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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Oat Cookies

Whilst sitting in the garden drinking my morning coffee I was staring at the daisy circle waving at me that I accidentally mowed down last Sunday, I was thinking about food again.

There were no nice snacks in the house so I flicked through Nigel Slaters book EAT and decided to whip up his oat cookies.  Samuel's not keen on oats, so I decided to drizzle them in chocolate to make them more appealing.


Set oven 180'C
120g Muscovado Sugar
120g Butter softened
120g Porridge Oats
60g Plain Flour
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
1 Egg Yolk

In kitchenaid mixer, cream the butter, sugar together until light in colour, add the egg yolk oats and flour & baking powder.

Roll into 9 equal balls in the palm of your hand and place on lined baking sheet.

Flatten into rounds the size of a digestive biscuit and bake for 12 minutes until light golden brown.

Drizzle with melted chocolate

They were very nice, I asked Samuel what he thought, the chocolate was licked off and he left the biscuit !

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