Cranberry Pecan Oatmeal Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 15 min./batch
Makesabout 5 dozen
These are a delight! Don’t change a thing. The recipe is super simple and comes together quickly.
A good standard oatmeal cookie. I don’t know what I was expecting based on reviews and prize winning status, but I was kind of disappointed. I think as long as you realize you are making an oatmeal cookie you will enjoy these. So don’t expect something totally unique or new. I also was not a big fan of the craisins...i rated this highly because my family loved them. So maybe you will too!! But I will return to my canola based, whole grain flour healthier oatmeal cookie as I did not feel it was worth the butter, which is a rare treat for me. I will save my butter for the chocolate chips!! But all in all a good, basic oatmeal cookie!!
These are awesome!! I thought I had cranberries when I started making but I didn't so I used dried cherries. They are so so good!! Will defiantly make again!!!
The cookies turned out great! Even the batter was delicious to taste. Will add less baking soda next time I make this recipe, I want cookies to be a bit flatter. Will try recipe with raisins next time.
these were fantastic. One of the best cookies I ever ate (husband agrees). I left them in till they were golden and I thought they were over cooked, at first, but they were wonderful. They were really crispy but also had a little softer spots inside. I made them just as written, except I didn't chop the cranberries. I got about 40 and they were normal cookie size-not huge, not small. The sweetness was perfect. As one reviewer said, they are a bit crumbly when you try to portion them out and put them on the pan. I found if I just squeezed them together and left them in a ball, more or less, that they turned out that way. I just made them yesterday and we're already talking about making another batch (and that's even with me having Christmas goodies sitting around).
Very good! Soft on inside, crispy outside. So, I think we all agree 60 cookies is just not going to happen. I got 40 and they were on the small side. I forgot the pecans and the cookies were still wonderful but I know pecans will be better yet, so next time! I cut the white sugar in half and omitted salt.
These are fabulous, but true enough, not even close to 60 cookies. They were a bit crumbly too to put together.
Yum. Both crispy and chewy so it's the perfect combination. I really love the extra zing the dried cranberries added. They are easy to make, but I only got 48 small cookies. I used old-fashioned oats.
A very good cookie. I used toasted walnuts instead of pecans, didn't have enough pecans. I'll try them next time. I just realized I forgot to chop the cranberries, l would not chop them they were great. I will make these again. Janet. VFE
Adding this recipe to my "healthy" desserts list to try!