These whole wheat cranberry triangles are the perfect accompaniment to your cuppa. Along with whole wheat, they also include oats and cornmeal which gives a lovely bite. And not to forget the dried cranberries that add the sweetness and a delightful tang.
The temperatures are dipping in our neck of the woot; autumn is in full swing!
Having said that, there have been mild days every now and then. Probably the main reason why some of the garden beauties that would usually disappear during this time of the year are still sticking around. Not that I’m complaining!
It’s almost December and we are probably allowed to say the ‘C’ word? I must admit I’m really looking forward to the Christmas holidays and having a full house when the kids come back from their respective universities. Family and food, after all, isn’t that the best part of a festive season!
Speaking of food, these whole wheat cranberry triangles were made quite some time ago; well it’s another recipe that I managed to salvage from my ‘notebook’. And luckily I had the pictures to go with it too! So it was a win-win situation. Not sure what ‘notebook’ I’m referring to ? Read all about it here.
This is an easy recipe. You basically make the dough, chill, cut and bake! So, do give them a try.
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Whole wheat cranberry triangles
- 7 tbsp plain whole wheat flour (atta)
- 12 tbsp oat flakes
- 5 tbsp cornmeal
- 6 tbsp dark muscovado sugar
- 2 handfuls of dried cranberries
- 6-7 tbsp of softened butter
- a little granulated sugar to sprinkle on top (optional)
- Mix together the flour, oats, cornmeal and sugar. Rub together with fingertips to remove any lumps in the sugar.
- Mix in the dried cranberries.
- Add the butter and rub it in.
- Continue to mix till everything comes together into a ball. Do not be heavy handed, knead or overmix. Just bring everything together.
- Shape into a log and flatten to about 12 inches long and about 3 inches wide.
- Wrap in plastic wrap and chill for about 2 hours.
- Pre heat the oven at 180 deg C and line a baking tray with foil or parchment.
- Unwrap the dough and with a sharp knife, quickly cut the dough into 16-17 triangles.
- Arrange the triangles on the lined baking tray, a little apart from each other.
- Place the tray in the centre of the pre heated oven and bake for about 15-17 minutes or till lightly browned.
- While still hot, trim the edges with a sharp knife and sprinkle a little granulated sugar over them ( if using ).
- Cool on tray for 2 minutes and then transfer to a rack to cool completely.
- Store in air tight containers.
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