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Posted: Tuesday 3 February, 2009

by Rosemary at 7:25pm in Recipes 5 comments Add your own

We do like a biscuit with a cup of tea but we get awfully fed up with commercial biscuits. Good ones are so expensive. However, I found a recipe for oat cookies in a magazine and have been making them for weeks. It is so simple and so far I've made raisin; apricot and almond; hazelnut and sultana and (the best) ginger. I'm sure there's a date and walnut version and a chocolate chip version still to come.

I've put the recipe in the recipe section for you to try: Oat Cookies

Comments

Lori

Wednesday 4 February, 2009 at 6:21pm

Hi,

I'm a fan of Accidental Smallholder from Canada -- Vancouver, British Columbia, actually.

Your updates bring a real sense of peace and wholeness to my web-browsing -- thank you.

But now I'd like the recipe for your oat cookies, and I can't find the recipe section anywhere. Would you mind sharing the link?

Thank you, and warm regards,

Lori

Rosemary

Wednesday 4 February, 2009 at 8:39pm

Hi, Lori

Just noticed - there is no recipe section. The recipe is under the "articles" section at the left hand side towards the bottom. The new TAS site will have a recipe section!

Glad you enjoy the site.

claire

Thursday 5 February, 2009 at 8:44pm

can validate that the oat cookies are scrummy.

Lori

Thursday 5 February, 2009 at 10:20pm

Beautiful! Thanks so much for responding ... I look forward to warm oat cookies on what promises to be a rainy Vancouver weekend.

Warmly,

Lori

Michelle

Thursday 26 February, 2009 at 1:56am

Hi

I love the oat cookies recipe and so do my children :)

My son's name is Hugo!! He thinks it's great you've named your cockerel 'after' him!!!

Cheers

Michelle

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