So I’m one of those patients that sit in the doctors waiting room, I look through the magazines and then of course I’m going to find me a great recipe that I just have to try. So, I end up asking the receptionist to print me a copy of a page…of course these days I pull out my cell phone and just take a photo. Well, this recipe is one of those kind of recipes.
My son was home ill from school today so I thought what a perfect day to bake him some healthy (yes healthy) cookies. The recipe said that they are really meant to be eaten for breakfast but we think they can be eaten any time of the day. I did modify the original recipe by omitting 1/2 cup of raisins and I added a few more things to the mix. If you like raisins…then add em…we are not fans of raisins.
You basically grate your carrots
In a large bowl, add your oil, brown sugar, white sugar and egg. Mix until it’s well blended. Add your dry ingredients
add your oatmeal, carrots and coconut flakes. Mix just until it’s all blended
spoon onto your prepared baking sheets
bake for 10-12 minutes
while it’s baking you make your filling
and you make little sandwiches out of them. These cookies, wrapped and in the refrigerator, will last up to 3 days.