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Ok fast forward to 2015 ....I made these wonderful cookies with chunky peanut butter and did not add additional nuts. I also used M & M's instead of the chocolate. What could be better than a peanut butter oatmeal cookie with M & M's! wow these are good.

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salsender March 05, 2015

Awesome cookies! Used maple extract and instead of nuts, added an extra handful of chocolate chunks. Was lazy so stirred in all of the oats and chocolate without decorating the tops. Made the cookies a little larger than regular cookies, but not 1/4 cup size. Great cookies, perfect for lunch boxes. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama April 03, 2011

We just made these, and they are incredibly magnificant! they are chewy, yummy, the perfect amount of 'sweet', and milk's new and improved best friend :) step aside oreo! for sure a new favorite.. thanks so much!

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P.Doze December 15, 2010

These are great, I made them for a friend who has gluten intolerance and she loved them. She was not the only one to approve, my whole family gobbled them up...they did not last long:) Will definitely make again. The only change I made was to not make them as big, used an 1/8 cup instead of 1/4 cup and they were still plenty big for us to enjoy:) Thanks for the great recipe.

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vanderkampfamily April 28, 2009

These were great. I made them with splenda (and sugar free chips) for my mom who can't eat sugar or wheat and I think they are the best cookie for her I've ever made! I enjoyed them too even with the splenda (normally I don't). I'm so glad my mom will have cookies for Christmas like the rest of us!

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Baking Christi December 22, 2007

These are essentially monster cookies. Good, but I prefer the old standby.

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UsagiCassidy October 28, 2007

Flour? We don't need no stinking flour!! These are packed FULL of wonderful goodness, there is no room for flour! I am trying different recipes for my dh that don't have much or any wheat flour, per Dr. suggestion. These were so divine, I didn't even care if they had flour. Very good. Shared them with friends and they went quickly. Even though there were SO MANY of them! I didn't bother putting extra chocolate chips or oats on top - they were beautiful as they were. Thank you once again Kitten.

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Feej September 02, 2007

Delish! I simplified this recipe a bit and subbed just a tad. I used 1/2 peanut butter- 1/2 almond butter and regular semi-sweet choc. chips. I did not press any chips/oats to the tops and I did not flatten them out. I cooked them for 9 minutes and they came out of the oven gooey, soft and delicious! I did flatten one tray out - and they were to thin for my liking. Thanks so much!

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dukeswalker March 26, 2007

Kittencal, as always your recipes are awesome! These are delicious - thanks for sharing.

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Quilting Shelby November 23, 2006
Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chunk Oat Cookies (No Flour)