Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

If you can use home made muesli/granola, because some of the bought mueslis can be very sweet.I sometimes add some dried cranberries, about a tablespoon.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
  2. Lightly grease one or two baking sheets.
  3. Put butter, sugar and syrup in a pan and heat gently until the butter is melted Measure all the other ingredients in a large bowl and add the melted mixture, stir until well blended.
  4. Spoon teaspoonfuls on the baking sheet (s), making sure you give them room to spread Bake them for approx 15 minutes.
  5. Leave them to cool on the baking sheet for a few moments, lift them of with a metal spatula and let them cool completely on a cake rack.


Most Helpful

We call this a biscuit/cookie. A biscuit is different in the US, so for most people seeing this recipe,: it is a cookie

Pets'R'us February 10, 2003

This recipe is really yummy. I do think that they could benefit from 1 egg, however, I made a lot of substitutions, so maybe that was the problem.

I used white sugar a little molasses instead of the fancy pants sugar you listed.
I used 1 cup of flour, 1 1/2 tsp of baking powder and 1/4 tsp salt instead of the self-rising flour (which by the way, is usually bleached)
I used half molasses half maple syrup instead of the "golden syrup" your recipe calls for.

I used the Seitenbacher's Raspberry, Sunflower seed, raisin, apple Museli as well for this. Will def make this again, but add an egg next time.


Heather V. November 10, 2010

I had muesli to use up and decided to make this. I am not sure if it was the muesli I used but I had to modify the recipe to get the right consistency prior to baking. I added another tablespoon of syrup, 1/3 cup self-raising flour and approxinately 1/4 cup milk to the mixture. After that they were able to be shaped and baked. The final result was great.

Wendy's Kitchen September 23, 2006

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