Oat Flour Raisin Cookies
Deliciously chewy raisin cookies made with oat flour. Tasty and gluten free!
Oat Flour Raisin Cookies Recipe
- Oat Flour: 250 g
- Baking Powder: 0.50 tspn
- Salt: 1 pinch
- Brown Sugar: 75 g
- Raisins: 65 g
- Melted Unsalted Butter: 45 g
- Milk Of Choice: 30 ml
Oat Flour Raisin Cookies Method
- Preheat your oven to 180° (350°) and line a baking tray with baking paper
- Combine the oat flour, baking powder, salt, brown sugar and raisins in a bowl
- Add the melted butter and milk and mix until combined. If it's too dry, add a teaspoon of milk at a time until it comes together as a ball
- Shape into 9 balls and place on the baking tray. Flatten slightly with a fork
- Bake for 15 minutes or until they're a nice golden brown colour
- Place them on a cooling rack and sprinkle with brown sugar if you like. Enjoy!
Gluten Free, Healthy And Delicious
These oat flour raisin cookies are quick to make, healthy and gluten free! I learnt how to make my own oat flour at home, it’s so easy and quick to do. You end up with a healthy alternative to regular processed flour- learn how to make it here!
These Are The Chewy, Soft Kind Of Cookies
I loove that about this recipe. For me, these hearty cookies are best cooked til they just turn golden brown then sprinkled with demerera sugar. If you prefer them a bit crunchier, feel free to cook them for a few minutes longer. These cookies don’t spread much when baking like other cookie recipe’s I’ve tried. For me, that’s great as it means you get slightly crispy edges and still have the soft chewy texture on the inside! Just be aware that you should flatten them before baking as they wont melt down too much.
Add some spice
These cookies are amazing with a half a teaspoon of cinammon. It’s like a warm hug in cookie form! Or add some mixed spice, nutmeg, ginger, whatever you fancy – it all works amazingly well in this versatile cookie recipe.
Oat flour or rolled oats?
This recipe uses oat flour, but you can also make these with whole rolled oats if you prefer. The texture will be more chunky but will still taste great. The oat flour in this recipe tends to absorb liquid quicker than other flours, so you may need to add more milk a bit at a time until it comes together. If you find you add too much milk, just add a teaspoon of oat flour at a time until it forms a dough.
Swap out the raisins for chocolate chips for a real treat
Some people are not a fan of raisins and would much prefer chocolate chips in their oat flour cookie – swap out the raisins if you wish! My preference is raisins though as their chewiness blends really well with this cookie.
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