  COOKIES?  WHERE ARE THE COOKIES???

THE PLATE WAS EMPTY.

AMY HAD EATEN THE COOKIES.

But that’s what they were for!

A better picture would have made me happy but watching Amy relishing the cookies made me happier.

#happyhappierhappiest

EGGLESS MARBLE COOKIES RECIPE

Which is your favourite method?
Course                            Dessert, Snacks
Cuisine                           World
Prep Time                     15 Minutes + 30 Minutes of  Refrigeration 
Cook Time                     12 Minutes
Servings                         20 Cookies

INGREDIENTS FOR EGGLESS MARBLE COOKIES 

  • 7 tbsp or 100 g Butter
  • 1/4 cup or 60 g granulated sugar measure ¼ cup granulated sugar and powder it
  • 1/2 cup or 65 g cake flour {For 1 cup cake flour replace 2 tbsp of maida from 1 cup maida with 2 tbsp corn flour}
  • 1/2 cup plus 1 tbsp or 75 g cake flour
  • 1 tbsp or 10 g cocoa powder

HOW TO MAKE EGGLESS MARBLE COOKIES

  1. Take 7 tbsp butter (should be at room temperature) and beat it till its light.
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  2. Add 1/4 cup granulated sugar (powdered).
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  3. Beat the butter and sugar till light and fluffy.
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  4. Divide the butter-sugar mix in two equal parts.
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  5. In part 1 sift 1/2 cup +1 tbsp cake flour.
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  6. In part 2 sift 1/2 cup cake flour and add 1 tbsp cocoa powder.
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  7. Fold in the flour and combine to form 2 dough.
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  8. Pack it in a cling film and refrigerate for 30 min.
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  9. After 30 minutes take out the dough and start working with it.
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  10. Method 1:-
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  11. Divide the dough in 20 portions.
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  12. Roll each portion into a ball.
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  13. Take one plain ball and one chocolate ball.
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  14. Make single ball using the 2 balls.
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  15. Press it to flatten. Place them on a prepared baking tray. Bake them at 180⁰C (160⁰C in case of fan or convection oven for 10-12 minutes or till the cookies are done).
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  16. Once done let them cool and serve.
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  17. Method 2:
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  18. Mix the 2 dough to form one dough ball.
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  19. Roll the dough 1/4″thick.
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  20. Cut into cookies. Bake them at 180⁰C (160⁰C in case of fan or convection oven for 10-12 minutes or till the cookies are done).
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  21. Once done let them cool and serve.
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  22. Method 3:
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  23. Roll each of the dough into a log (approximately 1.5” thick).
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  24. Twist both the dough together.
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  25. Then roll into a bigger combined log.
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  26. Pack it in a cling film and freeze for 15 min.
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  27. After 15 min, take it out and remove from the cling film. Slice the log into 1/4” thick cookies. Place them on a prepared baking tray. Bake them at 180⁰C (160⁰C in case of fan or convection oven for 10-12 minutes or till the cookies are done).
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  28. Once done let them cool and serve.
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  29. Method 4:
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  30. This is a continuation of method three. After slicing the dough, make a ball with it and press it. Place them on a prepared baking tray. Bake them at 180⁰C (160⁰C in case of fan or convection oven for 10-12 minutes or till the cookies are done).
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  31. Once done let them cool and serve.
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RECIPE NOTES

Serve these beauties as dessert or snack.

I prepared the cookies and placed them in the cookie jar. I did not serve them; still my jar was empty in a couple of days.

You can tell how smart a person is by what they laugh at!

Watch Video – Eggless Marble Cookies Recipe | How to Make Marble Cookies

EGGLESS MARBLE CAKE RECIPE

There is something special about the marble cookies and marble cake. These are some of the simplest and most gorgeous cakes and cookies. Now-a-days not everyone is fond of frostings on cake. But then simple sponges, at times, don’t look very presentable. Marble cake is a solution to such situations. This is a simple cake with good looks. Here is the recipe for eggless sponge cake.

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