Raisin & Oat Cookies for Santa!

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So it’s our two boys first proper Christmas, where the eldest now understands that Santa Claus is coming to deliver presents. He is so excited it’s brilliant! And we are ecstatic because he is! We went shopping for food and my nearly 3 year old was singing “We wish you a merry Christmas!” to everyone he saw walking down the shopping aisles! 🙂

So keeping up with festive tradition we have made some soft crumbly cookies for Santa and will be leaving them out for him on Christmas Eve! With a little something special with the cookies!

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Some frothy milk, with a dusting of sweet cocoa x

We hope you have a wonderful and merry Christmas! Enjoy the festivities and fun with your friends and loved ones! Most of all relish the Food!

See you soon friends! Much love D x

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INGREDIENTS

75g unsalted butter room temperature
70g dark brown muscovado sugar
1 free range egg
120g self raising flour
1 tsp golden/maple syrup
½ tbsp sunflower oil
60g juicy raisins
25g porridge/medium oats

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METHOD

• Preheat the oven to 180°c/350°f. Lightly grease a baking sheet

• Cream butter and sugar together in a mixer for a few minutes on a slow speed

• Add in the egg and mix for 2 minutes

• Sift flour in and combine until all comes together, stir in the oil and then the syrup

• Fold in the oats and raisins

• Take half tablespoon dollops of the cookie dough and place on the baking sheet. Keep a little distance between the cookie mixture as they will spread once baked

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I managed to get 10 medium to big sized cookies and baked 5 per sheet

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• Bake for 10-15 minutes until nice and golden. The cookies will be soft so cool on the baking sheet

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14 thoughts on “Raisin & Oat Cookies for Santa!

    • Thank you John! Yes we are getting ready for the big day. The eldest has planned and ordered in his dessert of chocolate fudge cake that I am to bake for him. He went through my baking books and found the perfect recipe! And he’s so young! Can you imagine what he will be like in a few years lol! Have a lovely Christmas too John! 🙂

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