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Mrs. Field's Macadamia Nut Cookies

Mrs. Field's Macadamia Nut Cookies created by WiGal

I found this in the newspaper.

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  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  • After measuring oats, place in blender and process until they turn to powder.
  • Also, place coconut in a blender and process until fine.
  • Cream together butter and sugars.
  • Add eggs and vanilla.
  • Mix together flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder, oatmeal and coconut.
  • Add to butter mixture and mix well.
  • Add nuts and white chocolate. Stir.
  • Make golf ball size cookies and place 2 inches apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 10 minutes.
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  1. massofmotion
    DO NOT use this recipe! Wish I had checked it against other recipes before making it. ALL other recipes for Mrs. F's Mac cookies have proportions like: 1 c butter/1 egg/ 2 1/4 c flour and NO oatmeal. I think oatmeal is a great addition but they NEED TO UP THE BUTTER, egg, etc for it to come out as a cookie. These were super-dry, horrible-textured golf balls that never spread out as they baked. (I've made the regular Mrs. F's choc chip cookies before, and that recipe also has oatmeal and it adds a great texture and flavor - in the right proportion.) Virtually inedible. Either this recipe must have been altered after the other reviews, or the other reviews are fake. Disastrous waste of $20 per pound macs - while I'm stuck home alone in COVID-19 quarantine (for exposure, I'm not sick but can't leave the house) for two more weeks, so this also used up precious flour, butter, eggs, etc. Checked all the measurements twice because I knew I only had one shot, and followed recipe to the letter. FIX THIS RECIPE OR TAKE IT DOWN. I'm pretty angry. A person needs a bit of treats under these harsh conditions and this recipe ruined mine.
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  2. Aunt Foo foo
    These cookies are wonderful. If you find them to flat add about a half cup of flour and coconut and that should do it. My mother is a fantastic baker and she always adds a 1/2 cup flour to her cookie recipes. If never fails Mom is always right it makes the difference from a flat cookie to a better cookie.
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  3. WiGal
    Excellent cookie! I baked mine for 13 minutes and that is DS snitching his third cookie in an hour! So you could say we love 'em!! The only thing that I would change here is to match the order of the ingredients with the order they occur in the directions. Thanks hapynana for sharing. Made for Aus/NZ August Recipe Swap.
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  4. WiGal
    Mrs. Field's Macadamia Nut Cookies Created by WiGal
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  5. ValeLovesFlorida
    Thick or thin who cares! It's the taste that counts and how many you can pop in your mouth :) We loved them and they will be a new favorite on our cookie trays this holiday season! Thanks for sharing!
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