With holidays just around the corner, I have been baking up lot of stuff to present it to you guys and to friends. Baking is really fun when kids get to do their part and you stick it in oven, set timer and forget. Voila, you have your beautiful creation at the end of it to enjoy. :o)
This is one my cookies recipe that I tweaked to use oatmeal rather than just flour. It turns out pretty soft and with chocolate chips in it, oh you will be wanting more.
Quick Oats - 1-1/2 cup
Flour - 1-1/2 cup (I used multigrain)
Baking Soda - 1 tsp.
Salt - 1/2 tsp.
Butter - 2/3 cup
Brown Sugar - 2/3 Cup
Eggs - 2 large
Yogurt - 1/3 cup
White Chocolate chunks or chips - 2/3 cup
Method of Preparation:
~ Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
~ Line the cookies sheet with foil and spray with butter.
~ Mix first 4 dry ingredients in a small bowl
~ In another bigger bowl, combine melted butter and brown sugar with hand mixer until fluffy.
~ Add eggs one by one and then beaten yogurt
~ Once all are combined well, add dry ingredients in batches. Each time making sure it's all mixed properly.
~ Finally fold in the chocolate chips.
~ Scoop out tablespoon of cookie dough and place it on cookie sheet.
~ Bake for 12 to 14 minutes or until the top turns golden brown.
~ Take out and cool them on wire rack after 5 minutes.
Sending this off to Bon Vivant#10 - Festive Feasts going on at my space. Do check out the new concept attached to Bon Vivant at the above link.
And to Cook's Joy - Bake Fest#14,
Roshni's Show me your Hits,
Spotlight - Healthy Baking @Recipe Junction,
FoodOMania's Christmas Cook-off