I was sent two bags of Marriage’s The Master Millers Golden Wholegrain Flour to bake with and I decided to make these cookies with the plain flour. Using wholegrain flour in your baking is an easy way to get more fibre in your diet. Marriage’s Golden Wholegrain Flour contains twice the amount of fibre than regular white flour. Current guidelines recommend that we should be eating 18g of fibre per day, and research has shown that only 5% of people in the UK manage to meet this target, so we need all the help we can get!
I toasted almonds in the oven on a lined baking tray for 5 mins.
Then I chopped them up into pieces.
I creamed together butter with soft brown sugar. Then I whisked in vanilla, egg and golden syrup.
I mixed in oats, baking powder and Marriage’s The Master Millers Golden Wholegrain Plain Flour.
Then I added the chopped almonds along with raisins.
I used my hands to shape pieces of the mixture into balls which I then flattened down. I put them onto a lined baking tray leaving room for them to spread.
The cookies baked for about 15 minutes until they were lovely and golden.
I sent the Golden Oat Raisin & Almond Cookies with my boyfriend to take into work with him as I not only have my own colleagues requesting bakes, I also have his colleagues asking for them too! It’s great to have a wide audience of willing volunteers to eat my bakes. The Golden Oat Raisin & Almond Cookies went down really well and I grabbed one when they were still warm, which really is one of the best parts of baking. They were so yummy, I would call these a hearty and comforting bake that makes you feel very homely – if that makes sense!
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Golden Oat Raisin & Almond Cookies
- 100 g Almonds
- 100 g Butter
- 200 g Soft brown sugar
- 1 Egg large
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 tbsp Golden Syrup
- 125 g Oats
- 125 g Golden Wholegrain Plain Flour
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- 100 g Raisins
Toast the almonds in the oven on a lined baking tray for 5 mins at 190C/375F/Gas Mark 5. Then chop them up into pieces
Cream together the butter and sugar. Then whisk in the vanilla, egg and golden syrup
Mix in the oats, baking powder and flour
Then add the chopped almonds along with the raisins
Use your hands to shape pieces of the mixture into balls. Flatten them down and put them onto a lined baking tray, leaving room for them to spread. Bake the cookies on 180C/350F/Gas Mark 4 for about 15 minutes until they are lovely and golden.