I've been making these cookies for 15 years. The ground oatmeal gives them texture, without turning them into oatmeal cookies. They satisfy the urge for both chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies.They're good with just chocolate chips, too.
Oh wow...these are gooood cookies! This recipe was in the Taste of Home Cookies Magazine and was submitted by Sue Call of Indiana. It's a delicious melt in your mouth sugar and buttery flavored cookie! Prep time does not include time to chill the dough!
I combined and modified two recipes to create this one. I took them to work and everyone commented "These are the best cookies I have ever tasted!" What makes them different is the melted white chocolate in the batter. They are out of this world! Please let me know what you think.
Rich nutty, chocolatey, chewy cookies that resemble reindeer hooves. You may use regular sweetened condensed milk if you like, but they won't be as dark and chocolatey. Cooking time is per batch in the oven at a time. NOTE: if you are unable to find the chocolate version of sweetened condensed milk, try this recipe Recipe #133861
I got this recipe from the 30-day gourmet newsletter. I've already tried it and thought it was a great tasting cookie. They recommend real butter in this recipe but stated that half margarine and half butter flavored Crisco was an acceptable substitute. Macadamia nuts are expensive so I may try to substitute with another nut like English walnuts the next time I make this.