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February 21, 2010

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VB

Yummy! I will have to try these - would never thought of adding honey! I have made the delicious Sanford oat cakes from Deanne Fitzpatrick at www.hookingrugs.com Are you familiar with her amazing, colorful rug hooking? You would love her blog!

Wendy

i have made the anzac biscuits from a recipe and they go down a treat - they are usually demolished by hubby and kids before the weekend ends!!!!! I can always post the recipe if you still want it x

Naomi

Ooh lovely! Just baked these with the addition of cinnamon and dried cranberries. Thanks for the recipe!

Dianne

Thanks for this wonderful recipe. I discovered it a few months ago, and make them regularly now. They are a firm favourite with my husband. I've just taken a batch out of the oven and I've added apricots this time, which he should like even more.

Cookies

I should definitely say that those cookies are looking yummy.. The taste is really rich, and surprisingly satisfying, probably because they're still made with honey and butter..http://www.vivamagonline.com/index.php Thanks for the beautiful preparation...

Cookies

I should definitely say that those cookies are looking yummy.. The taste is really rich, and surprisingly satisfying, probably because they're still made with honey and butter..(www.vivamagonline.com/index.php) Thanks for the beautiful preparation...

Cookies

I should definitely say that those cookies are looking yummy.. The taste is really rich, and surprisingly satisfying, probably because they're still made with honey and butter..http://www.vivamagonline.com/index.php Thanks for the beautiful preparation...

jaynetolan@hotmail.co.uk

Twinks cookies are the best I have ever made. Even the children love them, who usually don't like oaty stuff. Excellent!!!!!!

Tara

I tried them again!! Much better results this time:
http://iwannarockyourgypsysoul.blogspot.com/2010/09/finally-finished.html

mahek

I have to make this cookies for my son's tiffin box
don't you add baking powder for this recipe as its not mentioned ?
Thanks for this wonderful recipe

herbaltooth paste

his recipe is, by far, the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe I have made. I used Ghirardelli chips and the chips need to be chopped up. Salted Butter is great, but no additional salt was added and they came out perfect. SO CHEWY!!!

herbaltooth paste

*The first 4 ingredients are a base for any type of fudge you want to make. You can add raisins, nuts or any other ingredients to the mixture. The fudge that is pictured above has marshmellows added to it...which I am not sure I like or not. I was going for a rocky-road type thing, but it melted and just turned into a bunch of marshmellow goo. Plus, I think I like the look better of just solid chocolate....Happy Baking!

herbaltooth paste

LOVE that sugar jar! I've been looking for some jars for my baking goods and haven't found anything yet... now I have some renewed inspiration!

peppergrass

Can anyone do an American translation of the cookie recipe for me? I wouldn't know where to start measuring grams - just teaspoons, tablespoons, and cups. :(

Gemma

Hello Lucy, I baked these cookies at the weekend and they were absolutely gorgeous!! They only lasted about 5 minutes, they are so moreish!!! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! xx

Olga

Thanks for sharing this recipe. The cookies are great, tasty and still a bit healthy. Wonderful blog full of great ideas!!!

julie

I found your beautiful blog via chez sophie. I read this post and scrambled together the ingredients...amending it slightly adding some dried cranberries I found at he bottom of the cupboard and the bottom of the packet end of some fruit/seed museli. I filled the cookie jar ...2 teenage boys demolished the lot AND THEY DONT DO HEALTHY!! Lol Thanks for sharing
JUlie x

Claire

They look good! And oats are good for milk supply, by the way :)

Gro M A Krüger

Hello from Norway :-)! My sister has now made your cookies, and it will probably happen again (it has already happend twice actually...). They were really tasty!

jo

I too get craving for oat biscuits. My mother used to have in her little tin of recipe cards a recipe for oat biscuits that had been cut from the back of a porridge oats box (the one with the man wearing a kilt and throwing the hammer I think). The biscuits had to be spaced far apart as they SPREAD. They were chewy when they were warm and hardened up as they cooled and they were delicious.

But of course my mother has thrown out her little tin box of recipes in one of her many clear outs and search the internet as I may I can't find the right recipe. So I will try yours and the hobnobs instead because I LOVE oat biscuits and they must be good for you because they have oats in?

(Mind you even I am not too sure how healthy my mother's recipe for chocolate, peanut butter fudge flapjacks is. They have oats in but they taste too good to be anything other than bad for you).

Fiona

Thanks for the recipe Lucy, I made the Oaty Cookies yesterday and they are fab!

Mandy

wow... i've just discovered your blog and i adore it! wonderful baking, crochet, hama beading, wow im in awe. keep it up!

Maddy

They do look and sound a lot like Aussie Anzacs, a tradition in our house on April 25th, Anzac Day.

Jeanette

I made these on Tuesday and they are delicious.

Thank you for the recipe.

Jeanette

Bambi

The cookies look delish! As for the oaty cravings, it is said that oats are good for the nursing mothers and your body may just be telling you " hey we need some oats!" I like you want to add to the wholesomeness of cookies I hide flax seeds in everything, poor bohemians of mine. I have been folowing you blog for awhile and I love it you are an inspiration. Thansk for you blog Lucy the first crochet blog that I found that was beautiful.

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