Mrs. Claus' Favorite Oatmeal Cookies feature the festive flair of NESTLE CRUNCH Jingles, dried cranberries and chopped nuts. These seasonal sweets are sure to induce a hearty "Ho, Ho, Ho!"
MRS.CLAUS' FAVORITE OATMEAL COOKIES
by N. NICOLE
, ROSELLE, NJ on Dec. 2008
I MADE THESE LAST YEAR FOR CHRISTMAS AND LOST THE RECIPE. COULDN'T REMEMBER WHERE I FOUND THIS RECIPE. I LOVE THE THIS RECIPE AND THE NAME TOO. I WOULDN'T CHANGE A THING, ONLY MAYBE THE JINGLES...I USED MINI CHOCOLATE CHIPS ONE BAG. MAYBE THEY SHOULD ADVERTISE THIS RECIPE ON THEIR BAG OF CHOCOLATE CHIPS!!!!!
wasn't crazy about them
by i. ilene
, ocean city, NJ on Dec. 2006
I don't know, maybe it's me, since they have such good reviews, but I didn't think these were that good. I made them to bring to a work holiday party, and wish I'd had the time/ingredients to make something else. They were okay, but to me the taste was disappointing.
, Denton, TX on Dec. 2005
I made these cookies for my family and friends and we thoroughly enjoyed them, especially me. I did not have any cranberries so I substituted raisins, but they still turned out great. I have also made them before minus the Jingles, substitute chocolate chips, and they were still a hit. I will use this recipe countless times more, I’m sure, and many friends have even requested it.
cookie exchange tea party
by L. Lillian
, Baltimore, MD on Dec. 2005
All who attend the cookie exchange tea are asked to bring a sample of their cookies along with copies of the recipe. Your oatmeal cookies were a hit at the party. Everyone wanted the recipe.
by B. Beatrix
, London on Dec. 2005
Oh what wonderful biscuits served with a spot of hot spiced tea or equally lovely served with cinnamon coffee and cream. Family absolutely adored them! Piping hot right out of the oven they simply vanished
, Lady Lake, Fl on Nov. 2005
I needed something fast and tasty. I remembered I had copied this recipe down, and I had everything on hand...took to a "pot luck supper" and came home with an empty dish and requests for the recipe! Will definately make again! Plan to send some to my son for Christmas!
by D. Debra
, OAK LAWN, IL on Apr. 2005
These cookies were really good. My daughter left some on a plate for Santa.
by R. Rosemary
, WEIRTON, WV on Mar. 2005
we did this recipe with solid chocolate easter eggs and it worked out good.a very nice recipe.the flavor is delicious.
by S. Susan
, Preston, Idaho on Oct. 2004
I'm so glad to find this recipe. I'm so excited to try them.
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