Wyoming Whopper Cookies
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
We love this recipe-we changed from raisins to Craisins. We also changed the chunky peanut butter to Sun butter (1 cup) and add 1/2 cup of granola for the crunch. We press a thumbprint in the cookie and bake 10 minutes and then add 4 mini marshmallows in the center and return to the oven to bake for the remaining 5 minutes!! YUMMY and a great snack and breakfast alternative. They do not last long......
Loved it! Added the salt on top as recommended and took off the heat before I added eggs and chocolate chips. Was a big hit with the family.
I tried the salt, i tried baking a batch for less time.. still all were dry :( it made a lot of cookies and the flavor was there, but really dry and fell apart.
What may we replace the peanut butter with, we have allergies.
The recipe, from Taste if Home, I received does not show chocolate chips, or how many cups. I will allow batter to cool in order to guesstimate an amount.
I found these cookies to be dry & sort of Blah, they're like Laura Bush's Texas cookies.
Very good cookies. I read the other reviews and sis what they suggested. I used cranberries instead of raisins. My husband and my grandson like them
These cookies are fabulous and so easy to make. The next time that I make these cookies I am going to replace the raisins with diced apples. I did not make them to whopper size just regular cookie size. A must make!!
Before I made these cookies, I read all the reviews so I could see what others suggested, and I used those comments to make the cookies and think they are delicious! Variations on the above recipe that I made: once the butter, sugars, peanut butter, eggs, oatmeal, baking soda and raisins were added, I removed the pan from the heat. I let it cool slightly before adding the chocolate chips since I noted that some people had issues with them melting. Then, once the cookies were scooped and flattened slightly, I sprinkled with Maldon sea salt before baking, Lastly, I only baked for 11 minutes, and that amount of time was perfect, which I understand depends on your oven, but I wanted to start with less time to make sure I did not burn them. I will definitely be making these again...yum!
Made these twice. First time, BLAH as the dickens and a mess. Everything melted everywhere. Second time, We didn’t melt anything. Just go room temperature on everything PLUS, please People, SALT!!! Salt does add flavor. Also, if you add it, you don’t need as much sugar. We added 1/2 teaspoon Kosher Salt and the difference was phenomenal.