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Whole wheat oatmeal cookies
Today I made whole wheat oatmeal cookies according to some recipe I found online. They tasted good and are very healthy, so I wanted to recommend them here. They were also quite easy to make with ingredients easily available in supermarkets in Shenzhen.

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Whole wheat oatmeal cookies



Ingredients and recipe here: food.com - "amazing whole wheat oatmeal cookies"

I could only not buy vanilla and baking powder in any of the supermarkets nearby, so I had to leave that out. Besides that, all ingredients are quite easy to buy in China. Perhaps I will order some vanilla next time on Taobao. Instead of baking powder, I added a bit more baking soda and some lemon juice (the acid needed to make the soda do it's work). I also decided to add less brown sugar than in the recipe, because most Chinese don't like it too sweet. I added lots of raisins and almost a whole apple instead.

I made the applesauce by simple cutting a small apple and putting it (with a tiny bit of water) for a few minutes in the microwave. Then letting it cool down and blending it with the brown sugar etc.

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Brown sugar, little bit white sugar going into the blender with the egg whites, microwaved-apple-pieces, butter and egg whites

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mixing the dry flour, soda, salt etc with the wet blended ingredients and afterward adding oatmeal. Also add the soaked raisins in

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Baking for about 12 minutes at 190 C

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final result, easy, delicious and quite healthy!

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