Dip top in white chocolate
My family loves this recipe .I like to frost this cookie with melt white chocolate chips and add some color suger for the holidays
Best oatmeal cookie ever
My husband's 93 year old uncle loves my baking and requested that I make him oatmeal cookie but doesn't like raisins in them. So I found this recipe. The first time i made it. I added 1tsp of vanilla and he loved them. Now he requests them every year. They are a bit on the dry side, so last year I experimented with the recipe. I soaked the cranberries in a mixture of orange juice and Capt.Morgans Spiced rum. It plumped up the cranberries and I added some of the liquid to the mixture until it was no longer dry. The cookies came out very moist and chewy. Our uncle really loved this version of the cookie and asked that I make it that way from now on. Even my husband loved them this way and he's not a big cookie fan. I still add the vanilla to this recipe. The cookies alsdo freeze very well and our uncle actually likes to eat them for breakfast with a cup of coffee. I will be baking tomorrow 2 batches, one for my husband and one for our uncle.
My favorite cookie for the holidays
I love this recipe. I do add some cinnamon and it does matter if you use quick oats instead of old fashioned. Tried it both ways. also I do press them down since they pretty much stay the shape you make them. Best cookie ever.
I Love this recipe, on occasion I add a tsp.of almond extract, and if I want to be slightly healthier I replace the white flour with wheat flour. EITHER WAY IT'S A GREAT RECIPE!
I followed the recipe but found the cookies to be more biscuit like and lacking the sweetness and flavor I wanted in a cookie. Maybe it needs some vanilla and more sugar to perk these cookie biscuits up!