By Lalaloula on November 01, 2009
Photo by Boomette
Photo by Boomette
"Yummy, healthy holiday cookies featuring three types of seeds, oats and just a little butter. I really liked these and think they make a great addition to the holiday cookie platter. I think adding some cinnamon or other warm winter spices would make these even more seasonal."
Serving Size: 1 (307 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Made this for Little Miss (DD) and her friend who had a play together. Her friend is allergic to Lactose, Gluten and Nuts. Little Miss is allergic to Lactose. So this recipe really suited us. Little Miss said they were very yummy! I didn't get to taste one because Little Miss wouldn't share and I don't eat eggs. Will be making them again using vegan egg because they are healthy for Little Miss and I could try one. I wasn't sure if they would hold together after they have been in the oven but I allowed them to cool on the rack and they easily stayed together. Thanks so much for posting your recipe Lalaloula"
"I had my doubts about this with no flour to bind it all together. Made it as written and they were wonderful. I did add one teaspoon of ground chia, (trying to use it up). I stored them in the fridge, they lasted us about a week and the flavor and texture seemed to improve. Thanks for a tasty and healthy snack."
"This is so good. I had to use chia seeds instead of flax seeds cause I didn't have it. I used ground cinnamon. After 10 minutes they were ready. And maybe a little bit too dark. So next time I may bake them at 375 F for 10 minutes. Thanks Lalaloula :) Made for the Australian swap for February 2011"
"Sort of befitting for our gathering of the family tree of nuts. All loved 'em. Made for #44 A-NZ Recipe Tag."
"Just lovely treats! I made these for a simple snack, and they were super easy to make, and so visually appeaing! I got 18 small cookies, and used golden flax seeds and a combination of white and black sesame seeds. I also used Manuka Honey, known for its carmel flavor. The oats used were old fashioned, and I softenend the butter enough to stir it easily with a spoon. End to end, this whole recipe took less then 20 minutes, and I just love the simplicity of it! I bet maple syrup would be fantastic in this in place of the honey! Thanks so mufh for posting this Lalaloua! Gratefully made for 1-2-3 Hits Tag!"
"A nice little bite of sweet that is not overly sweet. Perfect for when you need just a little bite of something as I bet you can't eat just one. My family is a big fan of nuts and seeds and fond these little bites to be a nice little pop in your mouth treat. Was worried about the recipe not going to holding together, but they did Yea. Made as written using cinnamon as when I reached for my vanilla bean I was out. The cinnamon did add nice warm under tones and am looking forward to trying with vanilla bean."