"These are a sure favorite the whole family will love. They are easy to prepare and stay fresh longer then other cookies." — cakegirl
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1 1/2 cups
I agree with the title of this recipe, they turned out great! I only changed one thing, I used half granulated white sugar, and half brown sugar...I also used a ice cream cookie scoop to form nice big, bakery style cookies!
Pretty good but a more cakey texture than we like. They also tend to squish and stick together when put in cookie jar.
Smooth texture and a cloying mouthfeel, the flour seemed to bury the flavor and texture of the oatmeal and raisins. With a singular spice, the flavor was very monothematic. I thought they definitely needed more flavor complexity and less flour.
This recipe is very easy and quick.
I made these again and made some modifications that will make these the best best . . 1/2 cup more raisins, more cinnamon and a tsp vanilla . . i usually measure with my palm . . .so try it . . .that is a good cookie!
Bland. Tastes more of flour than oatmeal or raisins.
I liked this recipe however, with the sugar I did half brown sugar and half reg. sugar. I also used 1 cup of raisins and soaked them in 1cup water and 1tsp vanilla while i was mixing all ingredients. I also added more cinnamon. When putting them on the baking sheet I rolled a ball of dough in my hand than flatten it in my hand to make larger cookies.(kinda the size of subway cookies)
These were tasty cookies but mine came out more as cookie-cakey-scones. Not a bad thing - but not quite what i was expecting. Likely due to 'operator error' on my part. But my British friends loved them! :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 80
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