Thursday, June 09, 2011

lavender-lime oatmeal cookies


here's what you need:
oil {nice glug}
honey {a good amount}
apple cider vinegar {the tiniest bit}
oats/oat flour {a few cups of each}
flaxseed {1/2 cup or so}
baking soda {a pinch}
salt {quick shake}
dried lavender flowers {handful}
lime zest {one lime}

mix together the oil, honey and apple cider vinegar
add in the oats and oat flour, stirring in a little at a time until the consistency seems right.
add flaxseed, soda, salt. stir.
add lavender and lime. mix.
bake at 350 degrees until brownish around the edges.


I hope you love them.

10 comments:

little t said...

YUMMY- I always love the photos you choose to post too :)

megan lane said...

hi becca, thanks so much for your sweet comment on my blog :) i am really digging yours! your banner is perfection. and i'm loving your photos & recipes. these cookies sound so interesting.. makes we wish i had planted some lavender along with other herbs in our garden.

i'm definitely your newest follower :)

chloƩ said...

mmm becca i want some of these! i'm seriously going to go eat some oatmeal now.

vintch said...

the title of this post intrigued me, then the recipe totally drew me in. these looks divine and a perfect summer snack!

Mdmslle. said...

Wow, this looks yummy! I never tried to use lavender in food but honestly I am pretty curious about it! I love its smell, maybe it tastes the same, that would be stunning! Have to get some, when I visit my parents house again!

Betsy from three20 said...

you. are. the coolest.

gracey said...

every morning, i am enjoying your food posts :) it contributes in my cravings!

M.M.E. said...

I never would have guessed you can cook with lavender! How cool! They sound delicious. I just posted a recipe post too. Only, mine are much worse for you, I think. Haha.

lovedfromthestart said...

Looks delicious!

Kylie said...

these look SO TASTY! i can't bake in peru, so i'll have to settle for oreos from los mercados. we are in peru filming and photographing for an NGO as we do humanitarian projects! right now we're building a school in amaru - it's been awesome