Lacy Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies

Lacy Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies created by CoffeeB

Another recipe from 500 Cookies, Bars & Squares

Ready In:



  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Line cookie sheet with buttered foil.
  • Mix flour and oats together in a medium bowl.
  • In a large bowl, mix together butter, sugar and corn syrup.
  • Add milk to the butter mixture and mix well.
  • Stir in the flour mixture and mix well.
  • Drop batter by level teaspoonfuls 3 inches apart onto prepared cookie sheet.
  • Press each cookie slightly with the back of a fork or spoon.
  • Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until cookies have spread and are browned around the edges.
  • Immediately transfer the foil and cookies to a wire rack.
  • Peel cookies off foil after they've cooled.
  • Now spread a thin layer of semi-sweet chocolate on the bottom of 1/4 of the cookies and white chocolate on 1/4 of the cookies.
  • Top each with the bottom side of the remaining cookies.
Submit a Recipe Correction


Add a Note
Enter The Sweepstakes


"Another recipe from 500 Cookies, Bars & Squares"

Join The Conversation

sort by:
  1. CoffeeB
    What a great looking little cookie that would be a fabulous addition to any holiday tray. A step up from your normal oatmeal cookie w/the added addition of choco-chips. I think butterscotch chips would also be a great idea. I did use 1/2 the amount of chips recommended, and still had plenty left.<br/>Thanks for a great cookie that will be repeated again Dorit~<br/>Made for KK's recipetag~
  2. CoffeeB
    Lacy Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies Created by CoffeeB
  3. invictus
    These are wonderful and easy and just might be on my list of favorite cookies of all time. I dropped my batter maybe a little larger than teaspoonfulls and put 6 cookies on a tray at a time. I only had one double broiler so I was going to do semi-sweet and then white chocolate but it turned out that I had more than enough semi-sweet with just the 1 cup of chips that I didn't need to melt the white chocolate. Next time I will have to use less so that I can try both! I got 17 sandwich cookies.
  4. charlie 5
    Not going to give stars, because I haven't actually made your recipe. However, I do make Lace Cookies all the time - a favorite of my daughter. I never thought to make them into a sandwich cookie. What a clever idea. Might be fun to melt some Andes mint candies and use that for the filling too. Thanks for inspiring me to take Lace Cookies up a notch.
  5. mommymakeit4u
    these are my absolute favourite cookies

Find More Recipes