So, it is safe to say that last night was pretty crappy for me. Aside from the usual nightmares that I get where I am being chased by a ghost (after of course, I watch some gruesome horror flick), I was actually waking up to something worse.
They are plain creepy!
I mean, come one!
You may consider yourself a vampire, but unless you look as hot as Damon Salvatore,
YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED IN MY ROOM!
So, for wannabe vampires as these,
I have this amazing device, it looks more like a tennis/ badminton racquet and there’s this nasty electric current that passes through the wires.
Bwahahahaha….. Call me evil.
But I absoluetly cannot stand these bloodsuckers.
Imagine my relief when at 3 am, I groggily decide to play ‘Who’s the boss?’
The battle was won and I slept peacefully after! 😀
and then I woke up to these yummy beauties!
😀 😀 😀
OMG….these cookies are sooooo good! and you can pop these in your mouth without any guilt. They are wholegrain!!! 😀
They have everything that a perfect breakfast should have…..
Oats, Honey, Raisins, Wheat flour.
Check the Video Tutorial Here:
If you are still confused, I have the full recipe here with the exact measurements that I used.
I got about 20 cookies with these.
100 gms wholewheat flour
100 gms butter (CHILLED)
100 gms sugar plus more for sprinkling
50 gms watermelon seeds (you could use any seed or nut on the face of the earth!)
50 gms oats (I used strawberry flavoured oats)
a handful of raisins
2-3 tbsp honey
2 egg yolks
Rub chilled butter into the sieved wholewheat flour. Do not over work the flour. Rub it enough for the mixture to resemble breadcrumbs.
Add the oats and seeds/nuts into a blender and pulse till you get a fine powder. Add it into the mixture.
Throw in a handful of raisins and add the honey.
This is the time you can get creative. Add any thing that you’d like. 😀
You could include fresh fruits like a mashed banana or some fresh blueberries, even flaked almonds or coconut for that matter.
The result will be just yum!
Once that’s done, add the egg yolks and combine. DO NOT KNEAD the dough.
Place it on a floured surface and flatten it out and cut shapes.
Place it on a greased tray and sprinkle some sugar for a crisp top.
Bake in a preheated oven of 200 C for about 15-17 minutes!
BREAKFAST COOKIES ARE READY!!!!! 😀
Dunk it in tea, milk, coffee or just eat it the way it is…. It is just FAB! 😀
That’s it for now!!!! Oh and PS: just a few weeks more for college to begin!
*absolutely dreading the day!*
I’ll see ya’ll next Sunday!
Buh – BYE! 😀 Have a happy week! 🙂