Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies = Satisfying Indulgence + Guilt Free for Wholegrain Lovers. This Chocolate Chip Cookies is surely my cookie on the Go, using Rolled Oats from my pantry into the recipe. Family could barely make out much difference , even after making this healthy substitution !!
On a chaotic school day afternoon as we parked the car, the kiddos fled into the house like a storm. One wanting to Wee urgently whilst the other was keen in getting hold of the Remote to the Tele. With barely 15 minutes before we could step out for Swimming lessons, they enjoyed their popcorn straight out of the packets. One loves Sweet & Salt whilst the other one likes plain salted. Elder getting dressed right in the dining room in last 5 minutes and stuffing the needed clothes to change right into his waterproof bag. And we again fled ! First, they get into their respective seats and then as I ( the mumma ) checks if he has got everything needed for swimming, we realised – Oopsie Daisy !! He had missed the towel at home.
As I quickly rush to the door to grab the much-needed towel, I really couldn’t go in !! Mumma has accidently picked the spare car key that doesn’t have the home key .. Still rushed the No 1 to swimming while missy and mummy carefully began to plot what to do.
Call to Dad and we realised, he has not taken his keys to work too. And he decides to leave work soon to sort things out. We call up the Agent and she rummages her draw. Little did we know she has misplaced too. With a very calm head, I rang my Handyman and he convincingly said – ” Nothing to worry Sandy” We can drill through if you want and walk in. Sigh !!! At least we have a solution !
With a calm head,10% of Battery on phone and no wallet – sitting inside the car, I was hoping my bedroom window on the first floor was left open to let the cool breeze in. That was it !! I had as I remembered!
Buzzed my next door neighbours door and my son jumped from their garden to ours climbing the tree. And let the latch of our garden door open. That’s exactly what the boys do when they have fun . Monkey Antics.. At least it came handy for a change.
Once Dad came back home, He carefully positioned the ladder, climbed at least 20 steps and slid himself inside.. And then you know what exactly would have happened!!
Nearly 8 and 9 Years old boys clapped spontaneously . So did my neighbours and me !! Phew .. Those two hours demanded so much of patience, calmness, and steady mind.
That was one weekday afternoon at my place !!!!
Without much ado, let me share a recipe for Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies and about my trusted Nest 9 plus Mixing Bowl from Joseph Joseph. Family could barely make out any presence of any whole grain!! Looks ditto like any other Chocolate Chip Cookies. H would grab one plus from the cookie jar every single relinquishing every bite till all of them were gone. My son loves them for breakfast, snack and what not!! Guess this was so much testifying that I am going to make them all over again to replenish the jar.
Do head over to my Pinterest Board for a lot of Cookie Inspirations.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies = Satisfying Indulgence + Guilt Free for Wholegrain Lovers.
- 1 Cup Plain flour APF
- 1 Cup Rolled Oats
- 3/4 Cup Caster Sugar
- 1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips
- 1/2 cup butter softened at room temperature
- 1 small egg
- 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1/4 Tsp Baking soda
- A pinch of salt
Preheat the fan assisted oven to 180 F, gas mark 4. Prepare the baking sheet, by lining with parchment paper.
Whisk Butter and Sugar until just combined. Stir in Vanilla Extract, Egg and beat until fluffy and pale.
Stir in Dry Ingredients - Plain Flour, Rolled Oats, Baking Soda, Salt and Chocolate Chips and combine them.
Drop the Cookie Dough with rounded Teaspoon at least 2 inches apart, on the lined baking sheet. Bake for about 10 minutes to be precise until the edges are done.
Repeat the process for the rest of the batch. Allow the baked oatmeal chocolate chip cookies to cool completely on the wire rack.
Recipe loosely adapted from here
Oh yes!! Now the much loved Nest 9 Plus from Joseph Joseph. I have loved staring at them for a long long time with my occasional visit’s to Kingston. When the folks at Joseph Joseph offered to send me my favourite Mixing Bowl set, Do I have a reason to say ‘No’ ? OffCourse Not.
Nest 9 Plus is highly practical and a space-saving kitchenware that allows each of the elements to stack within each other and securely snapped. As the name suggests, the Bowl set comprises of 9 pieces.
1 Large Mixing Bowl , 1 Small Mixing Bowl, 1 Colander, 1 Siever and 5 set of measuring cups ( 1 Cup to 1 tsp)
What makes them more lovable is the bright colored bowls that add a splash of color in my pantry. Go have a checkout on their website and you will fall in love with them just like me.