Toffee Oatmeal Cookies

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Ready In:
36 cookies




  • Preheat oven to 300°.
  • Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.
  • In medium bowl, cream butter and brown sugar.
  • Stir in egg and vanilla extract until smooth.
  • Sift together flour, salt and baking soda; stir this into the other mixture.
  • Blend in oats and toffee bits.
  • Drop rounded tablespoonfuls onto cookie sheets; flatten slightly.
  • Bake 10-18 minutes in the preheated oven.
  • Cookies will look dry when finished baked.

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  1. FeedMePlz
    WOW! I made these and EVERYONE who ate them only had one single thing to say..UMMMM!! I have never had a response as great as I did after I made these for anything. The recipe as is made enough for a bunch of people. Tonight my son tricked me into making 100!!! He claimed it was for a bake sale. I will gladly takesome of these to work and delight everyone. Be careful though, they are addicting!! P.S Let them sit a few min. after taking them out of the oven and let them set before taking them off of the baking sheet or they will crumble. (Would be great on ice cream). hey sort of melt together so i am just going to cut them into squares.
  2. Debbb
    Very, very tasty!! Nice & crunchy with an amazing toffee flavour! My hubby thought they were a little salty so I'll just omit the salt next time. The cookies do need to cool on the pan for a few minutes before removing or they fall to pieces.
  3. Starglowfading
    Very delicious! You have to try them hot out of the oven.... if you can stop eating the dough, that is.
  4. MKA from Cincy
    These are tasty cookies, but I don't think they looked very pretty. The texture was also different than I expected... the toffee bits tend to melt and blend into the cookie instead of staying chunky.
  5. Charlotte J
    This was a very yummy cookie. I just used a 8 oz. bag of Heath English Toffee Bits which measures out to 1 1/2 cup. I did not want an open bag of toffee goodness laying around to tempt us. I wondering if I could put the dough onto wax paper, make it into a log, freeze it and cut as needed. I do this with similar cookie recipe of mine. I'll have to give it a try next time. Then all you have to do is slice and bake. No need to do the flatten step then. I bake for 18 minutes at 300. Made for *Zaar Cookbooks Tag 2008* game


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