Semi-healthy cookies that taste good.
This is my own recipe that I perfected after a few not so perfect batches. I have been making these cookies for several years and everyone loves them.
Brown butter adds extra deliciousness to these oatmeal chocolate cookies. Honestly, they are the best cookies I’ve eaten (store-bought or homemade)! Prepare the brown butter in advance because it will have to cool completely.
These cookies are always served at our cafeteria, they are huge, moist, and full of chocolate!
These are great cookies for that back to school lunch or snack.
We didn’t have any chocolate chips in the house, but we did have a bag of Nestle® Crunch candy bars meant for Halloween! Add that to an existing peanut butter oatmeal recipe, with a few modifications, and peanut butter crunch cookies are born!
A semi-soft cookie, a cross between a Dad’s® cookie and a spice cookie. I bet ya can’t eat just one!
This recipe is one of my mother’s refrigerator cookies that she made when I was little. The old fashioned sugar cookies that you have on your home page is exactly what mom used to make. They are wonderfully soft and a touch of nutmeg in them. You could not believe how many memories it brings back to me. This is another memory to enclose to you. This is a sandwich type cookie spread with jam in the center.
A healthier version of oatmeal cookies with tasty dried cranberries and white chocolate chips. Great for picnics and camping. Kids love ’em, too.
Hearty cookie with oats, coconut and wheat flakes cereal. Great for a snack.
Tasty, crispy oatmeal cookie with raisins.
‘Tis the season for yummy pumpkin goodness and this hits the spot!
This recipe uses leftover Halloween candy and delivers a thin, crisp, and chewy cookie that is irresistible. Similar types of candy bars could be substituted for Butterfinger®.
A delicious wheat-free oatmeal raisin cookie with bananas makes a great breakfast or just a nibble between meals.
In this oatmeal raisin cookie recipe the oats and nuts are toasted to add a richer flavor. A food processor is used in making the cookie batter.
LOVE ’em cookies. ‘Thanks mom,’ said my son. These cookies were a test, and they scored an ‘A+.’ Made with whole-wheat flour and flax, they are a nice change to the everyday chocolate chip.
On the back of a McCann’s® Quick Cooking Irish Oatmeal box I noticed a recipe for ‘Irish Oatmeal Cookies.’ I more or less followed the recipe substituting things here and there, and the results were über-delicious. Perfect for a coffee or tea break snack or breakfast. I would have added some cinnamon if my hubby didn’t dislike that flavor so much. Please try it! Here’s what I did.
A great fall cookie but can really be enjoyed any time of the year if there’s a supply of persimmon pulp in the freezer!
These tasty kid-pleasing bars are made with wholesome oats, butter and brown sugar.
A different take on oatmeal raisin cookies. I think they are better.