Quick and easy vegan, gluten free, syrup and oat cookies

I’ve been getting jumpy the last couple of days, I’d run out of biscuits! Buying, edible, vegan and gluten free biscuits is not easy .. Thankfully this recipe is! the cookies are chewy, and oaty, and just what I was craving!

The last photo of the cookies before they mysteriously disappeard..

The last photo of the cookies before they mysteriously disappeared..

Makes 16

Start by pre-heating an oven to 180 centigrade, and lining a baking sheet.

100g gluten free self raising flour (I’m using Dove’s Organics)
100g gluten free oats
100g soft brown sugar (muscovado)
1tsp gluten free baking powder
Pinch of salt

100g vegan margarine
1tbsp golden syrup

Start by mixing together the flour, oats, sugar, baking powder and salt in a mixing bowl.

In a small pan heat together the margarine and syrup on a low heat, stirring until both are melted together.

Add the warm melted mix to the dry ingredients and mix thoroughly.

Divide the mixture up into 16 balls and evenly space them on the baking sheet.

Balls! No, really, they will become cookie shaped

Balls! No, really, they will become cookie shaped

Put in the oven.

As they bake the balls will melt down into a more traditional cookie shape.

I thought I'd better take a picture while they were cooking to prove they melt down!

I thought I’d better take a picture while they were cooking to prove they melt down!

After 12 to 15 minutes, or when the edges are golden brown, remove from the oven and let them sit for at least 5 minutes while they firm up.

Transfer to a wire cooling rack until they cool properly or just start eating them while still warm .. No prizes for guessing which I did 🙂

By A

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