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Squeezy Icing Oaty Cookies

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These decorated oaty cookies are hands-on baking fun for little ones. We used ready-made squeezy icing tubes for some easy decorating.



Decorated Oaty cookies, easy cookies for preschoolers


Time: 45 minutes
Age: Under 5's, 5-10's
Level: Medium

Materials
75g oats
75g butter
75g sugar
75g self raising flour
1 tablespoon golden syrup
1 tablespoon milk
Squeezy tubes of icing
Baking paper and tray



Cookies ready to decorate, oat cookies, oaty biscuits
Squeezy tubes of icing make the decorating easy and fun for little hands


Method
Wash your hands well first and preheat an oven to 180 degrees. Line a baking tray with baking paper.
Mix the oats, sugar and flour in a bowl using spoons or hands.
Add the golden syrup to another bowl with the butter. Lift the syrup spoon up high and watch the syrup flowing and oozing as it drops from the spoon. Add the milk then microwave until melted (about a minute).



Oat cookies, oaty biscuits
Lovely golden syrup


Add the melted ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix well.



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Get stuck in


Make small balls of mix and squash then flat onto the baking paper tray. Leave space in between each cookie as they will spread in the oven.



Oat cookies, oaty biscuits


Bake for around 12 minutes. The cookies will harden further as they cool so don't worry if they still feel a little squashy.



Cookies ready to decorate, oat cookies, oaty biscuits
Ready to decorate


When they have cooled, have fun decorating with squeeze tubes of icing. You could try faces, letters, squiggles etc.



Cookies ready to decorate, oat cookies, oaty biscuits




Cookies ready to decorate, oat cookies, oaty biscuits


Categories
#Baking
#Fun food
#Cookies
#Icing
#Medium
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
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