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Wholemeal Spelt and Walnut Cookies

Makes 24 small cookies

Sophisticated and less sweet than many biscuits, this recipe makes 2 dozen attractive cookies which are delicious served with coffee.

Free from Egg, Soya
Vegetarian, Organic, Wholemeal


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  1. Pre-heat the oven.
  2. Rub some oil around the inside of a large baking tray or insert a baking liner.
  3. Sieve the flour and baking powder into a bowl and stir to combine.
  4. Add the honey and oil and stir to make a soft dough.
  5. Divide the dough into 24 pieces.
  6. Roll each piece of dough into a ball.
  7. Place the dough balls on the prepared baking tray and press a walnut into the top of each.
  8. Bake for 10-12 minutes until golden.


Large baking tray and mixing bowl


190°C, Fan 170°C, 375°F, Gas 5

Cooking time

10-12 minutes
Made with dark rye flour and toasted sesame seeds, no nut on top. Tastes good. The kind of recipe I like: quick, minimal ingredients and very versatile!
By Perusha
15 Oct 2020
Lovely biscuits. Nice easy recipe. I made them as the recipe said but would try some variations as per the other reviews.
By Sandra Thompson
23 Jul 2020
A good recipe and the first time I have used Spelt flour and I was pleased with the result. Like Mead I substituted golden syrup (no honey) but I did use the sunflower oil and a full teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda (no baking powder). The measure is the one for my bread machine and no bitter taste with a full measure. The second batch I tweaked the recipe by adding a little less syrup and adding a half teaspoon of ground ginger. Made into 16 balls this gave a slightly thicker biscuit - like 'ginger nuts'.
20 May 2020
You can make these vegan by substituting the honey for either Carob syrup, coconut nectar or maple syrup and they will still be lovely. I made them today with carob syrup and light olive oil instead of the sunflower oil, yum!
By Helen
18 Apr 2020
Thought I would try this recipe, sifted the spelt flour and baking powder together, (used a scant tsp as 1 reviewer seemed to think it made a bitterness) I then discovered I didn't have any sunflower oil so used butter and rubbed this in, then I substituted golden syrup for the honey. These were yummy McYum, had a few hot from the oven with a coffee... Mmm.
By Mead
31 Mar 2020
Following Meem's advice above, I only put just over 1/2 tsp of baking powder and they are delicious! Thank you for cheering us up during the current social isolation period.
By Susie Trezise
31 Mar 2020
Good recipe. Tasty cookies but had a very dry bitter aftertaste. I think the quantity of baking powder is too much. I will try half teaspoon next time.
By Meem
24 Mar 2020
Quick, tasty and very addictive. I had almonds so I used them instead of pecan. A real winner.
By Mrs Maria Grazia Micallef Lia
11 May 2017
A nice easy recipe to make tasty biscuits.
By Ms Saira Bhatti
11 May 2014

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