Muesli M&M Cookies (Eggless)

So, as you’ve guessed if you been reading my posts, I’ve been busy testing no egg recipes for baking. Eggless Muesli Cookies

These cookies still had the chewy texture which I thought was great, as my head was thinking that it’s the egg that gives it the chewy texture, but maybe it’s not. Eggless Muesli Cookies

What is interesting is that M&Ms seems to bake a lot better than Smarties! The M&Ms seem hold more of the colour, without discoloring in the oven, Smarties tend to fade in colour when baked. Eggless Muesli Cookies

100g butter
70g condense milk
1 tsp vanilla
50g golden syrup
50g yogurt
50g brown sugar
100g muesli
100g oats
50g flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
100g M&Ms

Eggless Muesli Cookies

Add butter into a large mixing bowl, and beat until softened.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Add condensed milk, golden syrup and vanilla and mix on medium speed for about a 1 minute.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Add yogurt and brown sugar to the mixture and re mix until mixed well.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Add muesli and oats to the butter mixture and re mix.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Mix in the flour, baking soda and baking powder.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Add in the M&Ms to the mixture.Eggless Muesli Cookies Mix all the ingredients well. Eggless Muesli Cookies

Using a small scoop, add the cookie mix to a greased baking tray or stone.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Make sure they are slightly spread apart as these cookies will spread.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Bake the cookies at 170c for 11-12 minutes, allow to cool for about 2 minutes and move onto a cooling rack.Eggless Muesli Cookies

Store in an airtight container and enjoy!


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