My husband loved these. I prefer a thinner cookie, but the flavor was good. It was a good way to use up leftover bags of chips. I used a mixture of butterscotch, white chips and semi-sweet. I used my 4 1/2 qt. Kitchenaid to mix them and had a hard time at the end because there was so much dough. Finished stirring by hand - took muscle!
Made these for a lunchbox treat and the kids loved them. Used about 1 1/4 cups regular craisins and omitted the nuts cause one son won't eat them. Very yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
I have made this cookie several times now and each time it turned out wonderful. The taste is awesome. I did not use cranberries but used cranrasins instead. I loved the texture. Really this was a good tasting and good looking cookie. I sole them at a bakegood sale for $2. each and sole out.
I love oatmeal cookies & am always ready to try a new recipe. I wasn't so sure about the combination of add ins in this recipe - butterscotch & craisins?? But they turned out great. DD & I just polished off a whole bunch of them warm from the oven. Thanks, Susie!
Yes, yes Susie, these are truly delicious! Wonderful chewy texture with a hint of cinnamon taste. I did however omit the dried cranberries and the butterscotch baking chips, and just used mini chocolate chips. This recipe makes a lot of cookies, so I took your advise and froze half of the dough. These are fantastic oatmeal cookies, I am always on the lookout for good cookie recipes, and this one happens to be on top of my list. Thanks for sharing Susie, I will be making this again!...Kitten:)