Sunday, July 1, 2018

Triple-Oatmeal Cookies

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Every once in a while, oatmeal cookies would come to mind. I love chewy oat cookies with some dried fruits thrown in. I would choose any oatmeal cookies over chocolate cookies anytime! 

I did make some slight changes to the recipe. The recipe uses oat flour which I do not have, so I have used wholemeal flour, as suggested by the author if oat flour is unavailable. The recipe also uses  both steel-cut oats (a small amount) and old-fashioned rolled oats. Did not have any steel-cut oats, so have used all rolled oats instead. Replaced the pecans with walnuts. As usual I have reduced the amount of both sugars (brown and white) slightly.

The cookies really spread during baking, so make sure to space them well apart. I did bake them 2 minutes longer as I like my cookies a little crispy. 

This recipe yields  31 cookies (32 in the recipe), which is close enough.

I love these cookies. It is crispy round the edges, with chewy centre, and tasted so yummy with the oats, cranberries, and walnuts. After a few days later, the cookies get a little drier but  became crispier as they sit, which is a plus in my books!  I think this is the best oatmeal cookies. Great for breakfast, as snacks throughout the day, and especially with a cup of warm tea for a superb tea time treat!

The recipe can be found here : Triple Oatmeal Cookies, or from Bravetart by Stella Parks, page 39

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  1. Chewy and crisp...I would love these oatmeal cookies too.

  2. these cookies soundes delicious Joyce !

  3. yumm.... I want to try one of these cookies.

  4. Looks good, and you make it sound awesome!

  5. This is my fave type of cookie, thanks for sharing!