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"Followed recipe exactly i just added an extra cup of rasberries and i could have added even more. They were soft and chewy. Came out perfectly . Everyone loved them."
Cream butter and sugars, beat in eggs and vanilla until smooth. Mix dry ingredients (flour, baking soda, salt) together, and add gradually, incorporating to the mixture on low. Stir in oats and cranberries. Shape dough into 2 inch balls, place on greased baking sheets and flatten slightly.
Bake at 325F until lightley browned, about 12-15 min. Remove and cool on wire racks
NOTE: This is a big hearty cookie with ample oats so theyll travel well without crumbling. Store in airtight containers up to one week or freeze for another time.
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jeanniegwt 1 year agoThese cookies were a big success with friends who are pretty picky about their cookies. This will be my go to recipe for oatmeal cookies.
Viola1d 1 year agoFollowed recipe exactly i just added an extra cup of rasberries and i could have added even more. They were soft and chewy. Came out perfectly . Everyone loved them.
Wantoknow 2 years agoGreat cookie! Wonderful texture and chewiness. Added walnuts also. Will definitely make again soon!
creepyed 3 years agoquite disastrous. look like oatmeal pancakes, could do with less butter.
Drsirisha 4 years agoJust made the 1st batch,and they taste good,theres one problem though,the dough is getting flattened and the cookies r getting stuck to each other while baking..
Leeleem0409 5 years agoI thought it was a really good recipe. I put chocolate chips in it as well.
stevemur 6 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
deborahhoy 6 years agoThe instructions need to be updated because it is missing half the ingredients.
Carol1960 8 years ago
debapaka 9 years agoGood cookie, next time I would use more cranberries.