Friday, April 3, 2009

Lace oat crisps

If you like crispy biscuits, these surely are for you. These oat crisps look like lace so I renamed them as Lace oat crisps. I found the recipe at Pittsburgh needs eated and here's the link to the recipe http://pghtasted.blogspot.com/2007_08_01_archive.html To some of the cookies I added some raisins.
Lace Oat Crisps
adapted from Classic Stars Desserts2 1/2 tbsp unsalted butter, melted
1/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar
2 tbsp granulated sugar
2 tbsp dark corn syrup (I used golden syrup)
1 cup old fashioned rolled oats
(added some raisins)
Preheat the oven to 350.
Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. In a bowl, combine the butter, brown sugar, granulated sugar, and corn syrup and stir until blended. Stir in the oats, mixing well. Stir raisins if using.
To form the crisps, drop the oat mixture, one tbsp per cookie, onto the prepared baking sheets, spacing them about 2.5 inches apart. Bake, rotating the sheets at the midway point, until golden brown and bubbly, about 15 minutes. Let cool for 5 minutes on the baking sheets. Then, using a metal spatula, transfer the crisps to a large flat plate to cool.

26 comments:

VeggieGirl said...

So delicate!!

May said...

Wish I could taste one :)
Your blog is lovely, thanks for visiting mine :)

How To Eat A Cupcake said...

Those are SO pretty!

linda said...

Pretty and delicious!

Eliana said...

These look to pretty and elegant. Make me want to have some English Tea.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Every time I see these delicate lace cookies, I feel like I should be at a tea party.

Sharon said...

I love the addition of raisins. Cookies like this are usually pretty plain but I always like a little something something extra!

Grammatically Delicious Designs said...

Yummy. It is midnight and I want a cookie. How pathetic is that?!

Danielle

Kitchen Corner said...

Lace cookies look very pretty and crispy too! Thanks for sharing!

Betty said...

che meravilgia questi biscotti!

P.s. se passi da me c'è un regalino!

Hannah said...

Oh, I love these things! They're fun to shape into cups and curls and things for garnishes, too.

Cakebrain said...

Love lacy oatmeal cookies! It looks crispy and chewy good!

Elyse said...

These dainty lace cookies are absolutely precious!! What a perfect tiny treat.

NIGHTFAIRY said...

Che buoni devono essere..uno tira l'altro!

ღ Sara ღ said...

sembrano deliziosissimi!!!! che bontà!!

Le Pappe di Alessandra! said...

Che belli!Come devono essere croccanti!!!

Dani said...

they look so elegant!!!

Baker's Cakes said...

Congrats your IC:Earth Cupcakes look amazing! http://bakers-cakes.blogspot.com/2009/04/congrats-snooky-doodle-cakes.html

may26 said...

(^_^) ciao Nat,carine queste patatine d'avena hai proprio ragione sembrano dei merletti chi sà che buoni e sicuramente gustosissimi (^_^)un abbraccio baci baci ♥♥

veron said...

These look so tasty!

Sophie said...

I tried making these once and they just did not turn out, unfortunately :(. Yours look lovely and lacey, though! I like the crispy edges, yum.

Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella said...

Yum! They remind me of brandy snaps which are one of my favourite biscuits! :)

Jude said...

Love how thin they are that you can see right through them. Yum.

Sweetiepie said...

looks crispy and sweet like a chips.Hmm!I guess it must smell good.

RockerJewlz said...

Oh I LOVE these...just the perfect mix of airiness and crunch.

A friend taught me to make parmesan crisps by placing a small hunk of parmesan cheese on a sheet, put it in a hot oven and as the cheese melts, it spreads and gets holes like these cookies to make a crunchy cheese bite with that little bit of thickness from the original hunk left as slightly chewy...yum!

Anna said...

I love cookies like that and haven't made any in a while. Thanks for the recipe!