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Sugar Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

Sugar Oatmeal Cookie Recipes

Sugar oatmeal cookies are very hard to say no to. It's not like you can't say no, it's more like you do not want to say no. Here are some simple recipes for making sugar oatmeal cookies at home, and also a low-sugar recipe for those on a sugar check.
Ankana Dey Choudhury
Cookies are simply awesome, and you don't have to be a child to steal it in the middle of the night. Since oatmeal is a healthy food option and nutritionists swear by it, sugar oatmeal cookies are healthier options for everybody. Even those on a sugar check, like diabetics, can always go for low-sugar, low-cholesterol oatmeal cookies.

Baked Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookies
Did you know that oatmeal was confectioned not before the later decades of the 19th century? Anyway, here's a traditional recipe that all and sundry shall like. These cookies shall be high in sodium (85 mg/cookie), protein (1 gm/cookie) and carbohydrates (14 gm/cookie). So, for like 42 cookies, you need to have on you,
  • Oats, 2 cups
  • All-purpose flour, 1½ cups
  • Brown sugar, 1½ cups (totally dry)
  • Canola oil, 1 cup (cooled in the refrigerator)
  • Candy-caked milk chocolate bits, 1 cup
  • Egg, 1
  • Baking powder, 1 tsp.
  • Salt, ½ tsp.
Preheat your microwave to 375° F. In a large bowl, blend together the brown sugar, the canola oil, and the egg together, and whip the mixture, until you get a relatively uniform texture. Then add the oats, flour, baking powder, and the salt, and continue whipping the concoction mildly till everything is properly blended. Sprinkle the chocolate bits from top and stir in just once. You can put in the salt, according to your own preferences as well. Take unlubricated cookie sheets and use a tablespoon to drop the concoction onto the sheets keeping 2½" gaps in between each drop. Try to make the drops fall in a manner that they spread circularly. Carefully transfer the sheets to the oven, and bake for approximately 12 - 23 minutes until the cookies take on the brownish tinge. Turn off the oven and let the cookies stay there for a couple of minutes. Then, remove and keep in the refrigerator to cool. Your kids will feast on them in no time.

White Sugar Oatmeal Cookies
You can of course use white sugar as well, as brown sugar is not a regular larder component. You'll need to have,
  • Oatmeal, 1½ cups
  • Flour, 1 cup
  • Margarine, ½ cup
  • Butter, ½ cup
  • Fine sugar, ½ cup
  • Vanilla extract, ½ tsp.
  • Cinnamon, ½ tsp.
Preheat the oven to 350° F. Add margarine and vanilla extract to the butter in a bowl, and whip up the two in order to get a frothy mixture. To this, add the oatmeal, flour, cinnamon, and sugar one after the other, and then blend to get a uniform mixture. Cool it in the refrigerator for a while and then make balls out of the concoction. Next, flatten these balls to make cookies out of them and place on a cookie sheet. Transfer the sheet to the microwave and bake for at least 14 - 15 minutes. Take them out immediately after the baking is done and sprinkle some fine sugar on the piping hot cookies.

Now, the following recipes are healthier, and can be eaten by people who cannot gorge on regular food and have to practice some consumption caution.

Cranberry Low Sugar Oatmeal Cookies
This recipe requires you to add no sugar at all. Just lay your hands on the following,
  • Oats, 1½ cups (rolled)
  • All-purpose flour, 1 cup
  • Apple sauce, ½ cup
  • Sugarless apple juice concentrate, ¼ cup (unfrozen)
  • Cranberries, ⅓ cup (dried)
  • Butter, ¼ cup
  • Egg whites, 2
  • Fructose sweetener, 2 tbsp.
  • Baking soda, 1 tsp.
  • Vanilla extract, 1 tsp.
  • Cinnamon, ½ tsp.
  • Salt, ¼ tsp.
Put you oven to heat on 350° F beforehand. Blend together butter, only the egg whites, and the fructose sweetener in a large bowl, until you reach a creamy consistency, and then add in the applesauce, apple juice concentrate, and the vanilla extract. Stir in really well. Next, pour in the flour, the cinnamon, the salt, and finally the baking soda one by one,and ladle through the concoction until smooth. Lastly, add the cranberry chunks along with the oatmeal, and mix well. Now, grease some cookie sheets and drop tablespoonfuls of the mixture unto the sheets at 2½" gaps. Bake for round about 15 minutes, cool, and store well to be stomached everyday.

Low-cholesterol and Low-fat Sugar Oatmeal Cookies with Raisins
Devour uninhibited! This makes 6 dozens of the most awesome cookies your tongue and ever touched. Just search you larder for the following,
  • Oats, 2 cups (rolled)
  • Flour, 3¾ cups
  • Margarine, 1½ cups
  • Brown sugar, 1 cup
  • White sugar, 1 cup
  • Raisins, 1 cup (soaked in warm water, drained)
  • Eggs, 6
  • Baking soda, 2 tsp.
  • Cinnamon, 1 tsp.
Sieve the flours, baking soda, cinnamon powder, and the oats together in a bowl. In another container, whip both the sugars and the margarine together, and then add it to the flour mixture and stir well. Add the eggs to this and mix really well.

Now, make balls out of this dough, and flatten them into small, circular cookies. Sprinkle some fine sugar on top and place them on lubricated cookie sheets. Baking would have to be done foe 12 continuous minutes at a temperature of 375° F. Take them out and then store in a cool dry place in airtight jars.

Research says that an average American eats at least 300 cookies in an annum. So, that's nearly 2 billion cookies per year. The quantity we just made is nothing in front of this figure. So, I am guessing that the yield from these recipes of sugar oatmeal cookies will fly off the selves in no time at all. Try using these recipes to make cookies for your little one while he settles down with a book on a summer afternoon, and watch them vanish.