Healthy Cookie Rocks

Healthy Cookie Rocks

  • 14 pieces
  • 45 mins
  • 129 kcal
  • DF VE

This recipe for filling, oat-based cookies is probably the healthiest biscuit recipe I’ve come up with so far! And ok, healthy might be a stretch, but the recipe has plenty of goodness in it, and none of the terrible preservatives etc you encounter in store-bought cookies. I came up with it while playing around with various ingredients with my young daughter. She had been given a school assignment to do some baking, and we thought that it would be great to pair her assignment with a recipe that I can post on fooodlove!

These cookies are a treat. Their squidgy texture and their subtly spiced vanilla flavour, alongside the added sweetness from the honey, dried cranberries and chocolate chips, make them a definite sweet treat. But if you’re looking for a biscuit which is both a treat and has some goodness to it, this is a great option, as those oats give slow-release energy, making sure a nibble of cookie will keep you going as well as satisfying your sweet tooth!

Healthy Cookie Rocks

While rolling the cookies into small balls, you may want to keep your hands wet so the mixture doesn’t stick so much.

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