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Easy and yummy. I too baked these at 350 degrees and they were perfect at 12 minutes. I made these yesterday with my granddaughter to bring to a pig roast today. We had a hard time saving enough to bring with us.

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klg22b May 26, 2013

Excellent cookie. Easy to make. I had to lower the oven temperature to 350 degrees so that the bottom of the cookies did not brown too quickly.

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Marie Nixon February 18, 2012

These cookies are amazing! I made them for a bridal shower and they were gone in 10 minutes! They have a slightly crumbly texture and they go perfect with tea or coffee, they're almost like a mini scone. Definitely a keeper. Thanks!

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kellyp624 February 16, 2011

Love these cookies! I tweaked them to get them down to 1 WW point each: used light margarine, egg substitute and 1/3 c white chocolate chips instead of 2/3 c (and it was plenty). And, my yield was 55 small 1 point cookies. Yum!

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Amy020 January 13, 2010

A great looking cookie. These are easy to make and very flavorful. I dropped rounded tablespoonfuls and placed them about one inch apart on an insulated cookie sheet. They took 11 minutes to bake. Loved that they held their shape when transferred to the wire rack. Total yield was 55 cookies. Thanks for sharing.

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Kat's Mom December 23, 2009

Love these cookies! Not too sweet. Made them for my Christmas Baskets, and looked beautiful! Will be making again!!

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KsuKitty December 16, 2009

I made these last week from the recipe off the package of Craisins. They were very good. I don't like raisins so it was a nice change to have an oatmeal cookie that didn't have raisins in them.

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Little Suzy Homemaker November 12, 2007

Yum! I can understand how your DS won a blue ribbon with these cookies! Love the craisin white chocolate combo with a little crunch from the oatmeal. Thanks for sharing. Nick's Mom

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Brenda. July 04, 2007

Great cookies! I loved how these turned out - excellent texture! I wasn't able to find dried cranberries at my store, so I substituted a mixture of dried cherries and blueberries. It was great! The yield was a bit smaller for me as I made my cookies super big (and ate a little of the dough, oops!). I got approximately 12 large cookies from this recipe so I will make sure to double it next time if I plan to feed many. Thanks for posting, I really enjoyed these.

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Shannon Cooks June 02, 2007

I made these last night. They will be a nice addition to this years cookie tray. They were made with Splenda brown sugar blend and worked well. The only other change I made was to add 1 teaspoon dried orange peel to the batter. Thanks for taking the time to post this recipe.

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PaulaG December 14, 2006
Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Chunk Cookies