This was an interesting combination and tasty (I left out the walnuts and raisins). The cookies turned out a little too flat for me; next time I will just soften the butter instead of completely melting it. FYI, 1 pint of strawberries yields about 2 cups. I found that the cookies baked best when the strawberries were on the top and not touching the cookie sheet. Next time I won't mix them in and will just press them into the top of the cookies.
I used whole wheat (Golden 86) and ground it into flour. Also, didn't have fresh strawberries. Sure they would have been divine. Instead, added a couple handfuls of freeze-dried strawberries. The batter seemed a bit soupy to me, so I added a few spoonfuls more of flour.
These were really yummy. Thanks so much.
I made these cookies as soon as I read the recipe. Outstanding cookies!! I was looking for something to make with a box of strawberries that I needed to use up, and this recipe caught my eye. I followed the recipe as is with the exception of cutting the strawberries into smaller chunks. The only thing that I wasn't expecting is how much the cookies spread out. Definitely space out the cookies. I can see now why several reviewers chose to make them in a 9x13 and cut into bars. I will do that the next time I make this recipe. Thanks for a great way to use up strawberries, and a great oatmeal cookie base I plan to use with different kinds of fruit and chips in the future.
Amazing! I've never had strawberries in cookies and just had to try this recipe out. The only change I made was to omit the walnuts, I'm not a huge fan of those. I shared these with several others and received many compliments. The only suggestion I have is to add more berries. One strawberry per cookie is not enough.
i couldn't stop eating these! I used white choc, dried currents (instead of raisins), and a bit more strawberry. I did it in a 9x13 pan (somewhat thick) for 30 min or more (can't remember). Warm from the oven it would have been good with some ice cream, but the next day, they were even better! EVERYONE liked these! I may try again this fall with apples and carmel bits.
Yum! I halved the recipe and accidentally used a little too much brown sugar! I used white chips since I had those on hand (and I think they worked well). Very tasty cookies! Easy to make and I do recommend! Mine fell apart pretty easily, but they tasted good!
Fantastic! I baked mine in a 9x13 pan so I had bars rather than cookies. I also used 2 cups of strawberries and sliced them in quarters instead of in half. Wonderful flavor and perfectly chewy. Thanks for the recipe Kittencal!
Way too sweet and so so sticky!Not for my taste buds at all. I was trying to make a strawberry shortcake cookie. I couldn't wait to try these out of the oven but, I don't know what went wrong- it was a disaster!
Excellent cookie. My only complaint was that my dough was very sticky - in fact I was wondering if I added the correct amount of flour. But, when I tasted them, they were perfect. I made half the batch with chocolate chips and half with white chips. Both were good, but we preferred the white chips. I used quick oats as that is all that I had. I must have made mine smaller as I got 48 cookies and baked them 15 minutes. Thanks Kitten for another great recipe.
Oh My!!! These cookies were soooo delicious! I used white chocolate instead or regular chocolate and they turned out yummy!