This is my own recipe that I created from few I red on internet. I should call it IB cookies because I m not really a baking queen but Iit is my way to deal with the stress from my daughter’s IB exams that start tomorrow and will last for next 3 weeks!
So, easy, fast and good as all my kids loved including Elie (and he has very particular taste!)
You will need for cca 20 small cookies:
75g self raising flour
25g dry coconut
100g porridge oats
70g brown dark sugar
5 small spoons of Maple syrup
1/2 tea spoon of bicarbonate of soda
2 big spoons of hot water
You can see how to do it on the photos.
Preheat the oven to 180c and put the parchemin on large baking tray.
Mix together flour, oats and coco.
In the small saucepan, you put butter and let it slowly melt. In the mean time you put little bit of hot water in the glass and add bicarbonate and maple syrup, stir.
When butter mostly melted, add sugar and stir till the sugar disolve. Then add the content of the glass (syrup and bicarbonate). Be ready, it will melt quickly and rise little bit. While still stirring (if not, you will have caramel!), put it on the mixture of flour and oats and stir all together. You obtain kind of sticky dough.
Form small balls with little spoon and put them on the tray, keeping safe distance (cookies will get larger in the oven).
Let it in the oven around 7 minutes (depend on your oven, 5 minutes was not enough, 10 minutes was nearly too much!). I will put it next time on 150c to try…
Once the cookies are golden, take them out and let them cool.
Serve with glass of milk, coffee or tea.
The reminding you can store in big box. I did and I think we will need them this coming IB week!