Oatmeal Cookies

Crispy Oatmeal Cookies


These vegan crispy oatmeal cookies are a classic dessert that is loved for their deliciously chewy texture and comforting warmth.

The best oatmeal cookies typically feature a base of rolled oats mixed with oil /butter, sugar, flour, and can be customized with a variety of add-ins such as chocolate nibs, nuts, or dried fruit/seeds.

The aroma of an oatmeal cookie baking in the oven is enough to make anyone's mouth water.

Once fully baked, the oatmeal cookies are golden brown with a slightly crispy edge and a soft, chewy centre.

These crunchy oatmeal cookies will disappear in no time.

The combination of the nutty, hearty oats with the sweetness of the sugar creates a truly irresistible treat that is perfect for any time of day.

This crispy oatmeal cookie with coconut oil pairs well with tea or coffee.

Whether you enjoy them as a mid-morning snack, an after-dinner dessert, or a late-night indulgence, oatmeal cookies are a classic treat that will never go out of style and are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and warm your heart with every bite.



  1. In a large bowl, add the soaked chia and beat well for 2 minutes. Then add Jaggery powder and coconut oil to it and whisk it until it dissolves.
  2. Once combined well, slowly mix the dry ingredients – (oat Flour & baking powder) until just incorporated.
  3. Later, add rolled oats and nuts to this mixture and mix again.
  4. Keep it to rest for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, Preheat the oven to 180o C for 10 min.
  5. Place a butter sheet/paper on a baking tray. Once the oatmeal cookie dough is set, scoop out the dough with a tablespoon or using your fingers and give the desired shape. Place it on the butter paper.
  6. Place the cookie tray in the preheated oven and bake at 180C for 25 min at first.
  7. Once done, take out the cookie tray and let it cool for 5 minutes and then again leave it in the oven for baking for more 5 min. Enjoy these fast and easy oatmeal cookies.

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