It has been raining all day in here, the weather is cold and there's not much to do. So I was just there, resting and thinking when I immediately thought about making these cookies, they are special for me because they remind me of my great grandpa he simply loves them and I made them once when I visited him almost a year ago, baking these cookies was really comforting and they ended up chewy but soft at the same time. The recipe is from Quaker Oats but I'll show you how I did them
- 1 stick of softened butter
- 1/2 c. of brown sugar
- 1/4 c. of sugar
- 1 egg
- 3/4 c. of flour
- 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
- 1 1/2 c. of oatmeal
- 1 tablespoon of vanilla
1. First mix oatmeal, flour, baking soda and cinnamon in a medium bowl. In a large bowl beat butter and sugar until light and fluffy, add egg and vanilla then combine it with the flour mixture.
2. Make small balls and then press them down a little bit.
3. Again I made half of them with pecans and half with chocolate chips just as I did with my banana donuts, you can use them both but I always try to make my parents happy.
4. Bake them at 350°F for 10 minutes, they will be very soft but in a few minutes they will be more consistent.
Put them on a nice tray and enjoy!
These cookies looks so yummy. I like how you topped some of them with pecan and some with chocolate chips.ReplyDelete
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These are the prettiest oatmeal cookies I have ever seen! Serious comfort treats for sure :)ReplyDelete
thank you.i have been searching for an oatmeal cookie recipe.your's look delicious.ReplyDelete
Hi Beti, thanks for stopping by :)ReplyDelete
I like how you decorated these cookies, so cute with the mini chocolate chips...and the pecans.
Hope you have a wonderful week ahead!
Very delicious cookies.ReplyDelete
I often use the quaker oats recipe when I make oatmeal cookies. No shame in that and they always come out delicious! I love the ones with chocolate chips on top. Good call.ReplyDelete
Not only delicious but they look so pretty as well! Love the ones with chips!ReplyDelete
Ooo, these look so good!ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous looking cookies! YUM!ReplyDelete
I love how pretty they look with the chips on top. That's a beautiful platter - both the cookies and the tray!ReplyDelete
I love how you arranged the chocolate chips and the pecans on the cookies. Nice touch!ReplyDelete
How delicious looking! I'd love one with the pecan on top, and one with the chips on top :) They turned out perfectly with your method.ReplyDelete
Siempre me acabo las de chocolate, son mis favoritas!ReplyDelete
These are some of the prettiest cookies I have ever seen! Love this recipe, too. It sounds nice and easy and those cookies are nice and thick.ReplyDelete
I love the chocolate chips on top of these cookies. Chewy oatmeal cookies are one of my favourites.ReplyDelete
It's such a cute idea that you didn't include chocolate chips in the cookies, but you decorate them instead! I now need a tea and dream about having these cookies. :-)ReplyDelete
I'm on an oat-kick at the moment so these really appeal to me. I would just like to compliment you on how perfectly you have place those chocolate chips - all upright and ordered!ReplyDelete
Beti, these are just gorgeous!!! So much prettier than ordinary oatmeal cookies...yum, yum!ReplyDelete
Oatmeal cookies are a favorite in my house. I love how you made them fancy with the nuts and chips on top.ReplyDelete
Those garnishes are a cute finishing touch! I love oatmeal cookies and yours look delicious.ReplyDelete
These little cookies are so cute! I love the combination of oatmeal and chocolate so would definitely be putting chocolate on top of my ones :-)ReplyDelete
Those cookies look gorgeous! Perfect with my morning coffee.
Hi Beti, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I like how you decorated these cookies. They look so gorgeous.
Hope you have a wonderful evening!
Betti, super te Twoje ciacha. Chętnie wypróbuję. Pozdrawiam serdecznie. AgaReplyDelete
These are the prettiest oatmeal cookies I've ever seen! Mine always end up looking 'rustic' (which is just a nice way of saying messy), so I'll have to give these a go.ReplyDelete