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I loved these cookies! Although I didn't add the pecans or the coconut and added a little bit of cinnamon. I've tried so many oatmeal cookie recipes and they've always turned out flat and crunchy, blech! These were absolutely perfect!

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Anelanokalani June 02, 2009

These are wonderful! They are my children's favorite oatmeal cookie. We make them on a regular basis. My two year can't keep her fingers out of the dough. The only change I made was to reduce the butter by 1/2 and substitute it with 1/2 cup applesauce.

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grumpychef January 23, 2009

Great cookies, not too sweet, moist and chewy, but cruncy on the edges, perfect! Easy ti make. I made as directed and had some chocolate left from the chocolate dipped strawberries and dipped half of the cookie in, it was great! I will be making these again, thanks for a great recipe. (I don't care for raisins in my cookies either!)

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MelinOhio October 04, 2006

Yum, these are great. Love the coconut...not overpowering but definitely detectable amongst the other bits of deliciousness. I made a lower fat version by replacing 1/2 c of the butter with 1/2 c nonfat sour cream whizzed together with 30 g oatrim. Also, I used 3 egg whites and 1 yolk. With these changes, I found that 10 minutes at 350F did the trick. This worked really well with whole wheat pastry flour and 1/2 cup raisins thrown into the mix. I'll be making these again for sure. In the meantime, how will I keep my mitts off this current batch??

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Heather U. November 21, 2004
Socks-Off Oatmeal Cookies (No Raisins)