Oatmeal Lace Cookies

A lace biscuit is unlike anything else. They’re such a lovely little cookie, but because to their extremely thin construction and signature buttery crunch, they’re also incredibly delicious. These Oatmeal Lace Cookies have all of that, but because of the folded-in oats, they also have a little crunch to them. They’re more approachable and homey, yet they still have that charming little crisp bite you know and love.

Lace biscuits appear to be tough to create, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. Particularly these two. The method is distinct from most basic drop cookies, yet it does not imply difficult. Begin by melting some butter and brown sugar together on the heat before stirring in the flour, vanilla, and salt. After the mixture has cooled slightly, toss in the eggs and oats. (After all, we don’t want scrambled eggs.)

Then, put the batter onto a baking sheet and stretch each circle out as thinly as possible, resulting in a flawlessly thin see-through cookie. They bake in just under ten minutes and require no chilling, rolling, or cutting out, so while they may not appear to be, these are easy cookie to make.

Their crunch is addicting, and I love the nutty flavor the oats contribute – it goes perfectly with the butter and brown sugar. Store them in an airtight container with parchment paper between the cookies to prevent them from sticking together and absorbing extra moisture. Enjoy!

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