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This recipe was good, but very sweet. I skipped the coconut and my husband & other family members thought they were delicious! i will definitely be making these again. Thanks for posting your "oh so yummy" recipe. =)
This recipe is great. I did make a few adjustments based on what I had in the house -- I subbed out half of the white flour with 1/2 c almond meal flour and 1/2 c brown rice flour. Didn't have any coconut and only a few raisins, so I added in a few handfuls of sliced almonds instead. These cookies were chewy, sweet, buttery -- yum!
We really liked these. I left out the coconut, because none of us like it, but I added both butterscotch and simi-sweet chocolate chips. I got way more than 24 cookies - maybe 34. Thanks for the recipe!
I have made these cookies 4 times in various ways. I have used chocolate chips, butterscotch chips and raisins. All of them have turned out great. They disappear. I think the chocolate chips are my favorite.
Yep,, right again Jill, these are the best ones yet!
The name says it all! these are the best oatmeal cookies i've found! i made them with chocolate chips as i am a choco-holic. they were perfectly moist! my only word of caution, do not be tempted to cook these longer than the suggested time. when i made the first batch and checked them they were brown but i thought mine weren't cooked enough so i increased the cooking time. BIG MISTAKE! they tasted great right out of the oven; however, once they cooled they got really hard. still wonderful-i just microwaved them and they softened. this has replaced all my other oatmeal cookie recipes!! thanks for sharing the best oatmeal cookie recipe with the rest of us!