Stale cookie recipe

Cookies were not missing from the house when the children were growing up. Now we do it once in a while. Small bite-sized cookies that do not go stale are our favourites. These stale cookies don’t really go stale, I came with both salty and sweet recipes.

Sweet cookies that don’t get stale
Consider this sweet cookie recipe as a basis, you can put chocolate chips, walnuts, raisins, dried fruits, almonds in it.


125 g butter or margarine 1 tea glass of oil 1 tea glass of powdered sugar Half a tea glass of starch 1 egg 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1 vanilla 4.5 tea glass of flour (add little by little) Half a tea glass of ground walnuts (optionally, I wrote above) )

Mix all ingredients except room temperature flour, baking powder, and walnuts. Add the flour, baking powder, and walnuts and knead a slightly stiff dough.

Put it between the stretch film, roll out the dough to 1, 1.5 cm thickness and cut it with a mold (I cut it with the cream sense). Arrange on a tray and bake at 175 degrees until it turns slightly yellow on the bottom 15 minutes. The trick is to take it out and cool it, put it back in the oven and cook for another 5 minutes. If you have made many trays, you can combine them all in one tray and bake a second time in bulk.

Lasts a very long time in a closed jar…

Salty cookies that don’t get stale

You can add spices, sesame seeds, etc. into this salty cookie recipe. Do not add cheese 🙂


125 gr butter or margarine, Half a tea glass of oil, Half a tea glass of yoghurt, Half a tea glass of granulated sugar, Half a pack of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of vinegar is any vinegar. Add a teaspoon of salt, a tablespoon of sesame, 1 teaspoon of black cumin seeds, as much flour as you can take, 3.5 to 4 glasses, but little by little.

Mix all room temperature ingredients except flour, baking powder, and sesame. Add the flour little by little and shape it like the recipe above. Brush the tray with egg yolk on the knee, pour sesame seeds and bake at 175 degrees. You can wrap it up, cool it and cook it again for 5 minutes until golden brown, whether in bulk or even in a single tray.

It stays fresh for months in its storage container. Enjoy your meal.