Crispy natural oat cookies with cashew nuts, cranberries and raisins! Bon appétit!
Do you ever feel like having something sweet to eat, but you also feel that you need to take a break from certain chocolate treats for a while? Are you craving for anything healthy to have with coffee or tea? And that it would be best to bite into something nice and crunchy? Well, you’ve hit the jackpot! My gluten-free oat cookies are crispy delicacies.
I’m sure they be perfect not only with coffee. Also children will appreciate this unique taste, and moms will make sure that their children eat healthy sweets. Oat cookies are perfect for school, trips or family meetings.
They have a great, unique composition:
- without white sugar – they are sweetened with cane sugar,
- without trans fats – they are manufactured using coconut oil,
- without soy lecithin,
- without eggs.
Oat flakes provide the body with fibre, mainly beta-glucan. It is a complex carbohydrate with prebiotic properties (among others). It slows down the process of sugar absorption, thus preventing obesity, and strengthens the immune system.
Cashews are one of the least calorie nuts that further reduce appetite and improve mood. They stimulate the process of sugar absorption, effectively preventing diabetes. In addition, they support the cardiovascular system.
Cranberries due to high content of tannins have an antibacterial effect, and the high content of vitamin C supports collagen synthesis and has a positive effect on the immunity of the body. The fruit is also a source of fibre, thus supporting the proper functioning of the digestive system. Its composition also includes nutrients such as vitamin E, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium and iodine supporting thyroid function.