Lupin popcorn cookies – My Provincial Kitchen

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Lupin popcorn cookies

I love being able to include lupin flour in recipes that don't have it already and I love to do this with our Self Raising Lupin Flour.

This recipe is one from the incredibly talented Lisa Corduff .  I made them to Lisa's recipe & thought, hmmmmm I could add some lupin to that.  I do love the ingredients Lisa has used because they are all things I have in my pantry or fridge.  They're basic, but when you put them all together, they can create magic.  

Now, I call these popcorn cookies, because I think the taste reminds me of popcorn, I think it's the linseed, mind you I did think the lupin mill smelt like popcorn the other day when we were milling some fresh lupin flour, so who knows.

Here's my version 



1 ¼ c Self Raising Lupin Flour

¼ c crushed linseed

¼ c almond meal

½ teaspoon bi-carb soda

¼ teaspoon salt

1/3 c maple syrup

1/3 c coconut oil

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

40g choc chips



Preheat your oven to 170 °C

Line a baking tray (cookie sheet) with baking paper

Melt coconut oil & maple syrup & set aside to cool a little

Using an electric mixer combine flour, linseed, almond meal, bi-carb & salt in mixing bowl & mix well

Add melted oil & syrup, then vanilla

Mix well

Add choc chips & mix together

Roll spoonfulls into balls & place on baking tray

Flatten slightly with fork & bake for approx. 10-12 mins till the bottoms are golden


 Lupin popcorn cookies

 I'd love to hear if you are a fellow follower of Lisa, or if you try these or Lisa's choc chip cookies. 

Chat soon

Tanya xo


  • Hi Fiona, no popcorn in this recipe, they smell like popcorn. Our kids call them popcorn cookies

  • Where is the popcorn?

    Fiona Mummery
  • Hi Tanya, made the popcorn cookies, a real winner recipe, so easy to throw together, great taste and great crunch. A good one for lunch boxes. Healthy also.

    Sue Collingwood

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