Oat and cranberry mum-to-be cookies

Spoil the special woman in your life or someone soon to embark on the motherhood journey, with these heart-warming and nutritiously guilt-free cookies.
Oat and cranberry mum-to-be cookies

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Australian Women's Weekly
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1.Preheat oven to 200°C (180°C fan-forced). Line both baking trays with baking paper.
2.Cream butter and sugar in bowl using electric mixer for a few mins until pale and creamy. Add egg, vanilla and zest, and beat to combine.
3.Add flours and process until just combined. Remove from mixer and stir through almonds, dried cranberries and oats.
4.Roll 24 tbsps of the mixture into balls and place on lined trays, leaving a little space between cookies to allow for spreading. Flatten slightly with your fingertips and bake for 20 to 22 mins until lightly golden, swapping the trays around after 12 mins. Allow to cool before serving.

Equipment: Fine grater; sieve; 2 baking trays; baking paper; electric mixer; spatula; cooling rack.


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