8 Reviews

These cookies were phenomenal, I only changed a few things instead of light brown sugar I used dark brown sugar and I only used a half of teaspoon of cinnamon. This recipe is a keeper for sure

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qtarleton February 19, 2013

Wonderful cookies! These so did not last long at my house! I only used 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon and used milk chocolate toffee bits. I love that these made a big batch and the dough was easy to work with. Thanks!

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bad kitty 1116 May 03, 2010

Yummy! I did add only half the cinnamon and I used dark brown sugar but otherwise I followed the recipe exactly. Thanks for the recipe.

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Smile1968 April 30, 2010

Better than I thought they would be! I didn't use toffee pieces, but they were still great!

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purplehyperbole March 22, 2009

Very tasty treat. I added a 1/2 tsp of ground clove for extra flavor. The dough was nice to work with once I got it thoroughly mixed (I did break a wooden spoon doing so!), and it was easy to roll into balls. I got about 6 dozen cookies and they were an instant hit. I'll be making another batch quite soon. Thanks.

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hydrosmith2000 December 24, 2007

Lovely cookie. Kids enjoyed them very much. Those toffee bits are popular! I used spelt flour which made them heavier. Other than that I kept to the recipe. We will be making these again.

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watson October 03, 2007

Very good cookie. I also used dark brown sugar as I was out of light brown sugar. I dropped by rounded teaspoon and got much more than 48 cookies. If you drop by rounded tablespoon you would get 48 cookies. I also added a 1/3 cup more coconut as we like coconut.

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LizCl March 14, 2006

This recipe is absolutely awesome. I was going to post, but searched first. The only change I made was to cut the cinnamon to @ 1/2 tsp, as I felt it was a little strong. I usually use dark brown sugar, and that just makes them richer. These were so well recieved you could have lost a hand reaching for one! The dough is quite stiff, so be sure to mix thoroughly.

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Barb Conley November 15, 2004
Coconut Toffee Oatmeal Cookies