‘Mama there’s nothing in the treat basket’ ‘ it’s empty’ they call.
Our treat basket is on a high shelf, that you almost have to climb up-to to reach (purposefully) and we’re all tall in our family. Named as you can guess, as it’s home for sweet treats, nibbles & snacks, not often overladen, more than often poorly lacking, not for want of it being full, but like most families, after a shop, it’s contents are soon to be devoured.
My daughter flies back to ‘Blighty’ tonight to return back to college, I’d hate her to go, knowing the treat basket was empty. That’s my ‘ I can be a mum in pinny ‘ inner self thinking 😉 so I’ve rustled up our favourite super quick, oaty crumble cookies. The basket may be empty but the stock cupboard contains all we need to replenish our treat store, and suffice our sweet tooth.
Ingredients (easily doubled)
This amount makes about 15
- 125 grams of butter
- 125 grams of light brown sugar
- 1 tsp of Golden Syrup
- 1 tsp of Bicarb
- 1 tsp of water
Put the above ingredients in a microwavable bowl, and heat on full power for 2 mins to melt.
Stir well to make sure all melted.
- 125 grams of porridge oats
- 125 grams SR flour
Mix to combine.
Put spoonfuls of the mixture onto baking sheets covered with baking parchment, and flatten slightly. (they do spread)
Bake at 150 degrees for approx 10 mins, until just golden.
Leave to cool and firm up.
Enjoy with a cuppa 🙂
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looks like the perfect treat for your daughter before she heads back to college!
Thank-you always comes down to food, memory moments, traditions & comfort 🙂 x