Oaty energy cookies

Oaty energy cookies

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 30 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Makes 6

Get your children in the kitchen to bake a batch of these simple biscuits from CBeebies’ 'i can cook'

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per cookie

kcalories
201
protein
4g
carbs
28g
fat
8g
saturates
5g
fibre
2g
sugar
14g
salt
0.3g
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Ingredients

  • 50g ready-to-eat dried apricots
  • 50g soft butter
  • 50g light brown sugar
  • 2 tbsp condensed milk (look for it in tubes)
  • 50g rolled oats
  • 85g self-raising flour

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Method

  1. Heat oven to 150C/130C fan/gas 2. Line a baking tray with baking parchment. Using children’s scissors, cut the apricots into small pieces.
  2. Put the butter and sugar in a mixing bowl and beat well with a wooden spoon. Use very soft butter to make it easy for young wrists to beat the butter and sugar together. Add the condensed milk, beat well, then add the oats and apricots, and mix well again. Finally, add the flour and mix until it starts to disappear – you can use your hands to mix it, too.
  3. Bring the dough together into one big ball, then break into 6 equal-sized lumps (this ensures the cookies bake at the same time). Roll each into a ball, then squash onto the baking parchment with the palm of your hand.
  4. Bake for 25-30 mins until golden on the edges. Leave to cool on the tray. The cookies will keep in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, July 2012

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joferg's picture
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Really nice recipe & very quick to make. I made 8 biscuits. Apricots are very good but would work with any dried fruit. Think this will be a regular bake.

mummylizemore's picture
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My 5 year old son enjoyed making these. I weighed out the ingredients& he happily carried on by himself. We split the mixture into 12 which made childrens sized cookies. We used chocolate chips on this occasion but will make them again & again with different variations. Very tasty & moorish.

dcoops27's picture

Lovely cookies fun to make. We have made all different flavours, cranberries, blueberries (dried but I soaked them)! I think I'll reduce the sugar amounts......!

suem0rg4n's picture

These are lovely - very, very sweet so I reduce the sugar to 35g. Easy to over bake and go dry so be careful. I make a batch every week, using lots of different dried fruit depending on what I have in(dates are the current favourite!) for my children to take to school for morning snack, they are much healthier than bought cereal bars.

emilybillson's picture

These are lovely! Made by my 9 year old daughter for a project to make biscuits to take into the Rainforest.

theforsters's picture
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Dry & bland

nicolayates-87's picture
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I'm a cook for school dinner and am using this recipe for a pudding. lovely cookie going to try it with wholemeal flour. Apricots good as most of the kids at school turn their nose up at any other dried fruit!

lisajo29's picture
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Should have given 5 stars!

lisajo29's picture
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Amazing! I omitted the apricots (as didn't have any) and kept to the recipe but doubled up to make 12 good thick sized cookies. They are sooo delicious. Definately one I'll make on a regular basis. Going to try the Cheese roll ups next! Bring on more recipes from the 'I Can Cook' range.

davidcharlton361's picture

Dear Sir or Madam. thank you for your recipe for oaty cookies excellent
regards
David Charlton

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