Lacy Cinnamon Orange Oatmeal Cookies

I love to find new versions of an oatmeal cookie. And since it’s cookie season (that’s a real thing ya know), I will bake cookies until my fingers are numb and my apartment is overheated. So, I saw these cookies, and new I had to make them. And change them, of course.

Yes, these are amazing with a cup of coffee...or make one of my Peppermint Lattes and blow your holiday mind!

Yes, these are amazing with a cup of coffee…or make one of my Peppermint Lattes and blow your holiday mind!

I had two satsuma oranges given to me as an impromptu gift. I love food presents, especially when I’ve never had that food before. I’ve never had a satsuma! But, I knew immediately that I wanted to bake with one!

lacyoatmealcookies2 When I cut it open, it smelled so bright and refreshing. I knew that it absolutely had to go into a cinnamon orange cookie! Weird how those instincts kick in, right?

Thus, these beautiful lacy  orange scented cookies were born. And, if I do say so myself, they are AMAZING.

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They’ll be perfect for you to whip up, and gift to your neighbor…if you can stand to give them away after realizing how amazing they are.

That’s ok, make two batches. I totally understand.

lacyoatmealcookies1 Lacy Cinnamon Orange Oatmeal Cookies

(makes approximately 20 cookies)

½ cup raw sugar

¼ cup granulated Stevia (or ¼ cup more raw sugar)

1 egg

1 tsp. orange zest

½ Tbs. fresh squeezed orange juice

¼ tsp. cinnamon

1 Tbs. coconut flour (or whole wheat flour)

¼ tsp. salt

1 tsp. baking powder

6 Tbs unsalted butter, melted

1 ½ cups old fashioned oats

~Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper (silicone mats aren’t recommended for this recipe).

~In a large mixing bowl, combine the sugar, stevia, and egg. Use a whisk to rigorously mix until well incorporated.

~In a separate bowl, combine the melted butter and the oats, stir together, and set aside.

~To the egg/sugar, add the orange zest, juice, and cinnamon. Rigorously mix again. Then, add the flour, salt, and baking powder. Mix until incorporated. Finally, mix in the oats/butter until the batter is completely mixed together.

~Drop the dough by the tablespoon onto the baking sheet, spaced 2 inches apart (I like to space 8 cookies per batch with this dough). Bake these cookies, one pan at a time, in the upper third of the oven, for 10 min, rotating the sheet pan half-way through. Let the cookies cool slightly on the pan before carefully transferring to a wire rack to finish cooling. Eat and serve immediately!

The original recipe does not recommend you save these cookies overnight, so gift them as soon as possible.

*Recipe inspired by and adapted from 101 Cookbooks: Thinnest Oatmeal Cookies

 

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    • says

      I like to use both to bring down the calories from sugar a bit. You can use all sugar but I like to feel like I’m getting away with a little something ;) it’s kind of like using those pre mixed “baking blends” but I like to have control of the ratio