Recipe by Brittany
"Nothing is better than fresh, hand-picked strawberries. It seems like you always pick too many though! Make these wonderful cookies with your extra berries."
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finely chopped fresh strawberries
1 1/2 cups
regular rolled oats
packed brown sugar
Yum - what a fun summer cookie! I baked these on wax paper-covered cookie sheets to prevent sticking and to make for an easy cleanup. I had to make a few changes to get these just right, and they turned out delicious. I had to add about 1/4 cup of additional flour because the dough was rather runny. I also mixed in 1 cup of chocolate chips (who doesn't like chocolate-covered strawberries?!). I would also recommend refrigerating the dough for a bit to make for a fluffier, nicer-looking cookie. Very good, and I will be making these again soon. Thanks, Brittany!
I thought it would be fun and tasty to make cookies with fresh strawberries. Took them to a BBQ at the bosses house. Wow, how embarrassing. I'm known amongst friends for being good at baking. I should not have brought these mushy cookies, the strawberries themselves tasted good, but the rest of the cookie was such an unpleasant texture. Very, very disappointing.
I used 2 cups flour, 1 tsp baking powder, light brown sugar, 1 cup mini chocolate chips and just a little over 1 cup oats. I also put all the cut strawberries on paper towels to absorb some of the moisture out - used all other ingredients as mentioned. It was not runny at all. I added some pearl sugar on top and baked 8 - 10 minutes - AND SCRUMPCIOUS!
I took one of the advice posted and added more flour and rolled oats. It came out great! I also only used whole-wheat flour and brown sugar. I made them pretty big and they didn't spread out so I had to cook them extra long. I baked them for 20 mins and they came out great.
Healthy and yummy!
It was pretty good, but the listed cooking time was too low and my beutiful work turned into floppy cookies! Add a couple more minutes and they will be PERFECT!
these turned out pretty good, i didn't have as many strawberries as i thought i did so i used blueberries. i don't recommend adding more flour to it, they turned out fine with the amount listed
I did not care for this recipe at all. I should have read the other reviews before making it. Recipe came out soupy and I baked them anyway and they came out flat. Added more flour, baking soda, cinnamon and oats.
This was a great use of extra fresh strawberries! I have a customer at work who brings me baskets of strawberries from her farm almost weekly, and wanted to make something I could bring in for my coworkers. I loved how they turned out! I read in a bunch of other reviews to add up to 1 cup extra four, so I rounded up to 2 cups total and figured I would add more at the end if needed, and I'm so glad I didn't do a whole cup extra! It was so thick I called my husband in to help me mix it after I added the berries. The lid to my cinnamon container came off, so I got a little more than 1tsp, but I liked it anyways, because you could really taste the cinnamon. They turned out amazing, and the fresh berry taste was GREAT!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fresh Strawberry-Oatmeal Cookies
Serving Size: 1/40 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 40
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 24
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