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Festive Scottish Oat Bakes

December 27, 2012

Saffy’s Christmas Cook – Off

Chapter 1

It had been a long time since Saffy had a quiet Christmas.  She wanted to make the most of it and so took the opportunity to give herself the epic task of a Christmas Cook Off.  She would go where no woman had gone before and create a full Christmas dinner from scratch.  Although her efforts were not appreciated she still triumphed.   It was a great personal achievement.  This is her Christmas Story.

The Festive Oat Bakes were made using jumbo oats.  Safiya was so impressed by her last batch of oat bakes that she decided to make a small batch with a Christmas theme.  The sun shone through the kitchen window and Safiya then became inspired by the rays and made an apricot orange sticky glaze to cover the fruity bakes.



150g jumbo rolled oats, 50ml hot water, 50g mixed dried fruit, 20g crushed walnut halves, 25g light brown sugar,  1 medium egg, 50g plain flour, 2 tbsps apricot jam, 10ml orange juice, orange segments and walnut halves (to serve).


1. Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl (apart from the jam, juice segments and walnut halves).
2. Put the mixture into a small/ medium round baking tin and smooth the top with the back of a spoon.
3. Bake for 25 minutes at 180 degrees C.
4. In the meantime in a small saucepan add the juice and jam.
5. On a low heat stir until the jam has melted.
6. When the oat bakes are done leave for a minute then pour or brush the glaze over the bakes.
7. Cut the bakes into squares, serve and scatter walnut halves and orange segments on top.


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