Oatcakes

"From http://www.bigoven.com/107592-Low-Fat-Apricot-Oat-Cakes-recipe.html, this recipe is a copycat for those dense, hockey-puck-like cakes sold at coffee shops. I had to bake mine longer than the recipe below dictates--the original said 15 minutes, but I baked mine for at least 25. Very healthy and satisfying. They freeze well, too."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
12
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ingredients

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directions

  • Thoroughly grind rolled oats in food processor or blender.
  • Mix with flour and baking powder.
  • Chop dried fruit into small pieces. You could use apricots, raisins, dates, dried apples, dried cranberries, or anything else you like. (I used dates).
  • In a separate bowl, "cream" together yogurt, fructose, honey, and vanilla.
  • In yet another bowl, lightly beat egg white until it gets bubbly but not stiff.
  • Fold egg white into the wet ingredients. Add dried fruit.
  • Combine wet and dry ingredients. The dough gets pretty stiff and is hard to mix. (I had to mix it with my hands.).
  • Form into 12 patties.
  • Bake at 325 degrees F for 25 minutes on non-stick cookie sheet. I flipped mine once halfway through and kind of pressed down on each one with a spatula to add to the hockey-puck look.
  • Cool completely and store in refrigerator.

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