I love collecting recipes. Sometimes I pick them up at supermarket aisles, magazines or wherever I come across with an interesting recipe that my family may enjoy or that I would like to try out and convert to a Thermomix method.
So, here’s one I kept in my collection that was on my to-do list.
My kids love chocolate chip cookies, probably just like many other kids. I thought this was interesting with some added oatmeals. So, here’s my take on the original recipe (sorry, I do not recall where I had picked it up from), with a slight tweak to our liking.
Hope you’ll enjoy this little chocolatey indulgence paired with some nice nutty and healthy rolled oats, making this my kids’ current favourite chewy chocolate chip cookie.
As usual, my recipes are often the reduced sweet version, so feel free to adjust the sugars to your preference. The baking time is just a guide as every oven works differently, so please adjust to your oven settings.
Give this a go. If you like it too, do give us a rating and that’ll help guide me on what to post next.
Have a happy weekend!
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