Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 10 min./batch
Makesabout 7 dozen
This was an amazing recipe. I and my mother did it and the family had a special treat for after dinner... So good and scrumptious.
These are soooo good! Will be making them again, for sure!
I did not need 7 dozen cookies so I used half of all ingredients except for the oats. I used the cup the recipe called for and omitted the nuts. I also sprinkled flake coconut on top. This is now my favorite Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe! The vanilla pudding really adds body to the cookies and the texture and flavor are terrific.
Have made these cookies several times and always get rave reviews. I send these cookies to my grandsons in Japan every Christmas and Easter, number one on their wish list.
I just made these and I love the texture but they are too sweet for my taste. I wonder if I left the pudding out if it would change them too much?
These are phenomenal! I added shredded carrots and peanut butter. To die for!
Very good but my Cookbook Taste of Home " Best Loved Recipes " says rounded tsp. not TBSP. So, 10 minutes was the max time as they browned pretty fast.
These are great! They have a nice, crispy surface and chewy inside. I'll be making these again but perhaps adding 1.5 c chips. I bet they're great with dark chips as well. Thanks for sharing!
Not fair to rate a recipe lower because it sounds good but you haven’t tried it. Don’t rate it until you try it! And for heavens sake, don’t change an ingredient ie quick oatmeal to old fashioned and blame the recipe if your cookies are dry. Old fashioned does make a drier chewier cookie as it soaks up more moisture from the eggs and butter. The oats are uncut and uncooked!! I always substitute while oats but then it isn’t the same recipe is it
These cookies are delicious! They turned out chewy and have a nice amount of chocolate. I used old fashioned oats as I did not have the quick cooking on hand.