Oats Chocolate Cookies are gluten free cookies made using oats flour. These cookies were a hit in our home and it vanished as soon as I baked them. As a sweetener, I used honey and brown sugar but we can substitute the brown sugar entirely with honey. If you like chewy textured cookies, I suggest you bake it for 15 minutes and if you wish for a little crumbled ones, bake it for little longer (3 minutes more).
I made this dish as part of the "Shhhh Cooking Secretly Challenge". As part of this challenge a theme is selected at the beginning of the month by one of the participants. All the members are grouped in pairs. The participants will exchange 2 secret ingredients with their partners who are suppose to prepare a dish that matches the theme of that month.
This month's theme is Chocolate and it was suggested by Mayuri Patel from Mayuri's Jikoni.
Mayuri's blog has a wide variety of cuisines from all over the world. I have bookmarked a couple of her desserts to try soon which includes "Nectarine and Blueberry Crisp" and "Coffee and Walnut Cake".
My partner for this month is Narmadha and I gave her milk and cashew and she made Biscuit Truffles. She gave me butter and salt and I made these oats chocolate cookies. Narmadha blogs at Nam's Corner and she has a wonderful blog with wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. I am in love with her Fish Popcorn recipe and would love to try them very soon. Also do check out her Butter Murukku recipe.
Makes - 15 medium sized cookies
- Oats flour - 1 cup
- Baking soda - 1/2 tsp
- Salt - 1/4 tsp
- Cocoa powder - 1 tbsp
- Butter - 2 tbsp
- Egg white - 1
- Vanilla extract - 1/2 teaspoon
- Milk - 1 1/2 tsp
- Honey - 3 tbsp
- Brown sugar - 3 tbsp
1. To make oat flour, use either quick cooking or rolled oats and powder it in a blender.
2. Take 1 cup of the oat flour in a mixing bowl along with baking soda, salt and cocoa powder. Sieve them all together twice to remove all the lumps and to mix them together.
3. Beat a egg white in a different bowl and add melted butter, milk, vanilla extract, honey and brown sugar. Give it a good mix.
4. Add the dry ingredients to the egg mixture and mix gently.
5. Preheat the oven to 325 deg F.
6. Line a parchment paper on baking tray and scoop a tablespoon of cookie dough on the tray and gently press them with the back of a spoon.
7. Bake for 15 minutes for chewy cookies or 18 minutes for crisp ones.
Looks Yummy ���� .. But I don't like milk..so what is a good drink to pair it with ?ReplyDelete
Cookies and milk are a fav combination. Loved these oats based chocolate cookies. Drooling clickReplyDelete
Healthy and delicious cookies with oats flour. The texture looks very nice.ReplyDelete
Healthy and nutritious cookies with oats. Looks so crispy and delicious and perfect to enjoy with cup of Tea/CoffeeReplyDelete
Simply love the texture of the oats chocolate cookies. They look like the melt in the mouth kind of cookies. Without any refined sugar, one can indulge in these cookies without any guilt.ReplyDelete
These sound like a very light, guilt free evening treat, with such limited butter and only egg white used, not talking about the oats! Beautifully made cookies...ReplyDelete
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Loved these cookies, they have got the perfect grainy texture. Looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
This post I am bookmarking. ThiS is definitely a keeper recipe. Will feed my girls these cookies.ReplyDelete
The cookies look so crisp and very delicious! I love how you have used oats flour here to make them gluten-free. A keeper recipe, for sure.ReplyDelete
Such healthy and delicious these oats choco cookies sound. They have got the oerfct texture. Just need some hot milk to pair it.ReplyDelete
Loved the texture of this oats chocolate cookies, perfect evening snack. And the best part is it sugar free, love to have this with hot milk.ReplyDelete
Love the texture of the oat chocolate cookies. This will surely see a lot of midnight munchers heading to the cookie jar in my house.ReplyDelete
cookies are my kids' fav.. with the goodness of Oats, this looks super crunchy...ReplyDelete
Healthy cookies with egg white and full of fibre based.Its crispy and the texture is damn grainy.Awesome presentation and delicious cookies.ReplyDelete
cookies with oats flour looks so healthy and delicious. I simply loved the texture of it.ReplyDelete
Crispy as well as crunchy cookies you have shared here. Love these healthy delicious chocolate cookies that too prepared with oats flour.ReplyDelete