Ready in 45 minutes
These are a huge hit in my family!
"These are delicious! I made them with regular oatmeal since I was too lazy to pulse them in the food processor, and they still turned out great. I also just used all regular brown sugar since I didn't have the golden. Will try it with the right sugars next time, although I can't imagine them tasting any better. Love the nutritional value of the walnuts and oatmeal. "- ladyhoffman
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Preheat oven at 375 degrees (190 C). Beat together butter and sugars until creamy. Add eggs, milk and vanilla and beat well. Whisk together flour, baking soda and salt. Add slowly to creamed sugar mixture. Stir in oats, chocolate chips and nuts and mix well. Drop by rounded tablespoons onto ungreased cookie sheet. Bake 10-12 minutes. Cool for a few minutes and transfer to wire rack.
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Garcia09 1 month agoI only used 1 1/3 cups total sugar since we are use to less. I also used old fashioned oats and pecans. They were wonderful. My husband requested this be our regular chocolate chip cookie.
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SMV2013 9 months ago
ladyhoffman 10 months agoThese are delicious! I made them with regular oatmeal since I was too lazy to pulse them in the food processor, and they still turned out great. I also just used all regular brown sugar since I didn't have the golden. Will try it with the right sugars next time, although I can't imagine them tasting any better. Love the nutritional value of the walnuts and oatmeal.
danesmarie 11 month agoLove these cookies! Made them so many times
Mizfeather 11 month agoGreat recipe! I substituted the Chocolate chips for cinnamon chips and everything turned out great.
Jabre 1 year ago
andreamyers 1 year agoPerfect every time! Great flavor and easy to modify with different nuts, addition of toffee bits or raisins. Have been asked by friends and family to share the recipe soon!
lmeverman 1 year ago
Rodgersamanda 1 year agoDelicious! I melted the butter before mixing it into the sugar. Made for very soft cookies.
sarahpatel 1 year agoLovely cookies - I used brown self-raising flour in place of all purpose flour & baking powder (can't see any different in the finished cookies), and used 1 1/2 cups of sugar in total rather than 2.
LoveMyHusband29 1 year agoThese were great! I think next time I will use more nuts because I love the crunch!
Amandayarde 1 year agoI'm willing to admit it could be due to user error, but I did not have good luck with this recipe. I'm experienced in the kitchen and followed the recipe to a tee and they came out flat, hard and I could not even get them off the pan.
Carlsonfour 2 years agoMy 11 year old made these tonight w/o the walnuts. They were fabulous!
DrgnHrt 2 years agoI substituted the walnuts for about 1/2 cup of slivered almonds and an additional 1/2 cup of oats. I don't care for walnuts but wanted to keep the nutritional value of the nuts. It worked out nicely for our road trip snacks. They were a hit for the entire family.
Ngreenslade 2 years agoThese were amazing!
MtCook10 2 years agoI just made these tonight for my family and they loved them. I used Crisco Butter flavor instead of regular butter and they turned out really well.
PistonHonda 2 years agoLiterally, in my opinion, the best cookie I have ever had. Soft Sweet Chewy, and with the walnuts just perfect. I only had the light brown sugar (didnt have both kinds like it called for, but was still delicious). Cook until the edges slightly change color (12 min) and let them finish on the counter. Mmmmm just perfect.
Augustyne7 2 years agoThese were excellent- super sweet, but that's how I like them! I doubled the vanilla & will add a little more oats next time:)
Dashy 3 years agoDid not enjoy these. Do not use molasses instead of dark brown sugar as it overwhelms the taste. Use more oats