Friday, October 29, 2010

Oatmeal With Chocolate Chips And Sultanas Cookies


















I saw this delectable fibre rich cookies in Angie's blog - SeasaltWithFood and I knew I had to make them for my Piggy Joshua...he eats lots of meat so have to balance his diet with lots of fibre. Being away from home, it is hard to supervise his eating habits. So I decided to make these yummilicious cookies for him to snack on while doing his assignments.  If I were ask him to make himself a glass of oat drink everymorning before he goes for his lectures hmmmm.....I can forget I said it for he detest mushy oats.  Well , if I make them into crunchy cookies...he can finish the whole tub of oatmeal cookies then.   I make a tub full for him to take back to college :)  Smart momsie ...yeah !  It is not that difficult to make your child eat oats afterall ! :p

Angie has lots of bakes that I would love to try out and stay tuned, I will be trying a few more of her bakes and dishes :) Angie , thanks for your generousity in sharing your baking experiences and recipes with your readers.  These cookies is rich in fibre and I tweaked it a bit and added almond nibs to add extra crunch to the cookies. Moreover, Josh loves nuts of any kind :)   Not only Josh loves them, I love them too and I have made another load for my friend's dad who is diabetic and I reduced the sugar by 3/4 so it is hardly sweet at all but it was good for him. Healthy cookies for a diabetic :)  This cookies are simple to make and  the rolled oats and almond nibs gave the cookies its' crunch . I love it and I will make this again for sure !

Those chocolate chips were given to me by Su from Texas when she came back for her holidays a few months back. She started as a reader of my blog who eventually became a friend.  Love her kids and she is such a wonderful lady. Su, thanks for the vanilla extract , cookie scoop and those rich chocolate chips. They came aptly for making these cookies :) 
















I am sure you will not just drool but this will inspire all of you to make them yourselves....
















A closer look will have you salivating for those who love oatmeals....
















this cookies are classy......great as gifts too as X'mas is just around the corner :)

















a tub full for Piggy Josh.....and within a week he finished all.....
 "sorry babe you have to wait until your next trip back....
meanwhile come here and drool and salivate "
the wicked nature is back again LOL!






















Oatmeal With Chocolate Chips And Sultanas Cookies ( adapted from SeaSaltWithFood )
( Printable Recipe )


Ingredients


2 cups Rolled Oats
1 3/4 Cup All-Purpose Flour
3/4 cup Brown Sugar 
1/2 cup Sultanas
1/2 cup Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
2 Sticks (1 Cup/225g) Unsalted Butter, melted
1 large Egg, beaten
1/2 tsp Sea Salt
1 tsp Baking Powder

* I added 1 cup of almond nibs for extrta crunch

Method:

Preheat the oven to 180˚C. Line the baking tray with a parchment paper. In a large mixing bowl, combine all the dry ingredients. Then mix in the butter and egg. Scoop about 1 1/2 to 2 Tbsp of cookie mixture and shape into flat rounds.

Bake for 25 minutes or until the cookies are golden in color.



Enjoy and have a great weekend !



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15 comments:

  1. wahhh getting ready for christmas already ah :D

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  2. Healthy cookies! Wishing you and your family Happy Halloween!

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  3. I love oatmeal in cookies and the chew it gives is just wonderful.

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  4. wow, such rich cookies..i love..

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  5. Healthy and yummy cookies, I too looking for ways to control my kids diet, would love to try this..

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  6. Ooo... love oatmeal cookies alot especially the chewy texture. And pretty fillings! Thanks for sharing and hope you're enjoying your weekend.
    Kristy

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  7. Kathy....hahaha nope...just that Joshua came back so baked some healthy cookies for him to take back to college :) Wait till your Joshua grows up and go to school then you will want to bake and cook more often at home. :))

    Wai Kitt..thanks. Same to you too :)

    Wendy...me too...I normally reduced the sugar for my own consumption. Great snack for me while working :)

    Wenn....ok noted :)

    Palatable...yes...this is the best way to make the kids eat so me fibre stuff :)

    Kristy...yes this is crunchy and with vanilla extract ..these are really cookies made in heaven :) you too have a great weekend :)

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  10. this sounds like a pretty healthy recipe for cookies! They look delicious too!

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  11. sound so much healthy with oatmeals added and delicious too.

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  12. those are gorgeous cookies!! I do love oatmeal, and you jut kicked it up a few notches with the chocolate and the almonds! I have never had oatmeal cookies with nuts in them it sounds amazingly delicious!
    If you ever fall short a piggy to feed feel free to throw a few cookies my way!

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  13. Crustbakes...yeah, its healthy and a great snack too :)

    Jess....fibre rich and with a crunch too :)

    Chef Dennis....oh you must add some nuts to these oatmeal cookies...it gives them the extra crunch and flavor to them :) Sure , with pleasure as regards to the last line :p

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  14. Unas galletas absolutamente deliciosas.

    Saludos

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  15. Jose....thanks for dropping by and yes it is delicious :)

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