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Tealover
2018-01-22, 21:00

Pu-erh oat cookies

Here's my favorite cookies, Pu-erh oat cookies. The pu-erh gives the cookies extra depth. They have just teh right texture and are super easy to make

Ingredients for about 15 to 20 pieces

¾ dl of brown sugar

¾ dl strong pu-erh (the brewed drink)

¾ dl oil

2 tsp vanilla sugar

2 tablespoons salt

1 dl coconut flakes

½ dl buckwheat flour or 1 dl graham flour

½ dl soy flour

2 dl large oatmeal

½ dl raisins

Put the oven at 200 degrees and make your pu-erh twice as strong as you normally do. I usually use pu-erh superior. Let the Tea cool down slightly

Mix the first five ingredients.

Add the other ingredients and mix.

Put about 1-2 tablespoons of the batter in small clicks on a oven tray with baking paper, smooth the batter so they get flat and round.

Bake in the middle of the oven for 10-15 minutes.

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  • Edited by Niklas 2022-02-09, 14:28
Niklas
2018-01-23, 10:52
#1

They look very tasty. Good thing I read through the whole recipe. In the ingredients part I thought it meant to use 3/4 dl of pu-erh Tea leafs. :-)


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

Leia
2018-01-23, 11:07
#2

There is nothing better than freshly made biscuits with a good cuppa Tea!

All the best, Leia

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Tealover
2018-01-23, 16:58
#3

#1 Does it make more sence now? I know how I would frase it in swedish but not in English

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Niklas
2018-01-23, 20:36
#4

#3: Yes, and If you add ”brewed” before drink it is impossible to misunderstand. :-)


Best regards, Niklas 🎈

Evelina
2018-01-25, 14:55
#5

Those look tasty! 🙂 Now I have an excuse to use up my buckwheat flour!

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