Recipe by Ceil Wallace
"A great variation on oatmeal cookies!"
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2 1/3 cups
sifted all-purpose flour
packed light brown sugar
The oats took longer to toast than 5 minutes; I kept toasting them until they were separated like a grain and not a lumpy mix. It was a bit unclear from the recipe what the oats were to look like. However, I figured it out and they turned out great! I have tried a number of oatmeal cookie recipies and this one is the best by far. I don't even time them, just watch them and about 30 seconds after they have fallen they're done. Chewyish with crispy edges. These are really easy too...I'm a novice at this. I brought them in to my department and they were gone in no time. Try this one!
I was out of butter and baking powder, so I substituted E.V. Olive Oil and tripled with baking soda.
Cooked in gas oven 350 10min,
I made these for my son who is under the weather, and he liked them.
Soooooo good! I used Quaker old fashioned oatmeal and followed the recipe exactly. My only complaint is that it didn't make enough! I will be making these cookies again and doubling the recipe. Delicious!
I was looking for a cookie with very little flour since I'm wheat sensitive. I substituted oat flour and these turned out great! Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly, cooking them a minute or two longer. They came out crunchier and tasted like the BEST granola bar I'd ever eaten! Yay! Now I have something for breakfast that's wheat-free and yummy. Thanks!
This recipe is great! I used a different method to toast the oats though...even though that may take something from the recipe...I toasted my oats in a jellyroll pan at 350 for 20 minutes stirring once half way through, and then incorporated the butter into the recipe instead of using it to brown the oats. I can't stop eating the dough before they even go into the oven! Delicious!
awesome recipe! i added mini chocolate chips to half of the dough and they tasted great! Must make them again! Be careful baking these cookies though, they burn quite easily at the bottom, mine took about 8 minutes per batch.
I really liked these a lot, although my husband complained that they weren't "doughy" enough for him. He still managed to eat plenty. I would have given this 4.5 stars!
These cookies are terrible...because I can't stop eating them! Not too sweet with a big crunch. A great snacking biscuit!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Toasted Oats Cookies
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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