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Friday, March 22, 2013

Oatmeal cookies



Last Sunday I posted a picture of oatmeal cookies on my instagram. My cousins had made them with my aunt, and Kelly, who writes a lovely blog called 'the Dutch Dauphine' asked if I could post the recipe on my blog. In Finland these cookies are quite popular, as they are incredibly easy and quick to make. At least in my family we have been making them quite often.

This recipe isn't necessarily the one my aunt used, but my mother uses this one, as do I when I make oatmeal cookies. My aunt and cousins decorated them with chocolate icing but that's entirely optional.

Oatmeal cookies

Ingredients:
(good for 30 cookies)

50 grams (3,5 table spoonfuls) of butter (margarin works too)
2 dl (0,85 cups) of rolled oats
1 table spoonful of wheat flour
1 tea spoonful of baking powder
1 dl (0,425 cups) of sugar
1 egg

1. Pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees celsius. (392 degrees Fahrenheit)
2. Melt the butter in a pan.
3. Add the rest of the ingredients to the pan and mix them with a wooden fork.
4. With two spoons make small round dough balls and lay them on a sheet of baking paper.
Make sure to leave about 10 cm (~4 inches) in between the balls.
5. Place the baking paper on an oven plate and let the cookies stay in the upper department of the oven for about 5 minutes.

Ingrediënten:
(genoeg voor 30 koekjes)

50 gram roomboter (margarine is ook goed)
2 dl havermout
1 eetlepel tarwebloem
1 theelepel bakpoeder
1 dl suiker
1 ei

1. Verwarm de oven voor op 200 graden Celsius.
2. Smelt de boter in een pan.
3. Voeg de rest van de ingrediënten toe aan de boter en roer deze meet een houten vork.
4. Maak ronde balletjes deeg met twee lepels en leg ze op bakpapier. 
Zorg dat er ongeveer 10 cm tussen de balletjes zit.
5. Plaats het bakpapier op een ovenplaat en leg ze boven in de oven voor een minuut of 5.

14 comments:

  1. Easy and quick - that is combination I like! :)
    And it actually looks delicious since I love this kind of cookies veeeeery much! :)

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  2. Ik ga ze een keertje proberen!

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  3. Kauralastut! ♥ Parhautta! ♥

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  4. Hmm.. dat lijkt me heerlijk :D

    XOXO
    IT'S DASH

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  5. Söpöjä! Vois itekin leipoo vähän keksejä joku päivä! :D

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  6. looks really really good!!!

    bisous,
    mia

    heylilahey

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  7. Ziet er goed uit!

    xo Sootjeelina

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  8. I loooove oatmeal cookies! I'm not a keuken princess by any means, so I used some internet recipe the last time, but now I will try yours:)
    Thanks for sharing Senja!:)

    xx
    Tali

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  9. It looks so yummy!!! Really need to try it!!


    xoxo

    Julia from aboyeur.blogspot.com

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  10. Oh, they look delicious! I´m always sooo lazy too make recipes I see and really like on blogs on my own. Maybe in spring I get more energy for baking, I really started to like it more and more in fall. :)

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  11. These look delicious!!!!! I love that you sprinkled a little chocolate icing on top ;) Yummy!!!!!

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  12. this looks super duper delicious!

    xx, Sabinna and David
    Broken Cookies

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