The Wholesome Cookie

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These soft, chewy healthy oats cookies are bound to be your favorite this baking season. The use of rolled oats not just makes them little chewy but also gives texture. Studded with raisins for some extra sweetness which is perfectly balanced by the spice mix.

Now breakfast is usually a huge struggle with my toddler. Any version of oats is completely rejected but he does like biscuits and cookies. So, I decided to make oats cookies because what’s available in the store has an excess of refined flour and sugar. After 2-3 different versions of oats cookies, I kind of fell in love with this recipe. I add walnuts, pumpkin, and coconut in these cookies, as  together they create magic. The baking process will leave your kitchen smelling like pumpkin pie with hints of coconut. These cookies are guilt-free indulgences and I usually end up having more than one. However, even though my son doesn’t eat more than one and at times just a half, I am happy he is eating something healthy.

The best part about these cookies is the time required to make them. They are ready in just half an hour. Absolutely fussy free… whisk no double boiler just you and your spatula. And they happen to be just perfect Christmas gifts too……all the more reason to make them.

Pumpkin and coconut oats cookies

Course:  Breakfast
Cuisine: English
Preparation Time: 15 minutes

Cooking Time: 12-15 minutes
Dry Ingredient:
Rolled oats 200g
Instant oats 100g
Desiccated coconut 80g
Walnuts (chopped) ½ cup
Raisins ½ cup
Salt ¼ tsp.
Pumpkin pie spice 4 tbsp.
Wet Ingredient:
Honey ½ cup
Egg (slightly beaten) 1
Coconut oil ¼ cup
Pumpkin puree 8 tbsp.
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180-degree celsius for 10 minutes.
  2. Place all the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl and mix well with a spatula.
  3. Add all the wet ingredients and mix until fully combined but don’t overmix.
  4. Scoop out the mixture into balls and place them over pre-lined and greased baking trays.
  5. Gently press to get an even shaped cookie and bake for 12-15 min. let the cookies cool before removing them from the trays.

Note: don’t overmix after adding the wet ingredients These cookies don’t expand so you can place them close together.

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