Quick Oat Biscuits


These tasty biscuits are very quick and easy to throw together. Made.from basic store cupboard ingredients, they are perfect for hungry tummies after school (sometimes I wonder if my children actually eat lunch at school because they are always starving by 3pm!) or anytime 🙂

Oaty biscuits
Makes about 10

Grease and line a large baking tray.

75g self raising flour
75g caster sugar
75g Oats
75g soft butter
2 tablespoons golden syrup
1 tablespoon milk

Preheat oven 180C.

Place the flour in a bowl. Stir in the sugar and oats. Melt the butter, golden syrup and milk in a small saucepan. Pour over the oat and flour mixture and mix well. Roll walnut sized pieces of dough and place on baking tray, allowing one inch between each biscuit to allow for spreading. Bake for 10-15 mins or until golden brown around the edges.


Very moreish! These biscuits are also gorgeous dipped in melted chocolate, just like a chocolate hob nob but better!


I’ve linked this recipe to recipe of the week at amummytoo (Thank you Emily!)


21 thoughts on “Quick Oat Biscuits

  1. Ooh – I wonder if I could dip them in white chocolate as I can’t eat either dark or milk! We’ve decided today at work that we will, once again, be taking part in the Breast Cancer ‘Wear it Pink’ day at the end of October.
    Maybe I should start practising these for the day! Whichever way, they sound very yummy,


    1. Thanks Ellen! I’m sure they would be lovely dipped in white chocolate – then maybe sprinkled with dried cranberries, mmmmmm! I might have to try that now! Good luck for the Wear it Pink day 🙂 xx


      1. Hello Nikki, just to say I’ve made this biscuits this week and dipped them in white chocolate……. Can only say they were very yummy, so will definitely be making them for our ‘Wear it Pink’ day at the end of October! Thank you so much for sharing this and all your recipes!
        Have a great day – very wet + windy up here in Warwickshire!
        Ellen x


  2. Yummy! I love love LOVE oaty biscuits, especially for dunking, and these look great. Nice simple recipe and no faffy ingredients either 🙂

    If you would like, I’d love you to pop over and link this up with #recipeoftheweek. You can find it under ‘Food’ on my home menu. x


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