Okara (Soy Pulp) Coconut Cookies

Okara (Soy Pulp) Coconut Cookies

This recipe is made with a refined ratio of ingredients that make a delicious and nutritious recipe. They have a nice and crisp finish. The charming, rose shapes make them perfect for gifting.

Ingredients: 1 baking sheet worth (about 30 cookies)

Fresh okara
100 g
Milk (or soy milk)
60 ml
Ready-made pancake mix
3 tablespoons
Coconut powder
1 tablespoon
Skimmed milk
1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon
Unsalted butter
10 g


1. Add softened butter and sugar to a bowl, and evenly mix. Add the remaining ingredients and use a wooden spatula to stir.
2. Fill a pastry bag with the dough and pipe it onto a baking sheet in rose shapes. Pipe them as if drawing a circle with the tip, then continue the line to make a smaller circle on top, as if you're filling a tiny ice cream cone.
3. Bake in an oven preheated to190ÂșC for 20 to 25 minutes until brown, then serve.

Story Behind this Recipe

I settled on this recipe after a long series of trial and error to find the right balance to eliminate the okara smell while creating a nutritious and delicious cookie. If you don't have coconut powder, they also taste great with just vanilla extract.