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Oats Melting Moments


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Oats Melting Moments Recipe, How To Make Oats Melting Moments Recipe

Oats Melting moments are delicious and mouth melting tea time snack coated with oats and baked.

This oats cookies are crunchy outside and soft from inside.

About Recipe

How to make Oats Melting Moments

(25 ratings)
20 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
20 mins
Oats Melting Moments
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Oats
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : February 14, 2019

Ingredients used in Oats Melting Moments
• Oats - 3 tablespoons.
• All purpose flour (maida) - 150 grams.
• Egg - half number.
• Sugar powder - 75 grams.
• Butter - 100 grams.
• Almond essence - 3 drops.
• Cherry - 10 numbers.
  • Take a bowl, add butter, powder sugar and mix it at creamy consistency.
  • Add Whisked half egg in small quantities to the above bowl and mix it well.
  • Then add almond essence, all purpose flour, mix this like a soft dough.
  • Divide the dough in to roundels, coat them with Oats and arrange the cookies in to the baking tray.
  • Cut the cherries into halves and put it on top of the cookies by pressing it little.
  • Bake them at 180degrees centigrde for 15 minutes.

Cooking with images


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stephan justin Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

First comentary

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LoveRihannaFenty1 Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013


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Svee Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

nice chef... its mouthwatering... thank you for uploading.

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sean wilson Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

cherries? i thought they were CRANberries... (when i... looked at the.... thumbnail) ;-)

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Rishi Jalan Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

Sanjay hi,,, we dont use egg, pl gv better alternative...

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1sr0 Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

most popular alternative to egg is apple sauce in baking. You can also find egg replacement flour in grocery stores.

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Samia Hasan Posted on Sat Jun 15 2013

Thanks thanks thanks a ton for Yummy Yummy Recepies.

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bubutarejos Posted on Mon Jun 17 2013

Insted of eggs.. i use a ripped banana

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Sneha Sastry Posted on Mon Jun 17 2013

Can we make them with oats flour or whole wheat flour?

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Ahmed Patel Posted on Sat Jun 22 2013

W Salam:)

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Zoya farooqi Posted on Wed Oct 09 2013

It turned out to be a utter flop. the batter became very soft could not even mould balls despite using the right proportionate of the ingredients......Wat might be the prob.....however i added little custard powder to make the batter thick ( no enoug

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Sharon Boyce Posted on Sun Oct 13 2013

salam all the cookies i lv.

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