Lacy Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies

Total Time
Prep 30 mins
Cook 8 mins

Another recipe from 500 Cookies, Bars & Squares

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. Line cookie sheet with buttered foil.
  3. Mix flour and oats together in a medium bowl.
  4. In a large bowl, mix together butter, sugar and corn syrup.
  5. Add milk to the butter mixture and mix well.
  6. Stir in the flour mixture and mix well.
  7. Drop batter by level teaspoonfuls 3 inches apart onto prepared cookie sheet.
  8. Press each cookie slightly with the back of a fork or spoon.
  9. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until cookies have spread and are browned around the edges.
  10. Immediately transfer the foil and cookies to a wire rack.
  11. Peel cookies off foil after they've cooled.
  12. Now spread a thin layer of semi-sweet chocolate on the bottom of 1/4 of the cookies and white chocolate on 1/4 of the cookies.
  13. Top each with the bottom side of the remaining cookies.


Most Helpful

What a great looking little cookie that would be a fabulous addition to any holiday tray. A step up from your normal oatmeal cookie w/the added addition of choco-chips. I think butterscotch chips would also be a great idea. I did use 1/2 the amount of chips recommended, and still had plenty left.
Thanks for a great cookie that will be repeated again Dorit~
Made for KK's recipetag~

CoffeeB May 05, 2011

These are wonderful and easy and just might be on my list of favorite cookies of all time. I dropped my batter maybe a little larger than teaspoonfulls and put 6 cookies on a tray at a time. I only had one double broiler so I was going to do semi-sweet and then white chocolate but it turned out that I had more than enough semi-sweet with just the 1 cup of chips that I didn't need to melt the white chocolate. Next time I will have to use less so that I can try both! I got 17 sandwich cookies.

invictus December 05, 2009

Not going to give stars, because I haven't actually made your recipe. However, I do make Lace Cookies all the time - a favorite of my daughter. I never thought to make them into a sandwich cookie. What a clever idea. Might be fun to melt some Andes mint candies and use that for the filling too. Thanks for inspiring me to take Lace Cookies up a notch.

charlie #5 January 06, 2009

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