I love these cookies and everyone that tasted it at work loved them. Now, I didn't use all the ingredients exactly. I just used:
- One egg instead of two
- 1 Cup of oats
- 2 Teaspoons of Cinnamon instead of 1, But next time I will use one whole Tablespoon instead.
- 1/2 teaspoon of ground cloves (Goes perfect with cinnamon)
You can add just a little little bit of salt more than asked in the recipe, but just a bit more.
After following the instruction of mixing all the dry ingredients in one big bowl, I accidently poured the 3/4 cup of oil on top of the oatmeal which was the last ingredient I have added. I noticed that the oatmeal started to soak the oil in, so I started to poor the soaked raisins and water over the mix as well as the beaten egg that I had already prepared. I ended up with an oily dough that wasn't too soft, but that I could knead. I took little pieces of the dough and made them into balls and them gave them a flat cookie shape and put them on a large tray. The cookies take more than 13 minutes to cook. It takes probably like 20 min. On my electric oven I turned on the upper section so I could toast them well.
I removed them hot from the tray with a spatula and placed them on another tray over a piece of kitchen towel tissues in order to remove any moisture that could moist the cookies. The cookies seemed soft, but that was because they were still hot. When the cookies cooled down, they were, crunchy, sweet with a salty after taste! Lovely!
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I love these cookies and everyone that tasted it at work loved them. Now, I didn't use all the...