We don’t know if you tried oatmeal cookies from Starbucks, but if not, we responsibly declare: these cookies are good. Tasty. A recipe roams the net, which is positioned as the very same Sturbucks oatmeal cookie. We tested it. Spoiler: it turned out to be a solid four. Maybe even a four with a plus. The result is good, but in our opinion, “excellent” is not up to the mark. As we continue our search for a five-point oatmeal cookie recipe, you can try this one:
- oatmeal – 1 cup
- granulated sugar -2 tbsp
- egg – 1
- flour – 1 cup
- butter – 120 gr
- white chocolate – 1/2 bar
- raisins – 2 tablespoons
- baking powder – 1/2 tsp
- ground cinnamon – 1 tsp
- vanillin – on the tip of a knife
- salt – 1/2 tsp
Mix butter (softened!) With sugar and beat with a blender until smooth. Add the egg and beat again. Now add salt, cinnamon, baking powder, vanillin and – what would you think? – beat again.
Now the oatmeal. Pour it and mix it – now not with a blender, but with a spoon, so as not to crush oatmeal too much.
Now we go white chocolate and chop it with a knife. We used Alpen Gold, it almost did not spread in the baking process and remained in the form of slices. This is pretty pretty. But most likely, the behavior of chocolate will depend on the brand of the bar. In general, we expected chocolate to melt – so it is likely that you will succeed.
Pour chocolate into the mixture, add raisins, mix. After you add flour. In our opinion, the proposed amount – 1 glass – is a bit much. The cookies were too mealy as a result. We would suggest reducing the amount by 1/3.
We mix the dough with flour, sculpt the balls, squeezing them with our palms and turn them into cookies. We spread it on a baking sheet covered with baking paper. We send to the oven 180 degrees and 15 minutes. We let the finished cookies cool completely, and then we taste it!