It’s made in less than a minute, which means you can make yourself a cookie whenever! All the ingredients are mixed in a ramekin and then baked in the microwave, giving you a soft cookie which literally melts into your mouth laced with chocolate chips. This healthy dessert came to mind after a friend from school suggested me to put a very easy and quick recipe on my blog. So here it is, J!
I love making this when I’m just too lazy to make a big batch of cookies, especially on school days. And for those microwave-haters, I got you covered. This can also be made in the oven, but will take around 15 minutes to bake.
Not only are they healthy, they taste awesome too! Coconut oil helps keep it all together and the oats are so flaky and delicious. This is the first time I’ve used oat flour ( I grinded oats in a food processor), and it acts exactly like regular flour! Make sure you grab a bit before everyone finishes it off.
The cookies are best eaten with a plate under so all the crumbs that fall can be picked up and eaten! Oh, and I just wanted to say that chocolate is my favorite thing to eat. Ever.
One piece of advice: Don’t forget to add the sugar! I made that mistake and realized it just after I had finished placing all the cookie dough neatly on the tray, all ready to go in the oven. So, sadly, I had to break all my nicely shaped cookies and mix it all together in a bowl with the sugar and then place then back on the tray. Read More »
On Saturday, I was looking in the pantry and I saw this jar of tahini. Then I noticed a leftover jar of pumpkin seeds. And suddenly I had this craving for cookies. You can guess what happened next.
No more classic chocolate chip cookies for me! These chewy, thick, almost cake-like cookies are my new fave. These were so delicious, I ate about five of them straight out of the oven. But I felt like something was missing.Read More »