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How to Make Golden Oats Biscuits / Cookies

Updated on February 24, 2018
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Oliversmum is a self-taught cook who likes to try new and healthy recipes. Her preferences include biscuits/cookies, cakes, and puddings.

Golden Oats Biscuits and Coffee
Golden Oats Biscuits and Coffee | Source

Golden Oats Biscuit Recipe

How to make Golden Oats biscuits / cookies.
These biscuits are scrumptious, very easy to make and reasonably healthy.

Note. In this recipe I have used dried blueberries, as you will see in Variations and Additions below.

Ingredients

  • 75grams / 3 ounces Rolled Oats
  • 75grams / 3 ounces Self Raising Flour
  • 75grams / 3 ounces Caster Sugar
  • 75grams / 3 ounces Butter, Chopped
  • 1 Tablespoon Golden Syrup
  • 1 Tablespoon Milk, Full Cream

Note on Flour

I personally use Plain Flour and ADD 1 teaspoon of Baking Powder to 75 grams of plain flour. This turns it into Self Raising Flour.

If doubling the mixture add 2 teaspoons of Baking Powder to 150 grams of plain flour.

Ingredients

Ingredients for Golden Oats Biscuits
Ingredients for Golden Oats Biscuits | Source

Instructions

  1. Preheat Electric Oven to 180 degrees C. or 375 F ( Moderate ).
  2. Sift self raising Flour into a large bowl, add sugar and oats, mix together until well combined. Set aside.
  3. In a small saucepan place chopped butter, golden syrup and milk. heat on low heat. stirring continuously until heated thru, do not allow to boil. Take off the stove, add this wet mixture to the dry and mix well together.
  4. Take heaped Teaspoons, roll them in a ball and place on tray lined with baking paper. With this amount of mixture you should get approx.18-20 biscuits.
  5. Place in preheated oven and cook for 12 - 15 minutes. ( They will be softish when you take them out of the oven.) but will crisp as they cool.
  6. Cool on tray for 5 minutes, then transfer them to a cooling rack.
  7. When completely cold place biscuits in an air tight container lined with baking paper.

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Sugar flour and Oats mixed together
Sugar flour and Oats mixed together | Source

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Butter,  Golden Syrup and Milk ready to melt
Butter, Golden Syrup and Milk ready to melt | Source

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Melted Butter, Golden Syrup and Milk
Melted Butter, Golden Syrup and Milk | Source

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Wet ingredients added to dry
Wet ingredients added to dry | Source

Instruction (4)

Mixture rolled into balls ready for oven.
Mixture rolled into balls ready for oven. | Source

Instruction (5)

Place Golden Oats biscuits in oven for 15 minutes approx.
Place Golden Oats biscuits in oven for 15 minutes approx. | Source

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Cooked biscuits ready for cooling rack
Cooked biscuits ready for cooling rack | Source

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 15 min
Ready in: 30 min
Yields: 18-20 biscuits normal mixture/36-40 double mixture

Freshness and Quantities

If not eaten before, they do keep for up to 10 days.

NB. Every time I make these biscuits, which is at least once a week I DOUBLE all the ingredients, As we like Golden Syrup I add a little extra.

You will get approx 36-40 using the double mixture.


Variations and Additions

I have used , successfully, a number of variations and additions to this Golden Oats recipe.

I would like to share these with you:

  • added to the dry mixture - 1/2 cup of Craisins. ( Dried Cranberries )
  • or
  • added to the dry mixture 1/2 cup of diced dried Apricots
  • or
  • added to the dry mixture 1/3 cup of chopped Pecan Nuts.
  • or
  • added to the dry mixture 1/3 cup of Dried Blueberries.

Each time I make them it gives me 5 in all different flavors to choose from.

Hope you like this Golden Oats Biscuit Recipe.

Enjoy your Golden Oats Biscuits with Blueberries and Coffee
Enjoy your Golden Oats Biscuits with Blueberries and Coffee | Source

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    • oliversmum profile imageAUTHOR

      oliversmum 

      2 years ago from australia

      Hi Linda. Yes it has a special flavor. They are a nice tasting biscuit and easy to make. Thank you for your comment. :) :)

    • AliciaC profile image

      Linda Crampton 

      2 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I love golden syrup, though I haven't eaten it for some time. I like the sound of your recipe very much.

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