There’s nothing quite like a classic oatmeal raisin cookie–except maybe knowing it’s made only of clean ingredients! This recipe produces delicious cookies that will fill your kitchen with heavenly scent while baking. These cookies make a great addition to children’s lunchboxes or simply to have on hand when the craving strikes.
Raisins can easily be ignored or forgotten, but they actually offer wonderful health benefits and in fact offer greater nutritional might than the goji berry, which is touted as a superfood. Raisins can vary in size and color depending on which type of grape is used. Grapes have a lengthy list of health benefits and can be particularly beneficial when it comes to battling The Unforgiving Four. They possess strong antiviral properties and can help in the removal of radiation from the body. They also work to remove DDT and toxic heavy metals from the liver thanks to the collaborative efforts of their amino acids and anthocyanins.
Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Preheat oven to 350F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Mix together the ground flax seeds and water to make the flax egg. Leave to soak for 15 minutes.
In a medium-sized bowl, combine the oats, oat flour, coconut sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and sea salt. Mix until uniform. In another bowl, whisk together the avocado oil, maple syrup, vanilla and flax egg. Add to the dry ingredients and stir until you get a uniform batter. Stir in the raisins.
Using a large cookie scoop, scoop the mixture and drop onto the parchment paper. Flatten into round disks using a fork. Place in the oven and bake for 10-12 minutes, until slightly browned. Remove from the oven and cool.
Makes 20-25 cookies
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This item posted: 23-Feb-2019
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