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Delicious cookie! Making the recipe as is makes a lot of dough. It was almost too much for my professional kitchen aid! I used Valentine colored M&M's w/ Chocolate chips and left out the Hershey bar since I had no clue what to do with it since it wasn't in the ingredients and the directions weren't very clear. Will definitely make again, but perhaps half at a time!

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cmr1120 February 14, 2012

These were delicious! First of all, I'm Vegan so I had to substitute a lot of ingredients. First the butter, I used Earth Balance (vegan margarine), then Ener-G (egg replacer), Turbinado (sugar crystals non-alkali), and dairy free choco-chips. Phew! I baked 3 large cookies first and they came out soft and chewy. Then I baked 10 small cookies. Depending on the size, you either leave them in for the time posted or shorter. I ended up cooking all 10 for too long so they were hard. We ate them anyway because all you gotta do is nuke them in the microwave and they'll get a tad softer. Again, great recipe!

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The Veganista August 10, 2009

This was reallly good but they spread a lot because we didnt't put the cookies far enough on the pan and are pan was to small. But the cookies were delicious!

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Jessie_loves_desserts July 23, 2009

BIG hit with the kiddos. My kids and even nieces and nephews who are not used to my sneaky chef baking gobbled them up! I used almost 1/2 whole wheat flour with some oat bran too. I used m&m's and no nuts. Glad I saw the recipe.

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minneapplegirl April 19, 2009

My husband and kids really liked these. I used M&M's and mini chocolate chips, and added some oat bran and ground flax. I halved the recipe and still got nearly 4 dozen cookies.

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JPerez March 14, 2009

Wow, these really are so good. I changed the serving size to 30; used 1 cu. bread flour and 1cu. all-purp. flour, added choc. chips AND M&M's and I'm amazed how yummie they are. What a great idea to grind the oats down to a flour-like powder. My son doesn't know they are GOOD for him. I'll use that technique again. You GOTTA try these cookies.

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Jitterbug Mama February 03, 2009

I have 5 kids and we are always looking for a great new recipe. These are the best! They are my husbands new favorite cookie and my kids can't get enough. Thanks so much

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charliebrowniest January 10, 2009

These cookies are delicious. Instead of 24 oz. choc chips, we used 16 oz of red and green M&M's and 8 oz choc chips. We got 9 dozen cookies out of the batch. Baked them for 10 minutes and that was perfect. They were the first to sell at the bake sale!

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debrab December 08, 2008
Chocolate Chip or M & M Oatmeal Cookies