Oatmeal and honey cookies

Although sugar is used as the main sweetener in modern cooking, honey can be a great substitute. The honey does not go through the same industrial processes as refined sugar, the way that the natural properties that make it a healthy food are preserved to a large extent.

Its sweet taste is due to the presence of these elements: fructose and glucose.

If we add to the multiple positive properties of honey the positive effects of oats to regulate fiber and cholesterol, we will obtain an extremely healthy or delicious breakfast or snack.

1 and a half cups of oatmeal
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup of honey
1 egg
4 tablespoons of butter
1/2 teaspoon of yeast (baking powder)

If you like vanilla, you can also add a teaspoon to make the cookies even more tasty. Other optional ingredients are orange zest, covered chocolate and spices such as nutmeg, ginger or ground pepper.

To make these healthy honey and oatmeal cookies you must first beat the butter and the egg in a bowl; then add the flour and the yeast. Mix the pasta well using a spatula. Then you must do the same with oats and honey. If during the process the dough is dry you can add a little water.

After making balls of dough with a spoon and to flatten them with your fingers, introduce the cookies in the oven (previously preheated to 180ºC or 200ºC) for about a quarter of an hour, until they are golden brown. When you let them cool they will acquire the right hardness.

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