turned out nice, thank you.
These are truly delicious! I don't know what more I can say. Made just as stated and got 36 cookies, they baked for 11 minutes. The cookies don't spread, they are crispy on the edges and chewy in the middle. These will surely be made many more times.
Thanks for posting.
This recipe didn't make 36 to 48 for me but it made 12 to 15 of the best cookies my family has eaten. see the fingers in the picture? I couldn't keep them out of them. You won't be sorry with this recipe, on the next one I am going to substitute chocolate chips YUM
Wow! What a fantastic recipe - exactly what I was looking for! So quick & easy & delicious! I didn't have enough ingredients so made a few amendments, used rolled oats - I'm not sure what the difference is, if any. I only had a handful of raisins so added a handful of chocolate buttons & some extra coconut with a tblspoon of condensed milk & I'd read somewhere about adding coffee to chocolate chip bikkies for an extra kick so dubiously added a small tsp of Noir dissolved in a bit of hot water... sure enough they were devine! Lovely & chewy! Baked a little bit longer - maybe 5-10minutes but just in time for my guests arrival & hubby who doesn't usually eat sweets took a handful back to work after lunch to nibble on for the afternoon... champion!
These are really great cookies. I accidentally read the recipe wrong and put in 1 cup of coconut (instead of 1/2) and they were still great and baked up just fine. I also think they would be good with some cinnamon. I just made another batch but with chocolate chips instead of raisins and they are great too. Definitely a keeper of a recipe!
I think I've died and gone to cookie heaven !!! These are so easy to make and soooooo delicious! I was looking for a sweet treat that was low in cholesterol and fat.....and these definitely were the right ones! I made a batch of these last night...but I like my cookies large....so this only made up about 18.... Next time I will double the recipe as this morning there are only a couple left....and my DH had sad dog puppy eyes when I gave some to my son to take home with him last night ! Thanks for a great keeper recipe !
This was a terrific recipe. I got exactly 46 cookies by levelling off the measuring tablespoon and the cookies didn't spread but rather stayed quick close to the original size. The other reviews were so right about the coconut. It made all the difference. This cookie was easy and a real keeper. My family loved it. Thanks! Bet
Cookies were great, Dh loved them and so does my 16 month old, thanks for posting.
These are *fantastic*. So simple, and so good. Even the non-baking eating DH loved them, and that's high praise indeed. Definitely do not leave the coconut out, they make the cookie. I also added a handful of walnuts to my second batch, and both versions are good. I got nowhere near 48 cookies though, more like 26 or 30. These were *so* good warm, and I'm sure even better fully cooled. I cooked them on parchment instead of greasing the pans. This one is definitely going in the keeper recipe book.
Very easy cookie to make with great flavor. I used golden raisins in my dough. Also, I didn't have quick-cooking oats on hand, so used the steel-cut oats I did have. The cookie is still quite delicious, but a bit crunchy from the oats. My fault! I will definitely make this again, but with the quick-cooking oats next time. Thanks for a great recipe!