Ben and I spent most of this week cleaning our old house to prepare for the new owner. My horrible task: clean the refrigerator and freezer. Although there were many, um, problematic discoveries, I was happy to find a freezer container containing my latest batch of healthy oatmeal cookie dough! The crazy healthy oatmeal cookies with chocolate chips and nuts on the cooling rack have exceeded my needs.
These soft and chewy oatmeal cookies will be the main participants in the marathon-style unpacking meeting held in our new home this weekend. I also recommend them for all your sweet moments and stimulating snacks. If you have been looking for the perfect healthy oatmeal cookie recipe, look no further. These thick, snack-filled low-calorie oatmeal cookies are made with healthy ingredients, but they taste like real treats! Simple and delicious chocolate chip cookies with chopped nuts and oatmeal baking tips.
The healthiest oatmeal cookie recipes There is no more delicious old school than old-fashioned oatmeal cookies. Therefore, you used one of the oldest healthy baking techniques in the book when developing your recipes: applesauce, which feels particularly appropriate. Replacing half of the usual amount of butter with applesauce can keep the oatmeal cookies fairly moist without requiring extra fat. Next, I want to see if I can sweeten healthy sugar-free oatmeal cookies. Honey made it! As a healthier alternative, the warm and comfortable taste of honey is a lovely classic combination with oatmeal. Delicious, chewy chocolate nut cookies on the cooling rack Now we need to talk about one of the most controversial oat-themed cookies: raisins. I know the healthy oatmeal raisin cookie recipe is *more* the traditional route, but I just can't make it.
Even better are healthy oatmeal raisin cookies and chocolate. I like my laden oatmeal cookies, so with raisins, you will also find honey dark chocolate chips and thick toasted pecans. I like the overall effect of the series. The mixture provides these healthy oatmeal cookies. We have the crunch of walnuts and the crunchy sweetness of raisins, I don’t think I need to tell you, if you put a chocolate oatmeal cookie next to a cookie without oatmeal, one of them will be the crowd’s favorite forest space. Healthy Oatmeal Cookies with Applesauce, Crushed Nuts and Chocolate Chips Recipe Adaptation Do not replace all the fat in this recipe with applesauce.
The right amount of butter is the key to a healthy texture of oatmeal cookies and prevents the cookies from becoming too soft. If you want to make healthy oatmeal cookies vegan, you can replace the butter with a vegan butter substitute (I recommend the buttah flava) or coconut oil. Use maple syrup instead of honey. For the healthy banana version of oatmeal cookies, don't miss my banana oatmeal cookies, a different but equally delicious cousin of this recipe. If you are looking for healthy flourless oatmeal cookies (that is, gluten-free cookies without wheat flour), I recommend using a 1:1 gluten-free baking mix like this one instead of wheat flour.
Make sure your oatmeal is also GF certified. For healthy oatmeal peanut butter cookies, you can bake Monster Cookies, which is based on peanut butter oatmeal cookies but uses raisins, chocolate chips, and chopped nuts to make a mixture. good to eat! For festive oatmeal cookies, try these blueberry oatmeal cookies.
How to freeze these cookies As I can prove recently, these healthy oatmeal cookies are perfect for freezing. If you expect to crave biscuits in the future (who doesn’t?), you can double the recipe and freeze half of it, or just bake the oatmeal biscuits that you think will be consumed immediately in the next one or two days, and then freeze the remaining healthy and fresh The batter of baked oatmeal cookies is made to order. ^^ Between you and me, I can't believe I really have enough self-control to freeze some dough instead of baking and eating every cookie right away, but I am of course glad I did!