Pecan Raisin Oatcakes. A delicious solution to breakfast on the go with the wholesome goodness of oats. Perfect for an afternoon coffee break and for packed lunches too.
Originally published Jan 2017.
I decided to try making these Pecan Raisin Oatcakes as a result of reading the many responses and messages I got to my original oatcake recipe. People seriously loved that recipe and thanked me profusely for posting it.
I read reader stories about these oatcakes, like seniors in retirement homes demanding them on family visits. There were also responses from moms saying their kids loved them, sending care packages of them to their kids in college.
Recipes that elicit those kinds of stories, of bringing a little bit of delicious happiness to folks, are the kind I like best.
This version of the recipe experiments with adding pecans and raisins to make them even more delicious. The original recipe calls for a bit of a lightly spiced version.
I think the nutmeg is an absolutely essential ingredient to their success. This version doubles up on the spices to compliment the extra nutty and sweet elements being added.
We loved this extra bump in spice flavour at our house. If you prefer the lighter spiced version, just cut the nutmeg and cinnamon amounts by half or adjust to your own taste.
Try these for your next weekend brunch or office coffee break but be prepared, people are going to be asking for the recipe.
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Pecan Raisin Oatcakes - a delicious solution to breakfast on the go with the wholesome goodness of oats. Perfect for an afternoon coffee break and for packed lunches too.
- ½ tsp baking soda
- 1 ½ cups all purpose flour
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp ground nutmeg
- ¼ cup sugar
- ¼ cup brown sugar
- pinch salt
- ¾ cup butter, cold and cubed
- 1 ½ cups large rolled oats
- 2/3 cup pecans, roughly chopped
- 2/3 cup raisins
- ½ cup evaporated milk, undiluted (NOT condensed milk)
- Sift together the flour, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar, brown sugar and salt.
- Rub in the butter with your hands (or pulse in using a food processor)
- Toss in the rolled oats, pecans and raisins.
- Add the milk and toss together with a wooden spoon until a soft dough forms.
- Roll the dough out on a lightly floured board to a ½ to 3/4 inch thickness and cut out the oatcakes with a 3-4 inch biscuit cutter or an inverted drinking glass.
- Place on a parchment lined cookie sheet and bake in a 350 degree F oven for 18- 20 minutes. Cool on a wire rack.
- These will keep for several days when stored in an airtight container. They also freeze very well.
These will not brown a lot on top, so look for browning at the bottom edges to ensure they are fully baked but not overbaked. If using smaller biscuit cutters you will get about a dozen oatcakes. At this size they should bake for only about 15 minutes.
Amount Per Serving Calories 464Total Fat 26gSaturated Fat 12gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 12gCholesterol 50mgSodium 253mgCarbohydrates 54gFiber 4gSugar 22gProtein 7g
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by third party software and is meant as a guideline only. Exact accuracy is not guaranteed. For recipes where all ingredients may not be used entirely, such as those with coatings on meats, or with sauces or dressings for example, calorie & nutritional values per serving will likely be somewhat lower than indicated.