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I love oatmeal cookies! I just made these cookies and literally ran to the computer to tell everyone how good they are! Moist and chewy, and delicious! The only problem with them is that they make so many and I can't stop eating them!!!
DELICIOUS sugary outside, with chewy moist insides! I microwaved the raisins in 6TBLSP Scotch whisky for 2 minutes, and let the mixture cool to room temperature. Due to emergency circumstances, I chilled the dough overnight, used small cookie scoop to make dough balls; rolled balls in organic raw Turbinado sugar and did not flatten. Cookies baked exactly 10 minutes. Because this recipe made a LOT of cookies, I will use some to make whoopie pies stuck together with Very Lemony Frosting ~
I tried the recipe yesterday. The Cookies are awesome, even without Wiskey. I used the quick-cooking kind of oats. But you have to be careful not to eat too many, because they are so rich.
Excellent cookies...so good! My new favorite oatmeal cookie...Thanks!
Wonderful cookies! I love oatmeal cookies, too, and these are excellent. I made them gluten free using gluten free cake and cookie flour and gluten free oats. The raisins I soaked in Bourbon because that's what I had, and it was perfect :D To make them more diabetic friendly, I used erythritol in place of the granulated sugar and reduced the brown sugar, and they still are sweet enough even for DH who loves his sugar. I agree, you really can't stop eating them LOL Thanks for sharing this splendid recipe!
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