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How To Make Egg Biscuits – Bakery Style!

A foolproof super easy snack recipe ready in only 30 minutes with just 5 simple ingredients.

How to make egg biscuits at home? A sweet and crispy treat easy to make from scratch.

Today’s recipe reminds me of the time when I was young and loved eating those small bean shaped egg biscuits from the local bakeries.

These light and crispy biscuits are so easy and quick to make from scratch. The best part – you need just 5 simple ingredients and they are ready in just 30 minutes.

The hardest part was patiently piping them into perfect tiny rounds on the baking trays. And that’s mostly because of my impatience!

Kerala style biscuits made with simple ingredients and in just 30 minutes.

While tasting these cookies, I cannot help being nostalgic about how simple life was in my childhood. Gone are the days where my biggest problem in life was what my mom was cooking for my next meal.

Today, we are in a place where we need to plan meals for the entire week and for the entire family! And somehow make them healthy AND satisfy everyone’s cravings. I knew life would be tough but not this tough!!!

A step by step recipe on how to make bakery style biscuits at home

In a nutshell

TasteThese perfect little round biscuits are sweet, light and fluffy. You can’t be stopped with just one kind of snack.
TextureCrunchy and crisp little cookies.
LevelA simple and straight forward recipe.
OccasionMy popcorn for movie night!

How to make bean biscuit using piping bag?

The easy way to fill a piping bag is to take a tall water glass and line it with the piping bag. If you don’t have a piping bag, Ziploc bag works just fine. To use ziploc, place the bag into the glass one sided, meaning one bottom tip of the bag is touching the bottom of the water glass.

When the batter is ready, pour the batter into the bag. Remove the bag from the glass and make a very small pea-sized cut at the tip of the bag. This helps only a small amount of batter to drop on the trays. Keep dropping batter onto the tray while gently squeezing the bag at the top. Don’t forget to leave at least quarter inch gap between each drop.

A simple and quick Indian biscuits for holidays like diwali!

Why to sift the flour twice to make Kerala style egg biscuits?

When the dry ingredients are sifted they make air pockets. To make them super light and fluffy it is advisable to sift them at least twice. Thrice even better. When mixing the dry ingredients into the egg mixture, fold the flour gently to maintain the air in the batter.

These perfect little Indian biscuits are sweet, light and fluffy.

How to store these fun bakery style biscuits?

When the biscuits are ready, let them rest on the tray itself. Once completely cooled, transfer them to an air tight container. They never last long but if they do, they can be stored for up to 4 days in a cool dry place.

If you love fun snacks like me, you should try the spicy cheese crackers, the messy chocolate cookies or the crispy cardamom cookies which are all my favorite snacks for the weekend.

How To Make Egg Biscuits - Bakery Style!

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Serves: 2 baking trays of 12” X 15”size
Prep Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes

A foolproof super easy snack recipe ready in only 30 minutes with just 5 simple ingredients.


  • 1 egg
  • 100 grams granulated sugar
  • 70 grams all purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla essence



Preheat the oven to 140°C (280° F). Line two baking trays with parchment paper or cookies sheet.


In a separate bowl, sift the flour and baking powder two times. Set aside.


In a medium bowl, using a hand beater beat the egg, vanilla and sugar until pale.


Fold in the dry ingredients into the egg mixture gently, making sure there are no lumps.


Line a tall water glass with a piping bag or ziplock and keep it aside.


Pour the batter into the piping bag.


Cut the edge of the bag and patiently drop pea-sized batter onto the baking tray leaving a gap of at least quarter inch between drops of batter.


Repeat this process until the batter is complete.


Bake for 15 minutes or until the biscuits turn light brown at the edges.


Remove the tray and let the biscuits rest until completely cooled.


Transfer to an air tight container and store for up to 4 days.


These egg biscuits can be stored in a cool dry place for up to 4 days.

A simple and quick Indian biscuits for holidays like diwali!

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    August 8, 2019 at 4:01 pm

    Very good and yummy!!

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