Muesli Cookies – Just Nuts, Seeds & Egg (Gluten Free).. and Giveaway Winners!


You might have noticed that I have a long list of Snacks Recipes here.. I have to admit, I am guilty of always looking for things to munch! Because of my mid-day (more like whole day) snacking habit, I am constantly looking for healthy snacks ideas.

One of my favourite snack to carry with me when I travel is a bag of raw nuts & dried fruits. Eating nuts and seeds are a great way to add vitamins, minerals, fiber, and essential fatty acids (like omega 3 and omega 6) to your diet. This snack not only keep my hunger pangs away, it keeps me occupied when I crave for something to munch during flights or drive. I also noticed that eating nuts can provide a sense of fullness or satisfaction that actually results in me eating less of other high-calorie, high fat foods. Does that happen to you too?

Instead of bringing loose nuts & fruits during my recent trip to China (read about it here), I made them into Muesli Cookies. Use your favourite nuts/seeds/dried fruits and just add egg and honey. As there is no flour added, these are chewy cookies instead of crunchy.

Not only these Muesli Cookies are tasty, they are easy to carry as well. Healthy Nutritious Guilt Free Cookies.

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Muesli Cookie - Just Nuts, Seeds & Egg (Gluten Free)
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Serves: 9 Cookies
  • 1 Large Egg
  • 150g Nuts & Seeds of your choice (I use chopped Almond, sunflower seed, pumpkin seed and sesame seed)
  • 50g Dried fruit of your choice (I use raisins)
  • 2 tablespoon Honey (I prefer less sweet, you can add more).
  1. Preheat oven to 375C. Line baking tray with baking paper.
  2. Mix all ingredients well in a bowl.
  3. Place 1 tablespoon of mixture on the baking paper, flatten like a cookie and have a small gap apart each cookie. Bake for about 10-15 minutes until cookie turn brown.
  4. Place cookies on wire rack to cool and store in air tight container or zip-lock bag.


Now here are the giveaway winners.  Congratulations to the winners!

 Wooden Chopstick Set: Congrats Kat!

Felt Table Mat: Congrats Cynthia!

I hope you two will enjoy the gifts and I’ll be contacting you soon.  Thank you everyone for participating this giveaway!


  1. Yum! I was thinking this would also taste good with some shredded coconut added! Can’t wait to try
    devoted4life recently posted..Whole Wheat Apple Bran MuffinsMy Profile

  2. Such healthy and delicious cookies! I’m really surprised how EASY this cookie recipe is. And any kinds of seeds/nuts/fruits will work. I think this is the best alternative for sugary cookies that my kids want to eat. =D
    Nami | Just One Cookbook recently posted..Spanish Mackerel with YuzuMy Profile

  3. Shannon, these look delicious and I love the concept of having mueseli in cookie form! Healthful, simple, beautiful. I am featuring this post in today’s Friday Food Fetish roundup (with a link-back and attribution), but please let me know if you have any objections. It’s a pleasure following your creations…
    Javelin Warrior recently posted..Food Fetish Friday: 3/16/2012My Profile

  4. Glad to see my name appear!!! send email to you.. thanks

  5. What a great snack idea and these are so portable!
    Sandra recently posted..Sweet Potato Pound Cake Truffles – The LowdownMy Profile

  6. Wow, these muesli cookies look great! What a great idea for making the cookies instead of just the trail mix.

  7. Delicious and super healthy.I love everything about this Shannon and cannot wait to try this!!Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Soni recently posted..Paneer Jalfrezi (Indian style Paneer/Pepper Stir Fry)My Profile

  8. I am all in for healthy food, what more those needed for munching and snacking. These cookies looks so fabulous and love all the pics of it.
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  9. Simple, wonderful & healthy. I’d much rather grab for one of these than a store bought alternative!

  10. Lucky winner, congrats! =)

    my husband is an other snack lover, so your muesli cookies would be something he would love and I can imagine myself well getting addicted to this type of snacks. thanks for sharing!
    Helene Dsouza I Masala Herb recently posted..Liptauer spread dipMy Profile

    • you are most welcomed, Helene. I forgot to mention that this snack is chewy and not crunchy. I just got this idea that instead of using egg, it would taste amazing mixing with peanut butter or any homemade nut butter. I think it would make it more crunchy!

  11. Shannon these look simple, delicious, AND healthy!! What a great idea. Bookmarking!

  12. I love this healthy snack too especially with nuts and dried fruits. Will add this recipe in my baking list. Thanks for sharing 🙂
    Ann@Anncoo Journal recently posted..Almond Coffee CakeMy Profile

  13. Wow, these do sound super healthy, and delicious too. I’ll have to try it out. Love nuts but not too sure about raisins/ sultanas 🙂 I think I’ll use cranberries instead.
    shaz recently posted..Baking bread and missing deadlinesMy Profile

  14. I love munching on nuts. These will be perfect for me to carry around in my handbag for whenever my tummy decides to make a hunger growl in between meals.

  15. WOW these are right up my alley! I love this healthy looking little treat. Love your blog–off to read more 🙂

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