Oatiest (and sweetest) cookies ever

I’ve always wanted to make oatmeal cookies as I’ve had the one at Starbuck’s one time and I was in heaven. But I just never found the time to make them, as it requires so much work for a one (wo)ma team.

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The first step was to bake the oats for around 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Until golden brown.

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After the oats cooled, put them into a food processor and process until fine, like whole wheat flour. In one bowl, whisk butter and sugars together. Add salt, vanilla extract and egg and combine.

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Add the processed oats into butter mixture, it should look like a wet paste.

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Spoon the dough into balls and spread the balls onto a cookie sheet, but make sure they are far apart, as the cookie will flatten and expand width-wise.

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The cookies are very delicate once baked for 12-16 minutes in the oven. Let them sit and cool for about 3-5 minutes before eating or removing them onto a cooling rack.

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I hope you enjoy baking these cookies, if you get a chance to. And if the cookies are a day or two old, just pop them in the oven or microwave for a few seconds to warm them up before eating, makes so much difference.

*For the recipe, click here, I might have missed a step or ingredient. : )

ENJOY!

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