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20/09/2009


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oatie rounds ...

2oz caster sugar
4oz soft margarine
4oz rolled oats
2oz plain flour

Preheat oven to 160oC
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Cream together sugar and margarine, then work in oats and flour. Knead lightly on a floured surface, roll out to desired thickness, cut into rounds and place on a greased baking tray.
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Bake for about 20 mins or until beginning to colour.
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Instead of rounds, I cut my biscuits with a heart-shape cutter, and used Dorset Cereal's fruity porridge instead of rolled oats, doubling the quantity to make bigger, chunkier biscuits!
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These biscuits are easy-peasy to make, and go down a right treat with a cup of tea or coffee!
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11 comments:

nikkipolani said...

sounds fantastic, Louise, I love oatmeal cookies :-)

Ginny said...

great for after school snacks for hungry girls i expect too.
ginny x

LizzieJane said...

Thank you for another delicious recipe!
x

Ally Johnston said...

Good for lunch boxes too. Great recipe.

Glo said...

Yummy! Great idea to use the heart shaped cookie cutters! Always looks like the recipe has an extra ingredient of love inside! I bet you're like me -- havinb all sorts of heart shaped baking pans, cutters, etc.!

Pomona said...

Those look really nice - I must try them!

Pomona x

OhSoVintage said...

They look yummy!

Jane said...

Sounds delicious Louise, we've been busy baking this week too. Jane x

the homely year said...

Hi Louise, they sound delicious...must try the recipe as we all love homemade biscuits.
Margaret and Noreen

acornmoon said...

I can almost smell the baking! Put the kettle on, I'm on my way.

primrozie said...

Hi Louise! It was so nice to hear from you! I haven't posted for so long, I figured everyone would forget about me.

I'll sort out my hours with work (I'm in the process of doing) and eventually I'll get some of my life back ;)

I'm harvesting leeks and I made some awesome leek and potato soup over the weekend. I'll need to perfect as I've never made it before. My family is fine with me practicing, of course!

I like your blogs!