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Very very good. Wish I had read the comments about cutting back on the sugar before baking them,oh well, next time. My kids really liked them. Thank You for the great recipe.

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pebbles29 December 12, 2011

For whatever reason, the cookies in the pics are more ball like. Mine turned out a lil flat like snickerdoodles. And followed the recipe to the T. Cookies were fine. I agree with a couple of other raters, I would reduce sugar and add some salt to it.

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jd_eller2004 December 14, 2010

Thanks for the recipe! Made exactly 36 (even with dough-tasting!). I used instant oats, and cut down on the sugar about a third of a cup and they turned out really well!

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Rachel Pardoe December 19, 2009

Mmmm yum. This is very similar to a recipe that my mom use to make. The only thing I would add is a teaspoon of salt. Thanks for posting :)

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flygirl #5 August 27, 2009

These were good cookies. My family really enjoyed them. Thank you for sharing.

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Sky Valley Cook March 13, 2009

These are some delicious oatmeal cookies - wow! I divided the batter in half and threw chocolate chips in one bowl and raisins and choc chips into the other bowl . I don't know which way I like better - maybe I should sample some more of each and get back to you. Boy are they good. Thx for sharing! Update Feb 2009: This recipe has become a favourite at our house. Since I made them again today, I decided to send a photo. Yummy!

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mums the word February 03, 2009

Trisha W, my brother was craving for oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. In my search, I came across your recipe. It was simple to make, and since my brother wanted a chewier cookie, I baked it at 300F for 8 minutes, and lowered the temperature for 250F and baked it for 8 more minutes. Decreasing the temperature while baking it longer resulted in a chewier cookie full of flavor. I also increased the vanilla extract to 1 and 1/2 teaspoons. My 5-year-old also enjoyed it; thank you for sharing.

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Blue Peacock February 09, 2008

These are chewy, yummy and very addictive. They did tend to stick to the cookie sheets a bit, but they turned out just as I had hoped. DELISH!

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Bullscreeker October 03, 2007

I used dark chocolate chips (instead of regular) and added dried cranberries. They were amazing. I had a little trouble judging if they were done or not b/c I forgot oatmeal cookies don't brown as much as other kinds. They were great just the same though! Will definitely make again. Thanks for the great recipe!

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kim3297 September 03, 2007

Fabulous cookie! I liked the combo of ingredients for your recipe so I tried it out. Glad I did as it will be a favorite in our family now. It's crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside, just perfect. I used about 3/4 a bag of chocolate chips and reduced the white sugar by half (I like a less sweet cookie). Thanks for posting your friend's recipe. Pam

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Pam-I-Am February 04, 2006
Suzie's Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies