Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

These delights are soft and chewy.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. MIx together all ingredients and spread on cookie sheet.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes.
  3. Let cool.


Most Helpful

I have just made this recipe,I think it is lovely.Healthy and not too sweet.I changed the corn syrup for maple syrup and added some raisins.They will be a great 'on the go breakfast'.

greyhound girl February 15, 2007

I don't quite know how to rate these. If you're looking for a "regular" oatmeal cookie, this isn't your recipe. But, if you want something a little more healthful, this has a lot of potential. They are not very sweet and have a cakey texture. I decided as long as I was going for something with a little more nutrition, I'd make a few changes to bump it up a bit. Used whole grain flour instead of white, maple syrup instead of corn syrup, ground flax egg substitute, and added walnuts. The resulting cookies tasted fine and my family liked that they have no fat and have some nutritional value. I would make them again, but add more cinnamon, plus some nutmeg and cloves. This could be a good breakfast cookie with the addition of raisins or dried blueberries. For a "health" cookie they get 4 stars, for a "regular" cookie, um, maybe 1 or 2 stars. If you want fattening, go elsewhere.

kokeshi doll January 17, 2007

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