These are a major hit in our family since the first time my daughter made them. We have substituted Splenda sugar and brown sugar which has brought the calories and sugar content down considerably and everyone thinks they taste so much better with the substitutes.
I made these one day on a whim, even subing gluten free flour they turned out womderfully! So good that when I shared them at work everyone asked about how to make them!
I remember that cookie-gate occurred over these so I knew they must be good!! They are nice and chewy and sweet. I baked mine for 12 minutes instead of 10 and there was no browning or burning so they are pretty reliable cookies to make. They have a lot of oatmeal in them so if you don't let them rest for a couple minutes on the hot cookie sheet after you take them out of the oven, they will fall apart. After that, you are good to go! The flavor and texture is great in these cookies, thanks for posting!!!
AWESOME! Will make again and again! Soft and gooey and delicious! My 2 year old loves them too!
Absolutely Awesome Cookies. Soft,gooey and good.
Just coming out of the oven now! I really like this recipe - it's exactly what I was looking for... a chewy and crisp oatmeal cookie with the sweetness of the butterscoth chips. Yum. These won't last long!
Well, whoever's recipe they are, they sure are good! If you love butterscotch and oatmeal, you should love these. They are easy to make and the result is a chewy cookie on the inside and crispy on the outside. I got 5 dozen cookies and they baked just right at 10 minutes per batch. Made the Election Eats Tag Game in the October Fall Bounty Forum.