There is this one thing at IKEA that you jus have to get, every time you are there. For most people that are candles, or blankets or frames for pictures. But I had to get oatmeal cookies every time we stopped by the store.
One day I stumpeld upon this recipe of oatmeal cookies and what should I say? I haven’t bought them at IKEAs since first tried these ones ;)
If you would like to try them too, just go ahead. They are really easy and so f***ing delicious.
For round about 40 cookies you need:
100 g Butter (or Margarine)
125 g brown sugar
88 g oatmeal
½ vanilla rod
A little bit of salt
1 spoon of maple syrup
1 ½ spoon of flour
Melt the butter and when it’s melted put the oatmeal and the sugar inside the pot. Now you have to let it cool down and rest overnight
After that you put the flour, the maple syrup, the egg and the oatmeal-sugar-butter mixture in the food processor and mix it till its smooth.
Put little piles (like ½ teaspoon) onto the baking pan (be sure to add a layer of baking paper before that ;)). Put them circa 6 cm away from each other, because they will start to run.
Now put them for 8 minutes in the oven (170° C). When the rims get brown they are finished. Let them cool a bit before eating ;)
It's my second and last contribution for this challenge:
Enjoy, till next time