These delicious favorite Choc-Oat-Chip Cookies are perfect for dessert or a snack. Filled with tasty oats and chocolate!
Cookie craving solved ! So yummy
by L. LYS
, Arvada, CO on May. 2010
Needed something to whip up fast for a craving and boy did these cookies deliver. So easy to make and called for simple ingredients one always has on hand. Used the 9 -10 min baking time as suggested for chewy texture and it was perfect. It seems exactly 9 mins was just under for the middles and 10 mins was just a bit too brown for the edges so I did 9.5 mins and lowered my oven 5 degrees b/c it runs hot. Some of the edges were still browner than I liked, so just took them out at 9 mins and let the internal heat finish the middles. I probably made them a bit bigger than the suggested 1 T size. The first 4 sheets I did with no nuts added and the cookies spread very wide (compared to the picture) and were a bit thin, but so awesome. Think ice cream topping or just fine as they are off the cooling rack. Warm or cool the cookies stay chewy. For the rest of the batch I added 1/3 cup of nuts and it held the cookie together a little better. This recipe is a keeper !
A Definite Favourite
by J. Jesse
, Reading, PA on May. 2010
I have been making these cookies for a while now, and they are always raved about! Family, neighbors, friends, whoever, all love them and ask for the recipe. The last time I baked them I ran out of vanilla extract, though, so I substituted vanilla vodka. They are still delicious!
by S. Sarah
, , on Apr. 2010
Will definitely make again. I added pecans and they were great with the chocolate and oats.
by S. Susie
, Tacoma, WA on Mar. 2010
My husband said these are his absolute favorite cookie! Even the kids like them. They love the chocolate chips. I love the healthy oats!
by E. Elizabeth
, , on Feb. 2010
These cookies are so yummy! They are so easy to make.
by J. Jen
, , Frozen in MI on Jan. 2010
by P. Patsy
, Reading, PA on Jan. 2010
I made these for the holidays. They're addictive. I added raisins (soaked in hot water so they plumped) and used semi-sweet morsels. They were so delicious and seemingly healthy. Guests ate them all up!
by C. Celia
, Powder Springs, GA on Jan. 2010
These cookies were amazing! They're quick, easy, fun, and make plenty of cookies. I noticed that if you refrigerate the dough and then bake, they're much easier to form and taste even better.
by C. CAROLE
, , on Jan. 2010
My grandchildren love this recipe and it is now one of my favorites...
by C. Chelsey
, , on Dec. 2009
i add white chocolate chips to this recipe, along with the semi-sweet
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The reviews are in! This five-star recipe makes an unforgettably delectable holiday gift – one family, friends, and coworkers won't soon forget. And with easy variations, you can make milk chocolate, butterscotch, or peanutty chocolate fudge.
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