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easy oat biscuits

Who doesn't love enjoying a biscuit with a cup of tea? (Or two, or three) You can make these really simple and easy biscuits in no time and they are such a delicious treat. I've been having them with a chai and I can't get enough!

I used some cookie cutters to make the heart shapes, just a note that this mix is meant to crumble so you will not be able to roll it out flat like you would with a cookie dough. To use cookie cutters, I sectioned off some of the mix and rolled it into a ball using my hands, then flattened. I then placed it on the kitchen bench to cut out the shape and repeated with the rest of the mix.

You can certainly leave them round too :) If you don't wish to use tahini you can just substitute it with more peanut butter but I absolutely love the taste tahini adds.

Make a cup of tea and enjoy some of these tasty biscuits!


Makes about 12

1/2 cup white self raising flour

1/2 cup oat flour

1/3 cup brown sugar

1/3 cup tahini

1/2 cup peanut butter

1 tbsp vegetable or coconut oil - optional

For the topping:

1/4 cup dark chocolate

Sesame seeds

1️ In a bowl combine the flours with the sugar, tahini and peanut butter. Mix together.

2️ Add the oil it you are using it and mix with your hands to make the mixture stick together. Chill in the freezer for 10 mins.

3️ Preheat oven to 185°C.

4️ Remove the cookie mix and use your hands to roll into balls and flatten. You can use cookie cutters to cut out shapes (see my highlights for the video) and tips below.

5️ Place them on a lined baking tray and bake for 10-12 mins until verb y slightly golden on top but not too long that they go brown.

6️ Remove & let them cool for 15 mins. Drizzle the melted chocolate over each biscuit and sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Store in a container at room temperature.


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