3 Reviews

This was a great recipe! The cookies took more like 11 minutes to bake instead of the 8-10 listed (my oven usually bakes things at the shortest recommended time too!). Also, I ground up the oatmeal in a food processor to make the texture finer. Plus, my son is allergic to eggs, so I used Ener-G egg replacer to substitute the eggs. I love when recipes work with the replacer so that my son can enjoy fun treats! Thanks for sharing this recipe! I will definitely be making it again!

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cmr1120 April 21, 2009

These are very very good! Chewy, yet a little crisp. The oatmeal gives a great texture, without giving the oatmeal "the starring role" of the cookie. (You'd really never know that there was oatmeal in it). I will make these again for sure. Thanx for the yummy recipe.

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*Parsley* June 06, 2006

I've done a similar recipe, adding extra vanilla, ground cloves, and a little ginger... but the recipe I'd used, had used white sugar, as well as the brown.

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JessaGryphon June 16, 2004
M&m Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies