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I like the fact that it only has 1/2 cup butter compared to other recipes that call for one cup of butter. I used butterscoth chips in it instead of walnuts only because I didn't have any walnuts. Very goooood.
I really like the texture of these cookies... light and crispy and not doughy. They taste wonderful too. I used orange flavored cranberry from Trader Joes. My family loves them. Also, In my oven, 11 minutes yield crunchy cookies and 10 minutes yield soft cookies. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
My cookies came out soooo thin and flat. The flavor is good, though. After the first sheet came out I tried my luck with a different type of cookie sheet. Then added flour and more oatmeal and a THIRD type of cookie sheet. They all came out flat flat flat. Don't know what else to do! Think I'll try a different recipe next time.
They tasted amazing. My first batch all the cookies came out flat as paper. I don't know what happened but the second batch I popped in had nice shape to them. Great recipe.
These cookies were excellent! I added a few sprinkles to make them into Christmas cookies.
These cookies turned out flat and not nicely shaped like those in the photo. Taste was okay, and they were chewy until they cooled and got hard. Any suggestions??
Turned out excellent. I doubled the recipe and dropped by spoonful instead of rolling balls. Also added some chocolate chips to half. I've already eaten two and only the first batch is finished.
Great Cookies! This is the second time I've made them this week. Great flavor and texture and really very easy to throw together and bake. Almost a no fail. I think I'm going to have to start doubling the batch.
Mm, yes, very good cookie. I did not have walnuts, instead I used a little more (1cup) craisins. Used parchment paper on the cookie sheet and they did not stick at all. Could not wait so I tried one cookie immediately out of the oven, it crumbled, but once cooled they are crisp and firm. The dough is a little too sticky to handle when trying to roll into balls. Next time I'll use teaspoons to drop them instead of rolling. Thanks for posting.
I just made these with my grandson--delicious! Really enjoyed these.