Oatmeal Chip Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + chilling Bake: 15 min.
Makesabout 7 dozen
My first sheet of cookies flattened completely and became "lacy" in appearance. I halved the recipe and made no other changes. So now I'm trying to recover the bulk of the dough by turning them into bar cookies. Not holding out too much hope from just checking on them. It has to be something in the mixing or what have you. I don't believe it was the recipe because nearly all the reviews are positive. Any thoughts on what I did wrong?
I’ve made this recipe for a few years now. I do add more chocolate. 1 add x2 on chocolate and sometimes include white chocolate and butterscotch chips. It is a Christmas Eve tradition to make these huge and to make them into ice cream sandwiches at my house.
This is a wonderful cross between my family's two favorite cookies. A half batch fits perfectly in the cookie jar.
Halved the recipe. Baked two dozen and put the rest of the cookie dough in the fridge for later. Love freshly baked... I don't feel quite so guilty using oatmeal for part of the ingredients. (Also didn't put nuts in as I usually do). Used my big mixer and put all dry ingredients into the bowl at one time. Used half butter and half shortening as the cookies don't flatten out as much. Wonderful with a cup of coffee!
Best oatmeal chip cookies I've had! Will definitely half the recipe when I bake them just for my family.
I cut the recipe in half for a quick after school snack for the kids on a cold snowy day. I added a tiny hint of cinnamon to bring out some warmth. They paired perfectly with hot cocoa!
These are really good! We love our cookies to be slightly crunchy yet soft in the middle and those were just that. We halved the recipe and used gluten-free flour but other than that it was the same. They got rave hits with everyone who ate them!
Very good! I didn't have time to chill the dough so I baked them as drop cookies. Turned out great.
Great texture and flavor. I added Craisins for an extra touch.
These cookies are very good. I cut this recipe in half and i was able to make around 40 cookies. I also added 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. I make sure to melt the butter and add a teaspoon of cornstarch for the perfect chewy cookie. I do this with regular chocolate chip cookies as well. It is also important to chill the dough. I will be making these again.