Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Dark Chocolate Rolled Oats Raisin Walnut Cookies

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


  1. Anytime I can eat cookies with breakfast is a god day! These look great!

  2. I love cookies that are part healthy and part sweet indulgence and these represent that great balance. I like the list of ingredients and the rustic look to these cookies. I am sure they taste delicious. Great post.

  3. I too give real long names at times! What to do .. not very creative at naming things!
    This looks lovely and dark chocolate .. oh yeah .. anytime.

  4. @Erin
    Tq Erin!
    Cookies at breakfast? count me in then! ;)

  5. @Tina
    Tq Tina!
    that's why I have no guilty feeling enjoy this cookies... rustic ones is homemade ones right?! ;)

  6. @Kankana
    Haha ha! as long as the ingredients is on the list and taste great on our palate! :)
    I'm a big fan of dark chocolate too, the bitter the chocolate - the better ;)

  7. It's okay if you gave it a 10 word name... the cookies look good with any name... and if you can eat them for breakfast, I'm in! Thanks also for coming by Curry and Comfort and giving me well wishes! I really appreciate it. :)

  8. These look delicious! I really like the ingredients! They are decadent and healthy at the same time! A rare combination...

  9. @cury and cofort
    Tq! haha ha! let's join the breakfast then?!
    my pleasure to have one more friend, still wishing the best for u ;)

  10. @Ann
    Tq Ann!
    You're always sweet and kind
    I been miss u since I'm not online on twitter for a couple of days :)
    Healthy threat who's not wanting! ;)

  11. Oh, I adore oatmeal cookies...and would happily eat them for breakfast :)

  12. i don't mind at all having cookies for breakfast, lunch and dinner! i'd definitely have a hard time not emptying the jar in no time!

  13. Yummy..yummy..yummy...! send me one jar please.. ^,^ thx for sharing the recipe Elies.. bookmarked it .

  14. Cookies looks perfect and Yummy,,,Hope you had a good time with your mom and you mother in law,i bet they like these yummy cookies :)

  15. @lizzy
    Tq lizzy! hope this oatmeal cookies can be one of ur snack-breakfast-dessert too ;)

  16. @Roxana
    Haha ha!
    sometimes I "cheat" it that way too... can't help it right?! ;)

  17. @Citra
    Tq citra!
    Haha ha! I wish I could do that dear... Fed-Ex? :D
    and thx again for bookmarked ;)

  18. @Ridwan
    Tq ridwan for ur kind comment and wishes
    I'm having a good time with them, yes :)

  19. This looks like my kind of cookie! I haven't tried a cookie with rye flower yet. I will have to give this one a try.

  20. These look great!! And you are right, dessert for breakfast is not a bad idea! :))

  21. Yummy cookies! Well long name but we know what's in it, so I like it! ;-) I

  22. It doesn't really matter what you call it, it just looks delicious!

  23. I think it would be hard to resist these cookies for sure! What's not to love? =)

  24. @Peggy
    Yes... why not to love? a healthier cookies! a healthier us!;)

  25. @chopindndmysaucepan
    Yea... what is a name? when our palate taste greater more than a name? :D
    good luck with ur jelly challange! :)

  26. @nami
    Tq for liking it dear... as always u're so sweet :)
    Ohh... I wish there a store like Target in Indonesia, it's so hard to find a plate or even a bowl that's keep going into my head!! :P
    Lucky u sweetie ;)

  27. @Russel
    Tq russel!
    I know u'll lke this since there a chocolate inside... hehe he :D
    give it a try, those flour give a nice texture and make the cookies more healtier ;)

  28. @kate
    Tq kate!
    dessert at breakfast is a mush to try just watch out for the ingredients ;)

  29. New follower over from Chef Dennis's site. Any friend of his is a friend of mine. This recipe really caught my eye. I'm a baking girl. These look so tasty and scrumptious.


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