Honey Oats Cookies with Ginger and Cranberries

Cookies… just  the name will make anyones mouth water ,everyone has  some cookie they just can’t resist. I need  one with my morning cup of  coffee to keep me going through the morning madness.

Cookies appear to have their origins in 7th century Persia shortly after the use of sugar became relatively common in the region.They then spread to Europe . By the 14th century, they were common. Most common modern cookie, given its style by the creaming of butter and sugar, was not common until the 18th century.

Cookies can be made with array of ingredients. This is medley of my favorite  flavors , having experimented with different things this is my best combination. Cookies with oats are a bit soft not biscity so i prefer to bake them full 15 mins. I used ground ginger powder.


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Prep:10 min  

 Cook:15  min  

Ingredients

Makes : 6 biscuits

  • 100g butter 
  • 3 tbsp honey
  • 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
  • 120g  plain flour
  • 200g   oats 
  • 80g sugar (brown, granulated or caster )
  • 50g sweet cranberries
  • 1 tbsp ginger powder or freshly grated root ginger
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cookie mixture ready to be rolled
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cookies ready to go in the oven
  1. Gently melt butter and honey together.
  2. Take off heat and add bicarbonate of soda.
  3. In a bowl, put flour, oats ,cranberries ,ginger and sugar.
  4. Add and stir in the liquid mixture and allow to cool slightly.
  5. Place equal knobs of the mixture onto a baking tray lined with aluminium foil and flatten slightly.
  6. Bake on middle shelf for 12-15 minutes in preheated moderate oven (180 C / Gas 4).
  7. Leave to cool until cold before gobbling up!

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