Actually made this into a cookie pizza. Delish! I'm excited to make them as regular cookies!
Awesome yummy recipe! Very easy to make and super tasty! You can hardly taste the oats which is a huge bonus for my 2 year old SUPER picky eater! Only thing I did wrong was use my electric mixer beater instead if the mixers! Whoops, that explains why it took so ling to "beat" :) A Thank you!! Will make again!
Im a cookie expert but an amature chef when it comes to anything sweet. This recips was no only super easy but super delicious. The cookie stayed thick and moist and remind me of a fresh subway cookie but better! I didn't follow the recipe to the T, I used raw sugar instead of brown and I smashed up two blocks of dark chocolate into chunks instead of using the milk chocolate chips. The result was the most perfect cookie in the world!
Definitely a new favorite for me! This is one I will be making many times again in the future. It's perfect as it is, no need for adjustments.
I absolutely LOVE this recipe! Everyone that has tried them loves them too. I have made this recipe quite a few times and the cookies always turn out very chewy. Thank you so much for sharing!
These turned out fantastic. I followed the recipe almost exactly, but replaced a 1/4 tsp vanilla with almond extract, cut the granulated sugar by about 1/4 cup and added a few extra chocolate chips. The dough was still a bit sticky for me, so I did have to add a several tablespoons of flour as suggested. The result were perfectly crispy and perfectly chewy cookies, just what this 9 months pregnant mama was craving. Thanks!
Wonderful recipe! ( I added more vanilla and some cinnamon and they turned out as gooey as promised!)
MAKE SURE to cook for 12 min!! (overcooking these cookies would be a mistake)
This was an excellent recipe and I was very pleased. They were soft, even the next day which I've always found a difficult thing to achieve, but this recipe did it! The only thing I changed was I added another 1 to 2 tsp vanilla per batch. I like the extra flavour.
One thing I'll do next time (and there WILL be a next time, it really is a great cookie), I'd like to chop up the oats a bit more.
One thing to note: If you're like me and get wheat berries then grind your own wheat, you'll find that you'll use quite a bit more flour. Don't try to measure out more, but you'll probably have to add more to get it to the right consistency. I think I had to add about 3/4 of a cup more. Turned out really good though!
Love this recipe and love that it has oatmeal in it! Big hit with the family! I was sick and tired of my flat, hard chocolate chip cookies from the recipe that I was using which also made for crumbly, not-so-fun-to-eat cookies the next day. Thanks so much for sharing and for the tips too! I always wondered how to keep the cookie from flattening out! Awesome!
Wow...these cookies were not only easy to make, but fantastic! I tweeked the recipe a little by using whole wheat pastry flour for half of the flour. I will definitely make these again!