Recipe of the Week: Oatie Cookies
  
Oatie Cookies

Are Oatie Cookies your favourite treat at Biblio's Café? Now you can try it at home by following our step by step recipe. For a printable copy of the recipe please click hereThere are plenty more recipes for you to try on our Recipe of the Week page.

Oatie Cookies


Preheat oven to 180c gas mark 4


Lightly grease baking sheets


Mix the following dry ingredients:


125g self-raising flour


125g light brown soft sugar


125g porridge oats


Half tsp bicarbonate soda


Melt these 2 ingredients:


125g butter


1 tablespoon golden syrup


Add to the dry ingredients. Mix well. May have to add a little milk to bind, but don't make it too sloppy.


Divide into 16 and shape each piece into a ball. Arrange on baking sheet, spread apart. Slightly flatten. Bake for 12-15 minutes. Important not to overcook, and are slightly soft as they harden as they cool. Aim for a light golden brown rather than any darker. Let cool for a few minutes before remove from tray and then leave to cool further. When cool, the following option is to:


Melt 125g chocolate and using a pastry brush paint over half the cookie. Or use a piping bag to apply chocolate. Place in fridge to chill.


Adaptations have included adding to the dry mix cinnamon or stem ginger pieces (use its syrup instead of golden syrup) and ground ginger, or orange peel etc., or to the melted butter add vanilla or orange or lemon essence. Good basic recipe to be creative with....


Recipe originally taken from “Good housekeeping”


Text and photos by L. Harris 2020. Developed for Harbury Seed Share and Earthworms School Gardening Club.

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