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How To Make Healthy Fat Free No Sugar Added Oatmeal Cookies

2017/06/17

Oats now-a-days have become the fashion food. But, little do we know that from time unknown it has been the most nutritious food without the fats the, the protein, the calories that we have become so conscious about now-a-days. Shelves of the shops are almost over loaded with oats from various brands struggling to be seen and bought! Such is the demand and it is pretty recent. Oats are available all through the year.

Scientifically known as Avena Satvia, Oats gets its different taste and flavor from the roasting process that it goes through. It is the presence of the cholesterol reducing factors that has made the humble Oats so popular as a healthy and nutritious cereal. There are two factors found in oats. One is the soluble factor and the other one is the insoluble. The soluble fiber, known as beta glucans, present in the oats has been found to be quite effective in reducing the blood cholesterol level. Some other benefit of oats are that it can keep blood sugar at bay, keep your blood pressure under control, help you to control your weight, and also enhances your bowel movement. So, if you include a bowl in your breakfast for a powerful start or much it in cookie form, the nutritious value remains intact. It becomes more desirable for the diabetic patients if it’s a sugarless oatmeal cookie!




Ingredients For Sugar Free Oatmeal Cookies

Oats 1 and 1/2 cup

Substitute of sugar (Sugar Free or Splenda)

Eggs 2 whites

Flour 1 cup

Cinnamon 1/4 tsp

Oil 1/3 cup

Skimmed milk 1/2 cup

Raisins ½ cup

Baking soda 1/2 tsp

Vanilla essence 1 tsp

Oven to bake

Wire rack to cool

Big bowl to mix


Method

To begin with take a large bowl and put together the flour, the cinnamon, the sugar substitute and the soda. You have to sift together the flour, the sugar-substitute, soda, and the cinnamon in the bowl very well. Subsequently, add the Oats, and sift once again. Stir in the egg whites, oil, milk and the raisins, vanilla essence to the flour and mix well enough t form a dough or batter.

Take the baking tray and grease it or you can use the oiled cookie sheet to bake the cookies.

Pre-heat your oven and make small round shapes out of the dough and place them on the tray, each one to two inches apart. Bake in the dough’s at 375 degree F for about 12-15 minutes. You can regulate the time to get the desired texture. If you want soft cookies you keep them for less time and to make crisp cookies bake them for little longer. Take a look to see if the cookies are fully done, if yes, then take them out and let them cool on the wire rack before putting them away in the air tight container. The cookies will stay fresh for 10- 15 days.


Tips

You can add flavor of your choice in the dough to get the desired taste. For example add 2 tea spoons coffee instead of the vanilla to get the coffee flavor, or add cocoa or chocolate powder to get the taste.








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