Really good recipe! I agree with others that the instructions should indicate the oil and vanilla should be added after the butter sugar mixture was creamed. Turned out perfect and fit the bill for a hungry crowd...
I would also use only half the sugar, and agree that it's better to cream butter and sugar first, then add the oil.
Look no further for an oatmeal cookie recipe! These cookies are delicious! (I personally cut the sugar to less than half.) Next time I will add chocolate chipits and nuts. My search for an oatmeal cookie is finally over.
Fantastic Recipe! Instructions were super easy to follow and tasted absolutely scrumptious. Surprised about the previous comment, instructions were not misleading at at all. Although to be fair, some amateur bakers might not know to not combine the oil until the butter and brown sugar has been mixed as it can act as a separator. Anyways, best oatmeal cookies ever!
Disappointed. Watch the video before baking as video sequences are correct. Step 3 written direction is misleading... should be: In another bowl, cream the butter and brown sugar. Add oil, and vanilla with an electric mixer. Add the egg and beat until smooth. At low speed or with a wooden spoon, combine with the dry ingredients.
Adding the oil and vanilla to your bake at the same time as butter and sugar will ruin mixture.
Fantastic cookies! To those who said 12 minutes was too long, either your oven temp is inaccurate or your cookies were too small! They are crispy and toasted around the outside but still soft and chewy inside.
the best, easy, and my kids love them
I made these cookies for the chemo room at my local hospital. Everyone loved them including the nurses and the left overs were soon scooped up at the hospice by patients and family members. They were very easy to make and froze well. The taste was great and having the oats makes them a bit more healthy. Definitely a keeper!
This cookies are THE BEST. I added chocolate chips and walnuts and they are incredible!!!!!!! PERFECT!
Heavenly! Cooked 10 minutes instead of 12, cookies are slightly crunchy on the outside and gooey soft on the inside. Best oatmeal cookies ever.
Wow, excellent recipe. Easy to follow, really good cookies. Thank you very much.
These really are the best! I sometimes add about 3/4 cup of plumped raisins.
Delicious! My husband prefers harder oatmeal cookies over the chewy kind, so I increased the cooking time by a couple minutes for his half of the batch LOL... I’ll be making these again and adding some smarties to them for sure!
Made once as written (with a pinch less baking soda, thanks to Claudine B). The second time, I replaced 1/2 the brown sugar for coconut sugar and half the butter for coconut oil. It is extremely delicious both. I also reduced the temp to 350F and the cooking time to 10 min.
Thanks Ricardo and team
This recipe was really helpful, as well as delicious. the cookies are not to sweet, but not to bland either. the only thing i had a problem with was the baking time, it was too long for the cookies and some of them came out burnt. would recommend less time to bake
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