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Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

Posted by trudymom (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 5, 12 at 16:34

I hadn't planned a dessert for today's game, so I decided on oatmeal cookies. I googled "Best Oatmeal Cookie" and since I am a visual person, I went under "images." I clicked on the one that looked the best, and whose do you think it was??--yes, Ann's! So I made them and they are awesome!!! That addition of sugar on top is soooo good!! Thank you Ann for making us better cooks and bakers.

Trudy

Here is a link that might be useful: Ann's Best Oatmeal Cookies


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RE: Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

Thank you, Ann! Those do look amazing!


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RE: Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

Thanks Trudy. I'm glad that you liked the cookies. I've tried many oatmeal cookie recipes, but that one truly is the "Best".

~ Ann


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RE: Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

Those do look yummy. Ann, any recommendations on amounts to use to add raisins? I love oatmeal/raisin cookies. I bet white chocolate/ cranberry would be good, too.
Lisa


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RE: Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

Lisa, I don't like raisins, but I have added both

cranberries and white chocolate.


And I've also added toasted coconut to the mix.

I don't measure when adding dried fruit or chocolate to cookie batter. If you like a lot of raisins add more, less if you just want a few in each cookie. Start with half a cup and if that isn't enough add another half cup.


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RE: Ann's Oatmeal Cookie Recipe is the BEST!!

lisa_in_germany, The Quaker Oat Oatmeal Cookie recipe calls for 1 cup of raisins, but I would compare the amount of flour/oatmeal from this recipe to Ann's to decide.

Here is a link that might be useful: Quaker Oatmeal Cookie Recipe


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