Molasses Oatmeal Chip Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min.
Makesabout 1-1/2 dozen
This cookies are the best! I bake a double batch each time because they disappear so fast! I've been baking this for more than 3 years now!
I agree with everyone else that these are delicious. I'm not a big fan of molasses and when I was tasted the raw dough, I was a bit uncertain as to whether or not I'd like the finished product. But once baked, the molasses flavor is very subtle and gives the cookie that feeling of, "What's in this cookie that makes it different from other chocolate chip cookies?" The only thing I'd do differently is slightly flatten the cookies before baking. I rolled them into balls as instructed and when they were baked, they were mounded in the middle and flat on the edges. Still delicious, just not as eye-appealing.
I got more than 18 cookies from the recipe...I'd would rather have smaller cookies. Mine turned out quite soft...were they supposed to?
These were so, so yummy! My whole family loved them!
First time we tried them, they reminded me of my favorite oatmeal sandwich cookie, but better. I sometimes substitute raisins or craisins with white chocolate chips. Yum!
This is definitely a favorite! It's very satisfying and the cinnamon and molasses really make it wonderful!
I have to admit that when I saw the recipe called for molasses and cinnamon I was a little intrigued. After making them, I was pleasantly surprised at what a nice twist the molasses and cinnamon added to the cookies! They were quick and easy to make and very yummy!! It's a keeper. I will be adding this recipe to my list of favorites for sure.
These are very good they remind me of cookies my grandma would make. They fill the house with the scent of cinnamon and molasses. Awesome!!
these are delicious...the hint of cinnamon is wonderful!!! we love these!!!!
These are delicious!!! I can't stop making them. Thank you for sharing your recipe.