These have a great texture and the perfect flavor. I made 22 cookies and baked for 11-12 minutes. These would be perfect to make and give away for the holidays!
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Cansas Posted: 10/10/10
chef1greg Posted: 05/31/10
I made these cookies and I thought they turned out all right. I probably won't make them again. My daughter Kelly loved them and thought they were the best cookies ever.
Princess222 Posted: 11/09/09
Very good cookie recipe and very easy. I omitted the raisins and added chocolate chips instead. Hubby loved them. Next time I'll bake them a couple minutes longer as 10 minutes left the cookies a bit too soft and delicate.
shirly Posted: 01/11/11
I followed this recipe exactly... the cookies were very flour-y not traditional oatmeal cookies at all.. I made these just for fun and several people said they weren't good... when compared to other recipes this one was missing so many key ingredients. Just a bad recipe I wouldn't recommend at all.
acureese Posted: 02/26/10
AWESOME! Looove them! :) I used Smart Balance butter, skim milk instead of whole milk, nutmeg instead of cloves, and for the flour I followed one of the recommendations on the reviews and sub-ed in a half cup of oatmeal (great texture!). I cooked them for 10-12 mins, a little longer to make them a little more crispy. Would definitely make these again, maybe even adding chocolate chips! :)
cu1inaryadvntre Posted: 03/25/11
I was disappointed. I am going back to the quaker oats recipe that always gets rave reviews.
VanCityBookGirl Posted: 10/01/11
These look very interesting! I can't wait to try them Here check out this healthy cookie recipe: http://vancitybookgirl.blogspot.com/2011/07/delicious-healthy-cookies.html