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Hi! I’m Jean from Let Them Eat Cake. I’m going to show you how to make some uncooked chocolate cookies. This is also a really good recipe for anybody who doesn’t eat eggs and who may have a gluten or wheat allergy because there is no flour, so if you can source out gluten for your oatmeal, then this is a great recipe for you.
We’re going to start with making a little bit of syrup. So, you’re going to put into your saucepan on medium to high heat the butter, the sugar and the milk. Give it a little stir and it needs to melt and boil slightly. So, it’s just when it comes to a boil then you can take it off the heat and let it cool for a few minutes while you mix the other ingredients.
Our syrup has melted and just come to a boil. We’re going to take it off the heat. Let it cool for a few minutes and while that’s cooling, we’ll mix up the dry ingredients. So, you’re just going to mix together the oats and the coconut and the cocoa powder. I put in five tablespoons, anywhere from four to six, whatever you like and the vanilla, we sprinkle that around.
You can use a wooden spoon, whatever you have on hand. So, the next step is just to pour your syrup into your dry ingredients and really mix it well. The nice thing about these is that all the cooking is done in syrup. So, on a hot summer day, you don’t even have to turn on the oven.
Now that this is mixed together, you get a cookie sheet; line it with parchment so it doesn’t stick. We’re just going to drop the cookies on. We just put these in the fridge for a couple of hours until they’re set.
It’s been a couple of hours and our cookies are set. You can enjoy them right away. I’m going to make them look pretty on this plate. There you have it, unbaked chocolate cookies, also gluten-free.