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Recipe for ginger oatmeal cookies:

This is what you were really looking for isn't it? (I have been making these with my mum since I was little.)

- 4oz self raising flour
- 4oz oats
- 6oz butter
- 2oz sugar
- tbsp syrup
- tsp ginger
Mix it all together
Put some dollops on a baking tray
Squish them with a fork
Bake at gas mark 3 until they are done

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