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Crispy Cereal Oat Cookies ~ 香脆燕麦饼干

These flourless cookies made with oats and cereal topping are crispy and crunchy, more or less like cereal bars really, just that they are shaped in the form of cookies.  Healthy and nutritious for breakfast or just to snack on!






Crispy Ceral Oat Cookies ~  香脆燕麦饼干

Ingredients                           


  • 140 gm cereal topping
  • 75 gm rolled oats
  • 70 gm vanilla sugar
  • 90 gm salted butter
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1.1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 Tbsp golden syrup
  • 1 Tbsp milk
Method
  1. Melt butter with the golden syrup, let cool, then mix in milk.
  2. Mix cereal, baking soda and cinnamon in a large bowl.
  3. Stir in rolled oats and sugar.
  4. Pour the milk mixture into the rolled oats mixture, mix to combine.
  5. Form into balls the size of walnuts and place 2 inches apart on a parchment lined baking tray.
  6. Bake in a preheated oven @ 10 deg.C for about 12 to 15 mins. till golden brown.
  7. Cool and transfer onto wire rack to cool completely.
  8. Store in cookie jar.
  9. Yield :  20 fairly big cookies



Comments

  1. Cheah, love this ...healthy too :) thanks for sharing. have kiv this

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    1. Oh yes and stay that way too for a few days, kept well.

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  3. Hi! Noob qns: wat is cereal topping? Is there any substitutions for this? Tks in adv!

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    1. Just cereal which you can sprinkle on your oats, yoghurt at breakfast. There's a picture of it in my post, next to the recipe.

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  4. Hi Cheah, it difficult to find CerealToppings here. Can i substitute with any cereal? Like Rice Krispies maybe? Thx for you anwers
    Sondang

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    1. Yes, you substitute with other cereals and chopped nuts as well.

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