Oat cookies 5 ways
My granny used to throw oats in literally everything, and I take after her.
I’ve been accused by my husband that I put oats in everything and anything. If you didn’t guess, he doesn’t mind oats but isn’t the same level of oat obsessed like me. And yes, while he may have a point (he likes his fruit smoothies, not my oat and yogurt breakfast ones), there is really nothing better than oat cookies, and that’s a fact.
While I have a couple of trusted oat cookie recipes, inspired by the recent Instagram baking challenge, I decided to try and create 5 different types of oat cookies. I think it’s particularly important to introduce variety to the dishes you’re serving if you’re catering to more than 10 people. Not only will your serving table look delightfully full, but with the right base recipe, it won’t take you much longer either. Plus, you can get an idea of which types of cookies are the crowd favorites, and which ones you might have to work on a little more. Don’t be shy: ask your guests which dishes they like and why.