Oatmeal & Raisin Cookies with Baked By Me baking mixes!

I previously blogged about our Maltesers cookies, and it was well received! Thank you so much for the support. I do find it rather challenging to keep this blog updated. Bloggers out there, I have so much admiration for you. It is indeed lots of hard work and dedication to find the right material, keep readers entertained and enjoy yourself at the same time.

This post will include a picture tutorial of our Oatmeal & Raisin Cookie Mix. They are available in our gorgeous glass jars or little baking bags. They both make 16-18 scrumptious cookies.

You will just need to follow the easy instructions provided, you will not go wrong! I love taking ‘aerial view’ photographs of everything you need. 1) baking mix 2) softened butter 3) an egg 4) wooden spoon (check, check, check & check!) Mix the butter and egg together.

Add the rest of the ingredients from the jar or baking bag. Combine well and enjoy the lovely aroma.

Once everything is combined well, chill the cookie dough in the fridge for half and hour or even longer if you need to come back to this later.

You can preheat the oven and line a tray with baking paper.

Roll the chilled dough into walnut sized balls and bake in the oven!

Bye for now, am going to enjoy my cookies with a cup of tea. Bliss! đŸ™‚

They were just perfect, a good crunch on the outside, soft and ever so slightly chewy in the middle, the plump raisins were studded throughout and the cinnamon flavour was perfectly complimentary.

I am NOT biased, Nelly’s Cupcakes mentioned that in her blog review!

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