#CHECKITOAT: Easy Oat Cookies Recipe

Source: Snorgtees

In celebration of the new Star Wars Force Awakens trailer and our #CHECKITOAT week, we obviously HAD to celebrate by teaching you guys how to make some cookies!

This recipe can transform your uneaten oats into some delicious cookies. Make them for your friends… or you know just keep them all to yourself. No shame. When they’re this damn good, sometimes its hard to share.
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  • 100g of oats
  • 100g of brown sugar*
  • 100g of flour
  • 80g of melted butter**
  • 1 tbsp of maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp of milk
  • 1 tsp of cinnamon

*You can substitute this for normal sugar if you like!
** Our attempt used 100g of butter like a lot of the other recommendations online but we found that to be too wet for the mixture so would recommend less butter for a better consistency


    1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees celsius
    2. Melt together, the butter, milk and maple syrup in a small pan
    3. Mix the oats, flour, sugar and cinnamon together into a bowl
    4. Mix melted mixture into the bowl
    5. Mould the mixture into balls
    6. Cook in the oven until golden brown (approximately 20-30 minutes)

And voila place them on a plate and shine your new beauties into the sun… or at least thats what we did when we took the photo! 😉


You can also watch this recipe on our facebook page.

Oatmeal cookies are even better dressed with things like dried fruits and nuts! What do you like to put inside your oatmeal cookies? Share with us your creations on our facebook, instagram & twitter using #uneatenmatters!


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