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Oatmeal-coconut cookies

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Oatmeal-coconut cookies

Well and the last of the Christmas cookies that I baked today. But... to be continued, Christmas time)))


Cooking time40 minutes Number of servings25

Ingredients for Oatmeal-coconut cookies




Step-by-step instruction of cooking Oatmeal-coconut cookies


Step 1

Grind oatmeal into flour in a coffee grinder. Ingredients for the dough, knead elastic dough and cooled it in the fridge for half an hour.Grind oatmeal into flour in a coffee grinder. Ingredients for the dough, knead elastic dough and cooled it in the fridge for half an hour.


Step 2

Continue to take pictures I forgot, but everything is simple. 

Roll the balls roughly 30 grams and make each ball a flapjack, which are evenly spread on a baking tray lined with paper. 
Preheat the oven with a heater to 160 degrees (if not, the temperature needs to be higher - about 180 degrees) for 25 minutes. 

Grease with half the melted chocolate, combine with the second half of the chocolate and gently coat the seam, and then two scrollable bonded cookies in coconut. 

In General, everything is simple. 
Bon Appetit!Continue to take pictures I forgot, but everything is simple.

Roll the balls roughly 30 grams and make each ball a flapjack, which are evenly spread on a baking tray lined with paper.
Preheat the oven with a heater to 160 degrees (if not, the temperature needs to be higher - about 180 degrees) for 25 minutes.

Grease with half the melted chocolate, combine with the second half of the chocolate and gently coat the seam, and then two scrollable bonded cookies in coconut.

In General, everything is simple.
Bon Appetit!