Well, this is really all you need:
Syrup, sugar, oats and cream.
1 equivalent of sirup, 1 equivalent of sugar and 1 equivalent of cream are stirred together in pot. Heat it up til it starts boiling then it shall boil until...
You can pour some of this boiling liquid
into a glass of cold water and then roll it into a ball.
Then 7-8 equivalents of oats are about to be made into a dough mixture by using the hot toffee mass as a cohesive agent. 1 equivalent can be any volume unit, for example a cup, a deciliter, a pint etc. Syrup: sugar: cream: oats - 1:1:1:7(or 8) equivalents.
If you want to, you can add extra ingredients. For example peanuts, walnuts, cashew nuts, sunrose seeds and chocolate. This might demand more cohesive agent. I dubbled the amount in order to melt this nut mixture into the oat-toffee dough.
This instrument was used for the process of chocolate flavouring the nutty mixture.
So, oats and chocolate flavoured nuts are mixed together and hot toffee are poured over. Stir this sweet tough dough with a firm hand. After that, form the cookies into an apropriate shape.
Energy cookies in a 2l ice cream box, weighing in at 1½ kg.
Then you go canoeing.
If you're lazy, bring energy cookies. 2 cookies = 1 oatmeal plus toffee and a handfull of nuts.
If you don't need them that much, then go canoeing again. Eventually, there'll be no left-overs.