Hi everyone, I am back! Do not wanna talk more about on my MIA from blogosphere as this is gonna be the same old story lol. Probably like what Irene of myme has said, I am a semi-retire blogger now hahaha...
Anyway I seldom bake cookies for CNY, I will normally out-source as I think that baking cookies is too time consuming, for a not so patience person like me is kind of chore lol. For this year, I have mood to bake some cookies suddenly. Initially thought of baking for own consumption but later change my mind, I wanna bake more to give away hahahaha....
I saw this crispy coconut oats cookies and decided that I must bake this since Irene raved so much about it. Moreover, there is no reason for me not to try it out due to 2 ingredients, oats sound healthy and dessicated coconut, sure gonna smell fragrance and coconut is my favourite!
I faced problem after mixing the wet ingredients into the dry ones, the batter is so so loose and crumbly that I cannot just scoop the batter and drop on the baking tray. I am not so sure is it suppose to be like that and it was already 9pm+, I can't give Irene a call to check since she must be sleeping by then. As I sometimes have problem of misread recipes, missing out ingredients, mis-measuring the ingredients thus I do not know did I make any mistake again :p. So in order to salvage the situation, I decided to add in 50g of melted butter, I do not dare to add in more golden syrup as I dun wan my cookies to be too sweet.The additional of butter did help but not much, the batter still loose and crumbly. I just used teaspoon to scoop and press hard on the batter to make it "tight".
During the gathering next day, both Irene and Ann of Anncoo Journal said that the batter is supposed to be like that.
Recipe adapted from Myme :
150g butter (I used 200g)
3 tbsp golden syrup
2 tbsp hot water
1.5 tsp baking soda
100g instant oats (I used roll oats)
100g dessicated coconut
150g plain flour
130g caster sugar
1. Melt butter and golden syrup together to light boil.
2. Mix baking soda into hot water until dissolve.
3. Combine instant oats, dessicated coconut, plain flour and sugar in a large bowl and mix well.
4. Pour in the melted butter mixture and baking soda water in no. 3 and mix well.
5. Grease and line the baking tray, scoop the batter in a teaspoon and drop on the tray. The cookies will spread up after bake so leave a gap in between cookies.
6. Bake the cookies at preheated oven at 160C for about 18-20 minutes.
The cookies are crispy and crunchy, smell so so nice. And Irene is right that this cookie is quite addictive, hard to stop at one, yum yum!
I am linking this post to the Bake Along event created by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours, Lena of Frozen Wings and Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids.
This year, I lazy to bakeReplyDelete
Yum, I love everything with coconut, it gives the cookies a fragrant aroma. Your cookies look very crispy.ReplyDelete
What brand of dessicated coconut did you use?ReplyDelete
Hi Adeline, I used bake king as this is the only brand I can get in fairprice.Delete
Hi Jess, So how many of this cookies have you made? I'm sure your family and friends definitely ask for more! more! :DReplyDelete
Ann, I baked another batch yesterday morning cos I woke up at 2am+ and cant sleep so decided to bake cookies hahaha...Delete
Welcome back!!! Hope that you are back for good! :p
I must say baking is good... Good because you can delicious delicious coconut cookies... LOL! I guess I'm quite lousy to convince you to bake and blog more... LOL! Glad that you are back.
Thanks Zoe, your are making me so touch, will definitely try to put more effort to blog hahaha... you gals are the reason that stopping me to quit blogging, thank you my baking buddy!Delete
These look like a slightly healthy type of cookies:P Sounds really fragrant from the ingredients listed. Hope can find some time to try this too!ReplyDelete
Your cookies does look addictive! I love coconut in bakes, it always have that special coconuty aroma when baking. I can see why it is so difficult to stop at just one!
Thanks for linking!
Hi hi Jess,ReplyDelete
Nice to have you back :)
I never add coconut in my cookies before but I know your oats coconut cookies looks really additive.
I would like to try this out if I have time before CNY... :D
hello jess, yeah it's been quite some time since your last post. It's okay, dont worry, i think it's quite normal for us to be lazy or busy or just dont feel like blogging..but am happy to see you back with a cookie post ..as i am seeing all those cookies link to bake along, i realised that i hv not tried using coconut, one and cornflakes in cookies..thx so much for linking your lovely looking coconut oat cookies with us.ReplyDelete