Wyoming Cowboy Cookies
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 15 min.
I made this recipe several years ago. They are MUCH TOO SWEET. If I were to make them again (which I probably won't), I would cut way back on the sugars since the coconut and chocolate chips are also sweet. For those who experienced dry, crumbly cookies, be sure you're using the right amount of butter. One cup is TWO sticks, not one. It's an easy mistake to make if you aren't paying attention.
I just made these cookies and they are so, so good. The dough got a bit stiff so I resulted to washing my hands really good and using them to add in the coconut, pecans and oats. I will make them over and over. Thanks for the recipe.
Was looking for a ranger cookie with raisins and liked this recipe so swapped the chocolate chips for raisins. Also added a healthy dash of cinnamon. Baked on silicone mat for 11 minutes. Dough was a bit crumbly and hard to press together towards the end but I think that's due to using King Arthur white wheat flour as that's all I had. Definitely a keeper and will try these as directed
I make these often! Husband, kids and grandkids love them! My go to recipe!!!! Love them!
FOLLOWED the recipe. Dry dough and too crispy. Good flavor.
what is are teaspoonfuls could you mention a scoop size like 40 or smaller if that's your teaspoons size
Wonderful cookies added a touch of cinnamon and walnuts in place of pecans
Fantastic cookies. Several people asked for the recipe. It was a bit of trial and error for me to determine the correct baking time in my oven, but once found it was very repeatable. I refrigerated and froze some of the dough to test these options and when cooked they tasted just as if fresh mixed.
I've made these several years ago, not good dry & tasteless.
These are soooooo good!