4 Reviews

I really like these. I was using up some trail mix that we obviously weren't eating with nuts and dried fruit. I used cashews for the nuts because that was what I had the most of. I made half the recipe and it made about 48 cookies. Maybe my scoops are smaller. I really liked these. On the crunchy side but really flavorful.

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NM Patricia February 22, 2009

I love oatmeal cookies and have made several versions and this one is my new favorite! They were easy to make, baked up perfect in exactly 10 minutes and were crunchy on the outside and chewy in the center. I made a simple variation by using assorted dried fruits instead of trail mix and the taste is wonderful! You can buy bags of mixed dried fruit in the grocery store, mine had pineapples, raisins, apples, cranberries and cherries in it, but you can put in whatever you like. I actually let my kids have one for breakfast because they were so healthy!

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Heidi Jean December 22, 2007

These were awesome cookies!! They definately have a texture that is unique and satisfying. They are not your typical oatmeal cookie (wich I feel is a good thing). This is a recipe that I will make again and again.

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Shannon Anderson September 13, 2003

Easy to make. Good texture (crunchewy!). The best oatmeal cookie i have tried.

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Tony H. September 04, 2003
Oatmeal Trail Mix Cookies