Cinnamon and oatmeal put a savory side on classic chocolate chip cookies. Raisins make them even more hearty -- and delicious!
The best oatmeal cookie
by S. Sheri
, UT on Sep. 2009
I made my husband this cookie and sent it in his lunch box with some extra. So at lunch they have a lady that passes out store bought cookies. He said no thanks i have the real deal so he gave out some. Now everyday at work everyone wants to know if he has extra cookis! Everyone loved this cookie , especially my husband , oatmeals his favorite, now these are.
by r. rose
, scranton,pa on Sep. 2009
i think this is healthier than reg chocalate chip cookies
by C. Carol
, on Sep. 2009
My son who loves both Chocolate Chip Cookies and Oatmeal just loved these cookies.
by k. kelly
, garden grove, CA on Sep. 2009
This is a great recipe;it worked out very well for me.
by L. Lisa
, Ga on Sep. 2009
I am going to try this recipe. It looks awesome.
by J. Jennifer
, Somersworth, NH on Sep. 2009
These cookies were fantastic! It was the perfect way to sneak something healthy into a cookie. My son who says he doesn't like oatmeal never even knew it was in there. I will be making these all fall and winter in place of regular chocolate chip cookies.
by H. Heidi
, winamac, IN on Sep. 2009
We loved this one. I replaced the sugar with Splenda, but they still tasted great.
Milk Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies
by C. CAROL
, Iola, KS on Aug. 2009
Made these for a sick friend and family. They just loved them. Next time I want to roll them in balls and freeze them for later use.
by R. Ramona
, Barlow, KY on Aug. 2009
We loved these cookies. I added some chopped pecans to them for a little extra flavor. There's nothing like homemade cookies fresh from the oven - we always have to sample cookies from each batch cooked.
by P. Phyllis
, Mattapan, MA on Mar. 2009
These cookies were delicous. Melt in your mouth good. I had a brainstorm to add Chopped walnuts. My family loved them.
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