Saturday, 7 November 2015

Sweet Cow Patties from Chocolate and Oats.

When i got up this morning, i am not kidding but i just wanted to get back into bed. I have a lot in the winter, just hearing the rain trapping on the window. Definitely wasn't a nice morning. he weather is so strange, one minute its raining, next its blowing a gale then its blue skies. I don't understand when it's like this. It's crazy living in the Lincolnshire some times but still so beautiful. I popped into Louth to get some groceries, as we needed some, for our Sunday roast tomorrow. I went to my favourite Fruit & Veg store (Robinsons & Sons). They are so nice. 


I planned making Cow Patties this afternoon, i really did think they turn out awful but actually they are a handy little snack, before you say chocolate isn't healthy i know that (but it tastes so good). 
I absolutely looooooooove chocolate. Melting chocolate as well i usually eat before it reaches they crispy cakes and yes i do get told off by doing that, but it's my chocolate. I can imagine working in the chocolate factory one day. My best friend is taking me to York in the New Year for a Chocolate Tour, i was so excited. We will come out obese but we don't care. I am fed up with being skinny anyway. haha. 


These Cow Patties are so easy to make. Mr Farmer said they are very nice but he's not very impress by the name but its true they do look like Cow Poop. I am going to sneak one in his lunch bag on Monday. I always send him to work with little notes or a surprise. My mother always use to give me surprises in my lunch box. Made school more excited. I think its time to get to the recipe, i do talk about everything once i get myself going. To make these sweet little Cow Patties i will write below. 



Ingredients 
2 150g bars of Chocolate
1/2 bag of Oats
  
Method

  1. Line 2 baking trays with parchment paper.
  2. Melt the chocolate in a microwave or in a bowl set over a pan of boiling water.
  3. Pour in the oats and stir to combine
  4. Using a spoon or small cookie scoop, place mounds of the mixture onto the prepared baking trays.
  5. Leave to sit in the fridge for 10 minutes. 
You can send to your local farmers for a Christmas gift. Package in gift sacks.
Some farmers around here will most probably think "What the hell." I know i was like that when my friend was telling me about them and the next day he bought me some and i was like oh my gosh how come i have never thought of this before. The ingredients are cheap to buy too. 
When i made them before i put raisins, dried cranberries and almonds. Healthy gift with chocolate. 

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enjoy!! 


Abbie May 
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