Easy Mary Berry Oat Biscuits

In search of a scrumptious and healthful snack to go with your afternoon tea? Oat Biscuits from Mary Berry are a great option. Due to their high fibre content and use of healthy ingredients, these crispy and chewy cookies are a pleasure you can enjoy without feeling bad.

Tips for Making Perfect Mary Berry Oat Biscuits

Use unsalted butter: By using unsalted butter, you may regulate the biscuits’ overall flavour by limiting the quantity of salt they contain.

Soften the butter to provide a smooth dough by making it simpler to combine with the remaining components.

Don’t overmix: If the dough is overmixed, the biscuits will be tough and chewy. Blend until barely mixed.

Using a lined baking sheet The biscuits won’t adhere to the baking sheet if it is lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat, which also promotes more uniform baking.

The biscuits will firm up as they cool, but they will be mushy when they first come out of the oven. They might shatter if you try to remove them from the tray too soon.

Variations and Additions to Mary Berry’s Oat Biscuits

  • Even though Mary Berry’s oat biscuits are delectable on their own, you can alter them and add different ingredients to suit your preferences:
  • Chocolate chips: For a chocolaty twist, mix 50–100g of chocolate chips into the dough before baking.
  • Dried fruit: To give the dough a delicious flavour, add 50–100g of dried fruit (such raisins or cranberries).
  • Spices: To give the dough a spicy, savoury flavour, stir in 1-2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon, ginger, or mixed spices.

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Mary Berry Oat Biscuits Recipe

Mary Berry Oat Biscuits Recipe

Dianna Agron
In search of a scrumptious and healthful snack to go with yourternoon tea? Oat cookies from Mary Berry are a great option. Due to their high fiber content and use of healthy ingredients, these crispy and chewy cookies are a pleasure you can enjoy without feeling bad.
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 4 People
Calories 117 kcal

Equipment

  • Baking tray
  • Parchment paper
  • Mixing bowl
  • Wooden spoon
  • Electric mixer (optional)
  • Rolling Pin
  • Cookie cutters (optional)

Ingredients
  

  • 150 g rolled oats
  • 100 g whole meal flour
  • 100 g self-raising flour
  • 150 g unsalted butter, softened
  • 150 g caster sugar
  • 2 large eggs, beaten
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract

Instructions
 

  • Set your oven's temperature to 160°C/140°C fan/gas 3. Use parchment paper to line a baking sheet.
  • Rolling oats, whole wheat flour, self-rising flour,and baking powder should all be combined in a mixing dish.
  • Use an electric mixer or a wooden spoon to whip the butter and sugar in another mixing dish until they are light and fluffy.
  • The butter and sugar mixture will be fully blended when you've added the beaten eggs and vanilla essence.
  • When a dough forms, combine the dry ingredients with the wet ones.
  • Roll out the dough to a thickness of about 5mm on a flour-dusted board.
  • The biscuits should be cut out with cookie cuttersbefore being placed on the prepared baking sheet.
  • For 12 to 15 minutes, or until golden brown, bake the biscuits in the preheated oven.
  • The biscuits should be taken out of the oven, cooled on the baking sheet for five minutes, then moved to a wire rack to finish cooling.
  • In an airtight container, biscuits can be kept for upto a week once they have cooled.

Notes

  • This recipe yields approximately 16-20 biscuits, depending on the size of the cookie cutter used.
  • If you prefer your biscuits to be thinner and crispier, roll the dough out to a thinner thickness before cutting into shapes.
  • For an added crunch, you can sprinkle some rolled oats or chopped nuts on top of the biscuits before baking.
  • These biscuits can be stored in an airtight container for up to a week, but they are best enjoyed fresh out of the oven or within a few days of baking.
Keyword Mary Berry oat

Are oat biscuits good for cholesterol?

Oat cookies may be helpful for decreasing cholesterol because soluble fibre, which is included in oats, can reduce levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol. However, sugar and saturated fat should be kept to a minimum in oat biscuits as these two ingredients may cause cholesterol levels to increase. Oat cookies may be a healthy snack, but they should only be had rarely as part of a balanced diet, it’s also important to remember.

Why are my biscuits not crispy?

Biscuits may not be crispy due to too much moisture, low oven temperature, or overmixing dough. Ensure dough is dry and bake at high temperature.

What are oat biscuits made from?

Oat biscuits are typically made from a combination of oats, flour, butter, sugar, and baking powder. Some recipes may also include other ingredients like nuts or chocolate chips.

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