By LAURIE on September 02, 2004
Photo by Creative Sarah
Photo by Creative Sarah
"A new favorite of BF and DS, both who love oatmeal and blueberries, so I thought why not combine the two!"
Serving Size: 1 (743 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Very yummy and fairly simple to whip up a batch. Great reviews from my picky-eater children. Followed the original recipe word for word with the one exception of following other users' advice to substitute dried for fresh blueberries. Thanks for the contributing the recipe Laurie!"
"These are fantastic! I made them this afternoon to use up some fresh blueberries I have in the fridge. I added 1.2 tsp of almond extract for a little bit of extra flavour. Other than that, I stuck to the recipe. They are very, very tasty and I don't think they will last long!"
"I used frozen blueberries, defrosted and drained well. Stirred in carefully, the dough turned a little purple in spots, but after baking nice and brown, they looked fine. I had to bake them longer, so they were thouroughly set in the middle. Slid the parchment, cookies and all off the sheet onto cooling rack and let sit awhile before attempting to move them. Taste really great warm!"
"i liked the recipe alot! I decided that i will use dried blueberries instead next time. They do not bleed and can stay fresh longer. I will be making them for Valentine's Day for my beau. Good recipe will try it again. Thank you!"
"Made these a few months ago. Full of flavor and are pretty easy for a new chef like me to make. Thank you."
"They were really good and really easy. The only problem I had was that they were sticky and it was hard to get them off the cookie sheet whole."
"These cookies were so yummy after letting them cool about half an hour. Sadly, over the next 2 days, the juice from the fresh blueberries seeped into the cookie making them turn to mush!! So I suggest making them with dried blueberries so you won't be forced to scarf down the whole batch on the first day (although they do taste great)."
"Great recipe....I only had golden castor sugar, so used 1 cup of that instead of half white and half brown. Also only had a few fresh blueberries, so a I threw in a few dried ones... didn't seem to make too much difference, they were gorgrous! "
"Wow! These were awesome! I also used quick cooking oats and they turned out great anyway! I did'nt have parchment paper either and I think because of that, they spread out a little too much. I didn't mind and no one else did either! I loved them! Thanks!"
"Very good cookies!!! I used quick cook oats and increased the blueberries to 1 cup b/c we like our cookies full of "stuff" This is being copied in to my keepers file. My DD#2 says they are pretty. The added blueberries turn them a bluish purple color. Very tasty though. Mine stayed soft. I didn't have any parchment paper so I let them cool on the cookie sheets little bit before I took them off.They smushed up a bit but not too bad.I love oatmeal cookies and this is a terrific variation. Thanks!!"