I know... I know...
Most of you maybe thinking the same question like my friend did...
"How come she named the cookies so long? in 7 words!"
Well... if that can express my feeling and appreciation for the food... so be it! ;)
I found this recipe at angie's blog at Angie's Recipes long time ago.
I think start from this recipe I continuously following her blog which is full of great recipe & lovely photos :)
I always said to all my friends and family this sentence : "if you Loves dessert - please have it at breakfast or maybe a little at lunch - not on dinner!"
But you can still have this cookies after the dinner time... of cause don't empty the jar :D
- 50 gram Butter, soften
- 80 gram Brown Sugar (you can add more 25 gram Granulated Sugar depending on your sweet-tooth, I'm not a "big fan" of sweet so I less the sugar)
- 50 gram Flour
- 50 gram Organic Rye Flour
- 75 gram Organic Rolled Oats
- 50 gram Walnut, chopped, toast
- 50 gram Organic Raisin, chopped
- 50 gram Dark Chocolate, chopped
- 1 Egg
- 1 tbsp Orange-Juice
- 1 tsp Orange-Zest
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- Mix : flour, rye flour, salt, baking soda, set a side.
- In another bowl, beat butter and sugar in medium high speed for 30 second, beat in cinnamon just until combine.
- Beat in egg, orange juice and orange zest, just until combine.
- Beat in the dry ingredients.
- Stir in rolled oats, mix.
- Stir in walnut, chocolate and raisin, mix until combine.
- Pre-heat oven to 160C.
- With a fork, make a round circle of dough in a baking trays.
- Press the center of the dough using fork.
- Bake at 160C for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Transfer cookies to wire rack to let it cool.
- Put the cookies on an air-tight container or a jar.
- Enjoy! ;)
Now you can have this cookies at morning... lunch... and even dinner!
No need to have a guilty feeling anymore to have a snack-dessert at dinner now...
but of cause even a healthier cookies can be a "disaster" when you have it unstoppable...
So... it's a matter of us to choose!
I have 2 of this cookies for my snack-dessert dinner today... yours? ;)
Stay Healthy & Loves Your Kitchen More! ;)
Difficulty : Easy
Cooking Time : 30 minutes
Makes : 35 cookies
Adapted from : Angie's Recipes