Oat-Rageous Chocolate Chip Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 3 dozen
These are really easy! I added a little more oatmeal and a few less chocolate chips. The dough was a little stiffer so I flattened them with a fork, just like you would do for peanut butter cookies. These are a keeper!
Very good cookies. I make these often and they never disappoint. Sometimes I make them with Milk chocolate chips if thats what I have on hand and they are just as good.
These cookies are absolutely delicious. I have made them several time and each time I make them, everyone loves them! A keeper for sure!
These are tasty! These cookies have just enough peanut butter and oatmeal. I love that they still are soft and taste fresh for a few days after baking!
Oh my yum! In these days of shelter-in-place because of the virus, I had to make a couple of small substitutions. I used half chunky peanut butter and half almond butter and the only chips I had were white chocolate. Also, I didn't have regular instant oatmeal so I used 2 packets of maple brown sugar instant oatmeal. I also added chopped walnuts for grins and giggles. Just the comfort treat we needed right now.
These were great! They have peanut butter, oats, and chocolate chips - what more could you want? I made these as directed and really enjoyed the flavor and texture of these cookies.
I developed a recipe exactly like this years ago except I add a mashed banana and toasted walnuts.
Just made these, an they are really good! I had some whole wheat white flour I had from another recipe to get rid of so I used that. I also made it a little more diabetic friendly for us an used 1/4 C. Stevia for baking an 1/4 C sugar instead of all white sugar. After a test bake on 1 cookie, I decided to just slightly flatten these as the other reviews said, they do not spread at all. Would definitely bake these again! Thanks for the recipe!
Love the combination of peanut butter, chocolate and oats and these cookies do not get flat. Recommend you leave them on the cookie sheet until almost completely cool to minimize crumbling. They do not stick so leaving them longer is not an issue. Mine looked exactly like the photo which is unusual for me!
This is delicious but substituting 1.5 c almond flour makes it out if this world!!!