I was looking for a chewy oatmeal rasin cookie recipe but with an average of 5 stars I thought I'd give this recipe a try.
The first thing I did was half the recipe.
First substitution I made was 1 Tbsp. of butter pecan ice cream instead of the milk, because there was none in the house.
Second substitution I made was a cup and a half of a mix of dried cranberries, rasins, and prunes, which I had soaked overnight in some spare pineapple juice I had from a container of fresh pineapple.
I did add the alloted amount of nuts but used pecans instead of walnuts.
I also used the salt and left out the coconut because I'm allergic to coconut.
Also, since halved the recipe and the cookies don't spread much, I made flat discs, 2 dozen to a 9X11 pan and cooked them for 7-9 minutes keeping an eye on them past the 7 minute mark.
They came out small delicious and chewy. I'm the type of person who likes to "play" with recipes, and I'm sure the original version is perfectly good but I wanted to keep a reminder to myself or others what I did while it was still fresh in my mind.
Thank you Woody Broadhurst for sharing this lovely recipe :-)
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I was looking for a chewy oatmeal rasin cookie recipe but with an average of 5 stars I thought...