Chewy Apple Oatmeal Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
These made nice cookies. Will try again with fresh apples as many here have listed. Tried the dried apples and I found they didn't have much taste in the cookies, so I tried dried cherries that were very bold to the taste, but since it required so few in the recipe, I chopped them finely so you would taste them in all of the cookies, but I didn't get the taste of them once cooked. So like I said, going to try fresh or just double the amount of cherries next time. Either way....good oatmeal cookies.
We absolutely loved these cookies. I just added very finely chopped walnuts ,fresh apple instead od dried and an extra egg.. They are very moist even after 3 days in a Ziploc bag.
Although these were moist, I didn't find these to have much flavor. I added dried cranberries, as well. Not sure I I will make these again.
These were great, nice and chewy. I chilled the dough before baking to keep them from spreading too much. I added some dried tart cherries for extra flavor. I think I'll add more cherries next time.
They were good.I added 1/2 cup more apples and 1/2 cup more white sugar.The children loved it! I also used 1 red apple.
These cookies are so chewy delicious!! I like to double the recipe and use half dried apples and half dried apricots chopped. I've never met a person who hasn't loved them!! I've shared the recipe many times!!
I enjoyed the different taste with the dried apples but I think the next time I bake these I will also add the raisins along with the dried apples for a little more flavor.
I enjoyed the different take on oatmeal cookies with the dried apple but I think the next time I bake these I will also add the raisins maybe along with the dried apples.
Pretty darn good. Chewy and soft. I used fresh apples instead of dry and they were delicious. Not sure they'll be as good tomorrow, but they were sure good straight from the oven!
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