Vegan Oat Cookies
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Vegan Oat Cookies Recipes
If I was asked what’s the best way to de-stress? The first one on my list is baking cookies and second one obviously is eating them.
Baking a big batch of these oats cookies is like an immediate fix to de-stress.And this baking recipe isn’t something you can put away as it’s made with 5 ingredients always found in the kitchen.
Wholesome, easy and it does meet the bakery standard cookies we have been eating!
Replace butter with Plant based Coconut Oil and Almond meal
This match of perfect fats successful makes a positive impact on your body without compromising on taste. Along with the nutty flavour this coconut derived oil has number of health benefits
- Protects your hair, skin and teeth
- Raise good cholesterol – Coconut oil can raise blood levels of HDL (good)cholesterol, which is linked to improved metabolic health and a lower risk of heart disease.
- Contains healthy fatty acids which help boost fat burning. - Coconut oil is high in MCTs, a type of fat that your body metabolises differently than most other fats. MCTs are responsible for increase the number of calories burned
- Reduces hunger - MCTs can significantly reduce appetite, which may lead to reduced body weight over the long term.
2 cups (180g) oats
1 cup (100g) oat flour
5/8 cup (70g) almond meal
6 tbsp. maple syrup
2 tbsp. coconut oil, melted
1 tsp. baking powder
Preheat oven to 360°F (180°C) and line a baking tray with baking paper.
In a bowl, mix the oats, flour, almond meal, baking powder, and a pinch of salt. Add in maple syrup and coconut oil, mix well until combined. Add water if required.
Using slightly wet hands, create 12 balls out of the mixture and place them on the baking tray and push them down to create cookies shapes.
Bake for 20 minutes until golden and allow to cool before eating.
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