Slurrp Exclusive: This Christmas Cookies Recipe By Sanjeev Kapoor Is Perfect For A Guilt-Free Feast

Christmas is right around the corner and we can’t be more excited. There’s something unique about this festive vibe- call it the celebratory vibe, the getting together of loved ones or the much-anticipated platter of good foods. After all Christmas is as much about the feast as it is about the perfect lights or the most beautiful Christmas tree. Cakes, pies and cookies are quite a staple part of a Christmas feast. If you ask me, it isn’t Christmas without a plum cake. After all what’s a feast without anything sweet? And if feasting becomes guilt-free, nothing like it. Especially for those who avoid too much sugar or fat, guilt-free feasting is the way to go. 

Planning a Christmas feast at home is no easy task. Especially if you have guests who are health conscious or doesn’t eat too much sweet. A Christmas menu with their preferences in mind can give you a hard time , especially since it involves a lot of things sweet. So if you are in a similar tussle and are finding hard to tweak your dishes accordingly, we are here to ease your stress a bit. This exclusive recipe of sugar free oats and chocolate cookies by the one and only Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, is sure to make your Christmas feast different and leave your guests impressed. Cookies go best with your cup of tea or kickstarting a feast. These chocolate cookies can be a perfect addition to your snacks and savouries table. Made with a mix of Sugarfree Chocolate with wholesome oats along with baking powder, flour, butter and egg, these cookies are a delight to relish. Here’s the full recipe: 


Preparation Time: 40-45 minutes  

Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes 

Servings: Makes 16 cookies 


½ cup chopped Nutralite Sugarfree D’lite Chocolate 

¾ cup oats 

¾ cup butter 

¼ cup + ⅔ tablespoon Sugar Free Natura 

 1 egg 

 1 cup + 2 tablespoons refined flour (maida) 

 1½ teaspoons baking powder 


1. Preheat the oven to 180°C/350°F/Gas Mark 4. Line a seven inch by five inch baking tray with butter paper. 

2. Place the butter and Sugar Free Natura in a glass bowl and cream them till light and fluffy. Add the egg and mix well. 

3. Sift the flour and baking powder together. Add the oats and chocolate and mix. 

4. Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture and mix well. 

5. Divide the dough into sixteen equal portions. Make small balls and flatten each lightly on your palm. Place them on the tray, a little distance apart from each other. 

6. Place the tray in the preheated oven and bake at for twenty to twenty-five minutes. 

7. Remove tray from oven and place the cookies on wire rack to cool.  

8. Serve when cool or store in an airtight container.