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Nice cookie that I made for my Christmas Trays. Mine baked in 10 1/2 minutes. I just felt like something was missing so I added white chocolate chips to half of the batch. With the white chips added these cookies are a 5. I wished I had added to the first half. I would like to try with chocolate chips too. Thanks for the recipe P4.

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happynana December 18, 2008

I made these cookies for a Christmas Party and so many ppl have requested the recipe. I made a few alterations though. I used Whole Wheat flour instead of white. I used 1 C butter, 1 egg, no honey, toasted my pecans first, added ground clove, ground ginger, and ground nutmeg. This is in addition to this recipe. Also, for the grand finale...I melted white choc chips, and once the cookies were cooled on a rack, I used a piping bag then drizzled the chocolate on top of the cookies with swirls. These are a definite hit whereever you take them!! Guaranteed!!!!!!!!!

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simplysylsvoice December 16, 2008

omigosh, i am so sorry for not having rated this! i made these a bazillion times last year when i found this recipe and they are just AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you've got nothing to lose with these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so many ppl have asked for the recipe too :) my mouth waters when i think about these hehe i should probably make some soon!

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Wish my name is Sheridan December 09, 2008

This is THE BEST COOKIE EVER!!!

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sdievendorf December 03, 2008

We'd had some chewy oatmeal-cranberry cookies in the past, and had never succeeded in successfully replicating them. When I found this recipe called for honey, it peaked my interest - and boy did I luck out. This is THE BEST oatmeal cookie recipe. I will never go back to anything else. One recommendation - do roll them into logs and cut them into cookie pieces - they turn out more even and well-sized for everyone. Thanks!

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Lady Danio October 26, 2008

These cookies were a hit at my house! 3 out of 4 kids loved them. 1 kid that hates cranberries and nuts is in love with these cookies. I did substitute walnuts for the pecans because i didn't want to make a store run.

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story1328 October 19, 2008

I am not sure if this is my fault or not but I can't get these cookies to stay very thick. When cooked they are nearly wafer thin. If anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreciate them. Other than that the cookies taste awesome. We used to buy frozen Otis Spunk... cookie dough but no more! Follow-up : I made these a second time being sure to follow the recipe exactly and the cookies were much thicker. Don't know what I did but it was not the recipe's fault!

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Mexi-Talian-BBQ August 16, 2008

this is a chewy oatmeal cookie recipe! took me forever to find one! thank you than you! i added raisins and choco chips instead of cranberries but i will try them next time! i also baked them on a stoneware..

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cindyo July 08, 2008

These are fantastic and versatile. I was looking for something to use up some of our oats (someone brought us a tub of oats as a housewarming gift....who does that?) I threw in some chocolate chips and some almonds. My boyfriend wouldn't let me take them to our friend's because then they would want to eat all of "his" cookies.

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Kittyhartman26 June 03, 2008
Chewy Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies