Taking advantage of the rest that time is giving us in the north, we used Bezzia to turn on the oven and prepare some delicious oatmeal cookies and honey with chocolate. Some chubby and very tender cookies that melt in your mouth.
We like these cookies, in addition to their taste, for their simplicity. It is enough to mix all the ingredients, shape the cookies and wait for the oven to do its job. Then you will have to be a little delicate when handling them; no dip them in milk or you will be left without them.
They are not crispy cookies, they are soft cookies and very easy to eat. A perfect biscuit to give you a sweet treat in the middle of the afternoon. The most is designed for 14 cookies, keep it in mind and double the amounts if you think you’re going to fall short. Do you like oatmeal cookies? Try these banana even simpler.
- 130 g. oatmeal
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- ½ teaspoon chemical yeast
- A pinch of salt
- 70 g. of honey
- 60 g. of datil syrup* (see step by step)
- 40 g. melted butter
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 5 ounces chocolate chopped
Step by step
- Don’t you have date syrup? You can prepare it at home. Soak in a bowl 8 dates without bone in hot water for 10 minutes. Then beat the dates with part of that water until you get a syrup. Ideally, you add the water little by little until you achieve the right density.
- Preheat the oven to 180ºC.
- Mix flour, baking soda, chemical yeast and salt in a bowl .
- Add honey, date syrup, butter and cinnamon and mix until everything is well integrated.
- To finish with the dough incorporate and mix the chopped chocolate . The resulting table will be a slightly damp mass.
- With the help of two spoons gives rounded shape to small portions of dough. Place them as you do it on a tray with sulphurized paper or silicone iron.
- With slightly damp fingers then crush each ball a little .
- Bake for 15 minutes or until cookies catch a beautiful golden hue.
- Then, take the oatmeal and honey cookies out of the oven, place them on a rack and wait for them to cool to taste them.