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Actually made this into a cookie pizza. Delish! I'm excited to make them as regular cookies!

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run for your life September 17, 2012

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!

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MikeysSassyGirl June 06, 2011

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.

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amdh86 March 02, 2015

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!

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krissigarrett620 January 03, 2013

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!

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Mighteechic September 10, 2012

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)

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paget90 June 12, 2012

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!

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aikoheiwa December 04, 2011

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!

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cmr1120 November 30, 2011

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!

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Stacie B. October 09, 2011

I don't know which are better--these or Mama's chewy double chocolate cookies. Both are scrumptious, and we're so glad you shared the recipes. Thanks also for the explicit directions--followed to a T, and these cookies turned out beautifully. I will make them both again and again.

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ladyfingers October 02, 2011
Ooey, Gooey, Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies