Chocolate-covered raisins make these Deluxe Oatmeal Raisinets Cookies an unbeatable treat. Perfect for all occasions.
modified for gluten free
by M. Michelle
, United States on Apr. 2013
I started with a gluten free cookie mix and added nuts,chocolate chips,raisins and chocolate covered raisins. It made less due to the size of the mix. So this review isn't really for this entire recipe but it helped me make the cookies I wanted!
Add a twist
by D. Donna
, Christiansburg, VA on Aug. 2009
As they are these are really good cookies. I added 1/3 cup of peanut butter just before adding the oats etc. Wow. I did find that they required a little more time in the oven.
by C. Carol
, Flemington, WV on Oct. 2008
I was craving oatmeal raisin and WOW did these hit the spot. I had got a sample of another brand in the mail the day before, and eww didn't even compare. This is definitely my cookie from now on. Thanks!
Co-Workers loved them !:D
by k. keL
, Jenkintown, PA on Apr. 2008
I made these for my roomie yesterday because it was his day to bring something to work and I didn't want him bringing a store bought or prepackaged/boxed food.
I loved these and he did too. Right out of the oven sooo awesome. I think the secret to people having problems with them breaking is lower temp level. I made these at 300F at 18 mins and they turned out beautifully just like someone else said. They spread and were soft and chewy with a nice firm bottom. I didn't add raisins since I didn't have any so I added nuts instead and used 3 different kinds of chocolate to mix it up. They were very VERY sweet so I would suggest please PLEASE drink milk with these. Quite yummy. I will be making them again this wknd!!! All my roomies LOVED them!!
oatmeal raisin cookies
by A. Ada
, BOTHELL, WA on Feb. 2008
What a wonderful way to get the taste of chocolate and raisin all in one simple step.
deluxe oatmeal raisin cookies
by T. T
, SANDPOINT, ID on Feb. 2008
Very good oatmeal cookie. My preference in cookies is either oatmeal or chocolate chip. This one is moist and very good
by L. Lindsay
, TUCSON, AZ on Nov. 2007
This is an excellent recipe! Thank you for sharing it!
With A Bit of Tweaking, My Craving Was Satisfied!
by J. Julie
, SC on Sep. 2007
Instead of just 14 oz of raisins, which is about 3 cups; I used 1 cup of each of the following: raisins, butterscotch and chocolate chips. One cookie satisfied my craving!
by S. SHIRLEY
, ANCHORAGE, AK on May. 2007
This was an easy and good oatmeal cookie to make. I doubled the recipe (as usual) and found I had to add about 1/2 cup more flour to make the cookies less gooey. I also added some toffee bits I had. That turned out great also.
by S. Shari
, Appleton, WI on May. 2007
My neighbor introduced me to this recipe about 13 years ago. I never liked raisins in my oatmeal cookies, but I was willing to try it with the raisinets and loved them. I haven't made them for awhile, but my husband requested them again. I reminded him that he threw away the recipe when cleaning out my spice bin. But thank goodness for the Toll House Website I found it and they are just as Delicious as the first time I tried them. I also found some new recipes that I am going to try. Thank you for the wonderful website.
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