Oatmeal cookies are always a delight to have, be it just plain or for breakfast. Normally i would make these with eggs and wondered how a cookie would taste if made eggless. I found this Eggless oatmeal Cookies from Food.com which looked easy to start with simple ingredients and was appealing with good reviews. Gave it a try right away, the recipe was for 3 dozen cookies, which was a lot for us so had to downsize. I halved the recipe and the cookies turned out awesome….
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|Unsalted Butter||1/2 cup or 1 stick (room temperature/ softened)|
|Brown Sugar (Dark or Light)||1/2 cup|
|Rolled Oats||1 cup|
|All purpose flour||3/4 cup|
|Cinnamon||a pinch (optional)|
|Baking Soda||1/2 teaspoon|
|Boiling water||1/8 cup|
|Semi -sweet chocolate chunks or chips||1/4 cup|
|Walnuts||1/4 cup (chopped)|
2. Combine all purpose flour, cinnamon with salt and keep it in a bowl. Add this to butter mixture and mix.
3. Boil 1/8 cup of water and dissolve baking soda in the water.
4. Pour this soda water into the batter.
5. Stir in the rolled oats, raisins, walnuts and add the chocolate chips.
6. Combine to make a dough, scoop them into a baking try in little portions, placing them about 2 inch apart.
7. Bake at 350 F for 12 to 15 minutes or until they turn golden brown on the edges.
8. Once done, let them cool completely and store in an air-tight box for upto a week.
- Makes 12 cookies
- Make sure your butter soft but kind of stiff to avoid cookies turn out flat.
- Regular Rolled or Quick cooking oats will work for this recipe. Instant oats will not work for baking these cookies.
- To much beating will also make the cookies turn out flat while baking.
- Refrigerating the dough for couple of hours before baking also helps them to rise better.
- Nuts, chocolates & raisins are optional but does give the kind of texture and taste while grabbing a bite.
- I’ve used chocolate chunks you may use any kind of chips.. dark, semi sweet or milk chocolate.
- I’ve have used dark brown sugar and hence the edges look dark. Color changes depending on the sugar used.
- Serve them plain or dunk it in milk.
- Sorry for not posting steps as some of my pictures turned dark and were not clear but will include soon as i am planning on baking it again.