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I've Moved!...and some Oat and Choc Chip Cookies

Oat and Choc Chip Cookies

Those of you who follow me on Twitter know that we have been trying to move house for AGES (like on and off for 6 years!)....and it has finally happened WHOOPIE. We have bought a house in the same village in North Cornwall that has acres more space for the kids and a fab kitchen (all important for a food blogger). It has been a long drawn out process that has been going on since last summer....but we got there in the end!

Now that the house move is all done and dusted I really hope to get my blogging mojo back. I have some long overdue reviews pending (including a fab new Phillips Juicer) and lots of recipe ideas whizzing around in my head! I can't wait to get creating in my new kitchen.



The house, although only built 5 years ago needs a lot of finishing off work and the gardens need landscaping...plenty to keep hubby busy. We are also thinking about doing a bit of bed and breakfast when it is all finished, but thats a few years off at the moment.

The week before we moved I had a mammoth baking session using up part used packets of this and that. These cookies were one of the creations and kept us going while we were packing, moving (thankfully only a 2 minute drive from our old house) and unpacking. 

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Oat and Choc Chip Cookies
Chewy Oaty Cookies, perfect with a glass of milk.
  • 225g Butter, softened
  • 225g Caster Sugar
  • 170g Tube Condensed Milk
  • 200g Oats
  • 1/2 TSP Vanilla Extract
  • 150g Milk Choc Chips
  • 150g Self Raising Flour
Step 1: Preheat oven to 180c, 160fan. Line 2 baking sheets with baking paper.Step 2: Cream together the butter, sugar and condensed milk.Mix in the rest of the ingredients.Step 3: Roll dough into 20 golf ball sized balls, place on baking trays spaced well apart and bake for 15 minutes. Allow to cool
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 20


  1. Condensed milk in cookies. I've never seen that before. Good luck on the move. It's great you don;t have to move schools.


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