Monday, June 9, 2014
Oatmeal chocolate cookies
My GF lent was a success, although it was a lot harder than I thought.
I had not imagened how much a person can crave just a teeny bity of bread.
Or how many foods actually have gluten, even if it doesn't seem so.
But after Passover I have been eating gluten again and I can notice my fybromyalgia acting out.
So, I have been trying to find GF treats for myself.
And I was so happy when I found out, little research never did anything bad to anyone, that there actually is GF oatmeal.
What was the next step?
Oatmeal cookies of course, and since chocolate is GF also, well, that would be the perfect solution, wouldn't it.
Here is my recipe for Oatmeal chocolate cookies.
We had a lot fun doing them with my son and even more fun eating them.
5 dl oatmeal
200 gr margarine
100 gr dark chocolate
0,5 dl sugar
1tea spoon vainilla
1. Melt the chocolate together with margarine. I used microwave because it is the easiest way. Then mix them well and let them cool off.
2. Mix oatmeal with the egg, sugar and vainilla. Just use a big spoon and get them all mixed even.
3. Mix the cooled off chocolate-margarine with the rest of the ingredients. It's important that it really has cooled off or you'll cook the eggs.
4. Make little balls of the mix and bake them in 200C. My oven leaks so you might not need that high temperature. The time depends on the size of the cookies you make but 10-15 min should be enough.