Did you know that oatmeal was confectioned not before the later decades of the 19th century? Anyway, here’s a traditional recipe of drop oatmeal cookie that all and sundry shall like.
These cookies shall be high in sodium (85 mg/ cookie), protein (1 g/ cookie) and carbohydrates (14 g/cookie). So, for like 42 cookies, you’ll need:
Baked Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookies
- Oats, 2 cups
- All-purpose flour, 1 ½ cups
- Brown sugar, 1 ½ cups (totally dry)
- Canola oil, 1 cup (cooled in the refrigerator)
- Candy-caked milk chocolate bits, 1 cup
- Egg, 1
- Baking powder, 1 tsp.
- Salt, ½ tsp.
Preheat your microwave to 375 °F. In a large bowl, blend together the brown sugar, the canola oil and the egg together and whip the mixture, until you get a relatively uniform texture. Then add the oats, flour, baking powder and the salt and continue whipping the concoction mildly till everything is properly blended. Now sprinkle the chocolate bits from top and stir in just once. You can put in the salt, according to your own preferences as well. Take unlubricated cookie sheets and use a tablespoon to drop the concoction onto the sheets keeping 2 ½” gaps in between each drop. Try to make the drops fall in a manner that they spread circularly. Carefully transfer the sheets to the oven and bake for approximately 12-23 minutes until the cookies take on the brownish tinge. Turn off the oven and let the cookies stay their for a couple of minutes. Then remove and keep in the refrigerator to cool. Your kids will feast on them in no time.
White Sugar Oatmeal Cookies
You can of course use white sugar oatmeal cookies as well, as brown sugar is not a regular larder component. You’ll need to have,
- Oatmeal, 1 ½ cups
- Flour, 1 cup
- Margarine, ½ cup
- Butter, ½ cup
- Fine sugar, ½ cup
- Vanilla extract, ½ tsp.
- Cinnamon, ½ tsp.
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Then add margarine and vanilla extract to the butter, in a bowl and whip up the two, in order to get a frothy mixture. To this add the oatmeal, flour, cinnamon and sugar, one after the other and then blend to get a uniform mixture. Cool it in the refrigerator for a while and then make balls out of the concoction. Next flatten these balls to make cookies out of them and place on a cookie sheet. Transfer the sheet to the microwave and bake for at least 14-15 minutes. Take them out immediately after the baking is done and sprinkle some fine sugar on the piping hot cookies! Mmmmm.