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Ingredients for Cooking Sesame Oatmeal Cookies
- Oatmeal flakes 150 grams
- Sesame seeds 20 grams
- Salt to taste
- Butter 1 tablespoon
- Honey 1 tablespoon
- Egg 1 piece
- Main Ingredients: Oil, Oatmeal, Honey
- Serving 4 servings
Frying pan, baking tray, parchment, tablespoon, hot pot holders.
Cooking oatmeal cookies with sesame seeds:
Step 1: Dry the oatmeal and sesame flakes.
Pour oatmeal and sesame seeds into a dry frying pan. Heat everything over medium heat until golden brown. And do not forget to mix so that nothing burns.
When the flakes and sesame seeds become crispy and acquire a characteristic color, remove them from the heat.
Step 2: prepare the mass for the cookies.
Preventing the oatmeal and sesame seeds from cooling, add butter and honey to them, and then mix well.
Leave the mixture to cool at room temperature.
And when everything cools down, add the chicken egg and mix everything very well again.
You get a sticky, heterogeneous mass. This kind of cookie dough will not spread.
Step 3: bake oatmeal cookies with sesame seeds.
Set the oven to warm up 170 degrees Celsius.
At this time, cover the baking sheet with parchment paper and spread the oatmeal on it with a tablespoon. Spread future cookies at a certain distance from each other so that during baking they do not stick together into one big "pastry".
Bake oatmeal cookies with sesame seeds for 15 minutes.
After baking, let the liver cool to room temperature, then, prying with a spatula, remove it from the pan and serve.
Step 4: serve oatmeal cookies with sesame seeds.
Serve oatmeal cookies with sesame seeds after cooling to tea or coffee. This is a great dessert and even breakfast, especially for those who have no appetite in the morning. Natural oatmeal cookies are much tastier than purchased and incomparably more useful. Such a delicacy can be safely given to children, if they do not have an allergy to bee products, of course.
Enjoy your meal!
- Store the finished cookies in a dry glass jar or in a box whose bottom is covered with baking parchment.