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Oatmeal Cookies

Looking for recipes for oatmeal cookies? Taste of Home has the best oatmeal cookie recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Oatmeal Valentine Cookies

Oatmeal Valentine Cookies

Oatmeal Valentine Cookies

What better way to show your valentine how much you care than to bake him or her a sweet treat? These cookies are fun to make and fun to eat!

Homemade Lollipop Cookies

Homemade Lollipop Cookies

Homemade Lollipop Cookies

This is my grandson's favorite cookie recipe. One year he asked me to make them for his kindergarten class. I did, and drove 50 miles to deliver them to his school! The cookies are delicious even if you don't make them into "lollipops." —Flo Burtnett, Gage, Oklahoma

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

I was given this recipe by a friend many years ago, and these cookies are as delicious as Mom used to make. The secret to this recipe is to measure exactly (no guessing on the amounts) and to not overbake. —Wendy Coalwell, Abbeville, Georgia
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Coconut Oat Cookies

Coconut Oat Cookies

Coconut Oat Cookies

These chewy cookies have been a family favorite for years. The pecans provide a crunchy contrast to go along with all that chewy goodness!

Spiced Oatmeal Cookies

Spiced Oatmeal Cookies

Spiced Oatmeal Cookies

I'm the fourth generation of cooks in my family to bake these cookies. When my grandmother sent me a batch for my birthday one year, I asked her for the recipe. That's when I learned it was originally my great-grandmother's recipe. It's one that I will definitely make sure gets passed on! —Loretta Pakulski, Indian River, Michigan

Low-fat Oatmeal Cookies

Low-fat Oatmeal Cookies

Low-fat Oatmeal Cookies

These oatmeal cookies are chewy with old-fashioned goodness and are low in fat.—Kathleen Nolan, Lawrenceville, Georgia

Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies

Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies

Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies

Back in the '30s, my grandmother found this recipe on a cereal box. For moist, flavorful oatmeal cookies, these can't be beat! They make a tasty snack that's convenient to take along on family outings. —Diane Maughan, Cedar City, Utah

Apple Butter Cookies

Apple Butter Cookies

Apple Butter Cookies

My mother used to bake these mouthwatering cookies for an after-school treat. Though it's been 55 years since I first found out about them, I still savor the smell that fills the house as these cookies bake. They stay moist and fresh for a long time, or the dough can be stored in the refrigerator for several days so you can bake as you need them.—Dorothy Hawkins, Springhill, Florida

Poor Man's Cookies

Poor Man's Cookies

Poor Man's Cookies

In the 1930s, producers of a popular radio program called Jake and Lena invited listeners to write in for this recipe. My mother changed the name from Jake and Lena Cookies to Poor Man's Cookies because they contained no eggs, milk or nuts. Despite the name, the cookies are rich in taste!

Family-Favorite Oatmeal Cookies

Family-Favorite Oatmeal Cookies

Family-Favorite Oatmeal Cookies

My mother got this recipe in about 1910 when she was a housekeeper and cook for the local physician. The doctor's wife was an excellent cook and taught my mother of lot of her cooking techniques. The cookies soon became a favorite in our home and, when I got married and had a family of my own, they were a favorite throughout the years. My five children also enjoy baking these cookies for their own families—it's a real family tradition.

Toasted Oatmeal Cookies

Toasted Oatmeal Cookies

Toasted Oatmeal Cookies

These down-home-flavored cookies are a family favorite. Toasting the oats gives them an extra nutty flavor. The cookies freeze well and remain crisp...but I've found that whenever I make them of our children and grandchildren, I never have enough left to freeze!
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