Healthy cookies with candies fruits and chocolate drops

Very tasty, sweet, bright and healthy cookies with candied fruits and chocolate drops. If desired, you can add nuts, raisins or cranberries. Very tasty.

From the number of ingredients listed below, I got 9 cookies. The calorie content of one cookie is 120 kcal.

Ingredients:
Oatmeal (or oatmeal): 100 g.
Whole grain wheat flour: 100 g.
Egg: 2 pcs.
Butter 72%: 20 g.
Kefir (or soft cottage cheese / yogurt): 20 ml.
Baking powder: 1 tsp
Orange zest: 1 tsp
Stevia: to taste
Candied fruits: 30 g.
Chocolate drops: 10 g.

Turn oatmeal into flour (using a coffee grinder, for example), mix with whole grain flour, baking powder, stevia, zest. Add melted butter, eggs and kefir. Mix. It turns out a thick sticky dough. Finely chopped candied fruits and add to the dough, mix so that they are evenly distributed throughout the dough. Divide the dough into several identical parts and form cookies. Add a few chocolate drops to each cookie and press them a little into the dough.
Bake cookies for 20-22 minutes at a temperature of 180 °.

Bon Appetit!

Per 100 g.
Calories 317 kcal/ Protein 10.5 g/ Fats 10 g/ Carbohydrates 48.5 g.

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