Kamut Pastry Cookies

Not overly sweet cookies, dipped in dark chocolate and made with Kamut flour.

I had a leftover of kumut pie dough in my fridge which I needed to use, instead of making an other pie (which, don’t get me wrong, I LOVE but just wasn’t feeling like having one) I have decided instead to make some nice soft cookies.

These cookies are SUPER simple, yet so yummy!

The recipe of the cookie dough you can find here! It is basically the same as my Kamut pie recipe. So simple and healthy. But, I have to warn you, these cookies are naughty, they get dipped into dark melted chocolate and then they get sprinkled with dry coconut….

Just so you are prepared!


  • 1 batch of my Kamut flour pie crust (see post here)
  • 50 g dark chocolate
  • dry coconut

On a floured table, roll out the chilled pastry dough into a 1/2 cm thick circle

Using a cookie cutter, cut out round cookies.

Refrigerate for 30 min.

Pre-heat oven to 180 C, then bake the cookies for 12 min. Remove from the oven and let them cool down on a wire rack.

In a double saucepan, melt the chocolate, dip half of each cookie into the melded chocolate and let it dry on a wire rack. On some cookies you can sprinkle some dry coconut if you fancy.

Once the chocolate has dried out, store the cookies into an airtight container and serve them with a hot cup of tea or milk

I am sure you will LOVE them.



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