These oat cookies are EGG FREE! Also they’re delicious and light so you can eat a few and not feel as full! They are a bit lower on the sugar value so feel free to add more sugar to the recipe. We’re using toasted oat flour for this recipe but you can really use any type of oat flour. The toasted version just gives it a more richer and nuttier flavour than untoasted.
If you’re looking to upgrade this recipe you can also opt in to add raisins or chocolate chips. Alternatively change the spices to whatever you want for your flavour profile you’re going for! These cookies can be a bit drying so make sure to have a drink with them! We look forward to posting more oat flour recipes for the future!
Oat Cookies Recipe
This recipe calls for a generous amount of spices, so prepare for that later! We first add 50 grams of butter to the food processor, then we add some milk.
We add around 3 teaspoons of milk to the processor then start processing the mixture. Then add all of the sugar (add more if you want sweeter tasting cookies!). 2 thirds cup of sugar per 2 cups of oatmeal.
Once its processed, proceed to moving it to a separate mixing bowl for the mixing time of adding the spices and flour!
Before adding the flour, you’ll want to mix the spices into the flour. So get two tablespoons of cinnamon, 1 tablespoon allspice, 1 teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon mace and 1 teaspoon ginger then add it to the flour then mix. Also add a teaspoon of baking powder to it too and a pinch of salt.
So we slowly start to add the flour into the mixture bowl. A tablespoon every minute pretty much. Keep mixing until all of the oat flour is used up.
Well place a scoop of that delicious batter onto each corner and one in the middle, it’s usually up to preference though. These don’t rise as much so you have less to worry about but keep it spaced out nonetheless!
Well, enjoy it! They are best served with a glass of milk or any plant based milk (how about some oat milk with it :p). Anyway we hope you enjoy this recipe and make sure to check out our channel for more delicious recipes to try out in your kitchen!
A delicious recipe which uses a much more lighter flour and the cookies are more fluffier!
I thought about making a non-canned dessert for once and saw apples on the side. This apple cobbler is really delicious and great with ice cream or sorbet in Summer! Especially with a few icy cold drinks!
Preferably for this recipe, self raising flour is recommended though you can opt for plain. If you are using plain flour make sure to use around a teaspoon of baking soda to help it rise up. You can also use toasted flour.
The spices used in this recipe can be changed based on tastesh if you want a more caramelized flavour replace the white sugar with brown Demerara sugar. We used cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, allspice and ginger for the spices.
We used five apples which where quite small and it didn’t entirely fill the pie dish so make sure to use medium or large apples and make sure it fills at least a third of your pie dish. Adding lemon juice to the apples with the sugar and spices helps get the delicious juices out- we keep them in as to not dry the cobbler out.
We also mix in some cinnamon into the topping to make sure that it has a great flavour! You can add allspice into there as well but use a teaspoon as the flavour can be a bit overpowering if we use too much!
Before starting this recipe make sure to preheat the oven to around 180 C fan on! We’ll be leaving the cobbler in the oven for around half an hour.
Apple Cobbler Recipe
A delicious apple cobbler, with many spices and aromas!
90mlmilk(variable; I slowly pour milk then mix until it's thick enough but not too viscousy! Trust your instincts)
Mix the filling ingredients together in a separate bowl
Preheat oven to 180c fan on
Mix the topping flour, cinnamon, sugar and butter together until they resemble breadcrumbs
Add milk to the mixture until it's thick but not too viscousy.
Grease the pie dish with butter then add the filling, then add the topping on top in scoops
Place in the oven for around 30 minutes then serve 10 minutes after
Keyword allspice, bake, baking, cobbler
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Pineapple Passion Crumble is a delightful mix of two tropical fruity flavours! Not only does it feel great to serve in Summer, but it also tastes great! Serving four and only really requiring canned ingredients for the filling it’s super cheap!
For the topper of the crumble, we used our cinnamon butter! It gives the crumble a much more volume of flavour and well when it crusts it’s delicious! You can add around 3 tablespoons of cornstarch to the filling if it’s too liquidy to make sure that it thickens up. I usually make the mistake of not doing that and it usually overflows at the top as I like to use a lot of liquid for this recipe.
you can add ice cream to the crumble when served to give contrast when it’s piping hot. Or on a winter day, you can serve it with delicious custard! We also have a peach crumble if you want to have something slightly less sweeter!
Pineapple Tart has a tropical taste and it’s a really great dessert to have in the summer! Adding passion fruit on the side makes it better! If you want a less summery flavour then you can try out our peach tarts which have a more refreshing flavour!
You can use pretty much any pie pastry for this dessert- though we have our own which you might want to use! A recommendation for this recipe is to add some custard or perhaps some ice cream if it’s summer!
I recommend draining at least half or 3/4 of the liquid from the canned pineapples so that it’s not too liquidy and helps set.
Drain the liquid from the pineapple can then add the pineapples into a mixing bowl then crush them- add the sugar, cornstarch and salt. Mix until it's a thick liquid. Add the mixture into the pie dishes then place in oven for 30 minutes.
This 1-can peach crumble is absolutely scrumptious! With simple ingredients and a low-cost dessert- what can go wrong? You can add or change any of the spices based on your desired tastes.
Allspice will give it a more autumny flavour while cinnamon and nutmeg are used as their base. Though I didn’t add ginger to the recipe; you can add it to compliment the flavour a lot more. We used turmeric and cumin butter in this recipe to give some flavour to the dough. Though mostly it is to use up the butter before it goes off.
If you want to use a more sophisticated and cost-effective crumble; you can replace the crumble with cake crumbs. Not only does this reduce waste- but it also puts use to any leftover cake that you have left.
This delicate peach tart has a slightly sweet flavour but is not sweet enough to mask the peach flavour. Using canned peaches the recipe serves as a cheap dessert. Similarly to our pineapple pie– we drain the liquid from the can in order to help it thicken in the oven.
You can use our pie pastry recipe for the pastry for the tart. The pastry is slightly sweet and adds a great crust.
This dessert is great with topping with ice cream and is best served hot as it deepens the peach flavour. It is best also with a custard topping as well.
Drain the liquid from the peach can then add the peaches into a mixing bowl then crush them- add the sugar, cornstarch and salt. Mix until it's a thick liquid. Add the mixture into the pie dishes then place in oven for 30 minutes.