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These cookies got 5 fingers up here. This just couldn't be any easier. I don't keep golden syrup so I used maple syrup and added a 1/2 tsp of maple extract to back it up a bit. I took them out at exactly 10 mins and they were a lovely soft share of beginning tan and still ever so slightly on the chewy side. If you have kids grabbing for the cookie jar these wouldn't suffer from reducing the sugar by a third although dh loves them as they are :D. Thanks Noo!
Mmmm, these cookies are great! They have such a lovely flavour of oats and syrup! The texture is also really nice as they are so crispy and crunchy. I reduced the sugar to 40 g as I thought the syrup would add enough sweetness already and that way they werent too sweet for my liking. I didnt have any self-raising flour, but I just used plain instead, cause of the extra soda and baking powder you had listed. I felt that anymore would compromise the taste... Somehow my cookies didnt really spread that much and stayed in their bally shape, but I dont mind at all. :) THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this lovely recipe with us, Noo! Ill certainly make it again come holiday season. Made and reviewed for 1-2-3-Hit-Wonders September 09.
Great cookies, not like most of the one made here in the US, as these are crispy, but I like a crisp cookie!!! I made as written other than adding in 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon!! Thanks Noo for a great oat cookie recipe!! Made for your win in the Summer Spectacular Event.
Good cookies! They're very crisp and thin, buttery and sweet. They were also very simple to make - no mixer required! Thanks for the recipe, Noo! Made for 1-2-3 Hits Tag.
We're used to thinking of oatmeal cookies being thick and soft; these are different, thin and crisp and quite sweet. That didn't keep the teenagers away! We'll definitely make these again.