15 Reviews

WOW! These cookies are amazing! Can't believe how easily I made them. I halved the recipe and since I didn't have chocolate chips in the house I had to manage with just the candy bar. No nuts either.. yet it was delicious! Will definitely make it again. I have made cookies using oats in the past but this is the first recipe that asks that the oats be powdered. I liked it a lot better. I baked for about 15 mins .. as we like more crunch on the edges.. Perfect texture. Thanks for posting this super cookie recipe.

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Cathy-O February 10, 2013

yum, just what i was looking for. I'm all for ground oats! Thaaanks.

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laurenlikesfood October 04, 2009

These cookies were fantastic! I did change one thing to suit my families taste more, I used 1 1/2 cups brown sugar and 3/4 cup sugar. My goodness do these puff! Small scoop recommended. Great cookie, thanks for sharing! Can't wait to use recipe again!

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Momma21 June 29, 2009

These are SO good!! I easily halved the batch and had to bake mine 12 minutes before they were done. Great recipe, thanks for sharing :)

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Breezytoo April 13, 2009

great cookies. mine didn't turn out particulary pretty, but they taste very good and are a nice consistency. will make again.

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jkranzow April 06, 2009

Great cookies, however, they did not cook in 8 minutes for me - i had them in for at least 15 min before they were cooked through. Otherwise great recipe - thanks for posting!

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lana.crowe April 01, 2009

Wow! I was looking for an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe where the oats were blended. I came across this one and baked up a batch yesterday. I used margarine instead of butter, semi-sweet chocolate instead of milk chocolate, and no nuts. My family can't stop eating them!! I believe the time has come to retire the old Nestle's tried-and-true version and switch to this. Simply delicious!

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LynMarie March 09, 2009

Great exactly as written! Just for fun, I sometimes vary the ingredients anyway - for my caffeine fix, I add 2 Tbs instant coffee. And/or 1 tsp of peppermint extract gives it a nice chocolate mint taste. I love dark chocolate, so if I don't have the candy bars for the recipe, I substitute a tablespoon of Dutch-Processed Cocoa Powder. (No need to adjust baking powder with this) Thanks again for sharing this great recipe!

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Genie In A Bottle January 31, 2009

Great Cookies and Milk Recipe. Don't forget to Melt the Chocolate-Bar!

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ddpmkrupa January 01, 2009

awsome cookies. I overcooked the first batch because they looked raw at 8 minutes, but stick to 8 minutes and just use a thin utensil to transfer to cooling rack. Took me a few smushed cookies to get it right, but worth it!!! Did one batch with hazelnut chocolate melted into dough and walnuts, and one with just hershey chocolate (no nuts). Hubby loved hazelnut, son loved chocolate.

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Batman's Chef December 17, 2008
Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies (Millionaire Cookies)