It’s been a couple weeks now that I have been craving for oat flakes, coconut and chocolate chips cookies of my childhood. Since about the age of 10 I’ve been making those delicious cookies that my mom was keeping a recipe of. I remember that every time I was baking those cookies it was a huge success!
The other night I finally called home to ask for that recipe! Few minutes later, there I was in my kitchen trying to make my favorite oat flakes cookies…. I found out, at the stage of putting the flakes in that I didn’t even had any in my cupboards. Too late to go to the store, and by that point craving cookies too bad that I decided to just put more coconuts flakes in. I will have to remake the original recipe another day, after some grocery shopping!
Oat Flakes, coconut and chocolate chips Cookies:
First you need to mix together for a buttery consistency: 1/2 cup of butter (I use margarine… cheaper) and 3/4 cup of brown sugar pressed.
Incorporate 1 egg and 1 teaspoon of vanilla
Mix together in a separate bowl: 2/3 cup of flour, 1/2 teaspoon of soda and same quantity of salt
Incorporate the dry ingredients to the buttery mixture and add 1 cup of chocolates chips, 1 cup of hoat flakes, 1/2 cup of coconut.
Bake at 350F about 10 min.
I ate them with some yogurt and Pineapples… trying to keep it healty
FYI I am a big fan of desserts, but at the same time we are all trying to eat healthier! Who isn’t these days!
Let’s talk about the famous Mug cake! I am sure I don’t need to sell it to you: a small cake in a mug, ready in less than 5 min will light up your day! Trust me!
I have tried many different mug cake recipe from blogs and websites, but I always go back the Ricardo one. Not too sweet, very easy to make (without egg) and just delicious! Perfect for my chocolate cravings!
Pour votre information, je suis une fan de desserts, mais de nos jours on essai tous de manger plus santé!
Alors voilà, ma solution pour mes envies de chocolat, le fameux Mug cake! Un petit gâteau dans une tasse prêt en moins de 5 minutes!
J’ai essayé plusieurs recettes de différents blogs et de différents site internet mais je reviens toujours à la recette de Ricardo. Elle n’est pas trop sucré, facile, sans œuf et juste délicieusement bonne.