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Yes, these cookies are really good, however, I have revised mine a bit so my family will get some nutrition as well as it being yummy, these seem to add more flavor:
I add cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, bran, raisins, organic choco chips, and raw crushed almonds.
(I just guess at the additions and they always turn out well)
Excellent cookies! I found my recipe in the Best of Bridge series. Can't go wrong with this one
Crispy and delish! Nex time I might add about 1/2 cup more oatmeal. Oh, by the way, I chilled the dough overnight. made for I reviewed tag game.
I trust Gerry 999's tastebuds, so I had to give these a whirl. For a recipe having few ingredients, these sure were good. Like LifeIsGood, mine flattened and spread too, but they still maintained a very good cookie shape. I agree with Gerry--you certainly can't eat just one. I used two bowls just to make sure all dry ingredients were well mixed--yielded 32 cookies. Thanks, Az G!
YES! Needed a special treat for after school last week - made for high fives all around. So easy to make. These cookies for me were definetley 'you just can't eat one' kind of cookie. They baked up into well shaped cookies tasting as good as they looked. That Mona's Mother's best friend sure knew what makes for a great cookies! Made for AUZ/NZ Swap.
My husband cannot stop eating these cookies. They are buttery, crispy and coconut-flavored. A delicious cookie recipe. Mine did seem to flatten and spread too much, I'm not sure why. It did not affect the flavor one bit, though! Thank you!
These deserve more than 5 stars. They are so buttery, with just a hint of coconut. A little bit chewy, and a wonderful crackle as you bit into it, makes this a *perfect* cookie. I received these from Az G, my partner in the 2008 Holiday Cookie Swap.