White Chocolate-Oatmeal-Raisin Cookies

  • Sungold Posted: 12/14/08
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    I haven't made them yet, but in the picture they seem to have been dipped in white chocolate rather than having the chocolate mixed into the dough. Otherwise, you could just use white chocolate chips. They do sound yummy, and I'm going to experiment with melting the white chocolate & dipping the baked cookies into it.

  • kitchenqueen714 Posted: 12/16/08
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    These are delicious. I didn't dip them in white chocolate. I just used white chocolate chips in the dough. They white chocolate and cinnamon and orange are lovely together!

  • bardahl850 Posted: 12/30/08
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    The cookies smelled and tasted great....but my cookies didn't look like the nice mounds in the picture. They came out flat. I drizzled the white chocolate over the cookies instead of dipping them.

  • Ferrau Posted: 12/09/09
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    My cookies also did not look like the picture. Very flat, was not too happy about that. I wish I knew what went wrong. They were tasty.

  • vrodnumber1 Posted: 11/30/09
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    These were good cookies. I did not stray from the recipe. I put in 2 cups of white chocolate chips and it was really almost too many. All in all a good cookie.

  • gcapen Posted: 12/07/10
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    Delicious blend of sweet with the tartness of cranberries.

  • sillybluestarr Posted: 11/18/11
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    Very good cookies! I didn't have orange extract so I used 2 tsp of orange zest instead (and they were not too "orange-y"). The only thing I would change is to use 1-2 ounces less white chocolate. Side note: Like another commenter said, my cookies also came out more flat than in the picture.

  • Donnahoffman Posted: 11/14/11
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    Awesome cookie!!

  • Dianethecook Posted: 11/15/11
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    One of the best cookies I have ever made. These will be added to my Holiday gift giving list. Try them and you will see what I mean.

  • PattyLynn Posted: 11/24/12
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    These are my family's new favorite cookies! I made some changes….used a cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and a combination of golden raisins, regular raisins and dried cranberries (totaling 1/2 c.). I also made them smaller…made them a heaping teaspoon instead of tablespoon and adjusted the baking time accordingly. I also used half white flour and half whole wheat flower.

  • Mount06Effort Posted: 12/20/13
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    Cookies were very tasty, however, tended to brown way to fast at the suggested oven temperature.

  • disanders Posted: 04/10/13
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    These are the best cookies i have ever made. Totally addictive and delicius.!

  • beachformysoul Posted: 11/10/13
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    I am not a big fan of white chocolate so instead of that and the raisins, I use lots of orange infused dried cranberries (Trader Joes) and sometimes use regular semi sweet chocolate chips. When I bake cookies I always check to be sure the baking soda and baking powder are fresh and then always get nice puffed cookies - if they are supposed to be that way! An outstanding recipe - always in the Christmas gift boxes.

  • CharleneEbey Posted: 12/08/13
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    These cookies are yummy! I used gluten free flour and replaced the raisins with dried cherrys. I used dark chocolate chunks too. A really good cookie! Allow a lot of room as the cookies really spread

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