Moroccan cookies are one of the most popular Christmas treats that should not be missed among desserts. They are filled with fruits, nuts, and other healthy items. They have a biscuit-like shape. They also have a delicious chocolate coating that combines all the flavors together, making it perfect.
- 200 ml semi-skimmed milk
- 130 gr Soft oat flakes
- 100 grams of dried fruits (dates, apricots, raisins …)
- 80 grams of honey
- 50 gr almonds
- 50 grams of walnuts
- 40 grams of ghee
- 20 g of pumpkin seeds
Chocolate glaze ingredients:
- 120 grams of dark chocolate
- 2 teaspoons of coconut oil
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In a saucepan, heat honeyAnd the Milk and margarine together. Mix well to incorporate everything. Meanwhile, toast Oatmeal flakesin a frying pan together With chopped almonds, walnuts and pumpkin seeds. Toast until you start to smell the nuts. Then mix the dry ingredients with the hot liquid ingredients. sprinkle with dried fruitCut into smaller pieces. After mixing everything well, turn off the stove and let it cool 10 minutes.
Then, using a tablespoon, form the mixture into a shape Round cookies. Place it on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. You should get 17 pcsof the mixture.
Bake Moroccan cookies for 20 minutes at 180°C until golden. Let them cool at least partially. Then, thaw chocolate And the Coconut Oil (either in the microwave or in a water bath) and dip the bottom of the Moroccan cookies into this glaze. Place the cookies back on the baking paper to harden. Moroccan cookies must then be refrigerated to make them last longer. However, given how delicious they are, you will most likely eat them right away.
1 Moroccan cookie (17 pieces total)
|energy value||171 calories|
|the basic||2.5 grams|
Almost no Christmas table would be complete without Moroccan cookies. If you like flavor combinations of chocolate, dried fruits, and nuts, you will definitely enjoy these x cookies too.
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