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Very good cookies!
2 dozen??? I followed the recipe exactly and got almost 6 dozen…not that I am complaining…
This are the best I’ve ever had!!!
I’m so glad you like them Deborah!
Just made a batch of these cookies and they were perfect! This recipe is a keeper!
Love this recipe and I’ve had so many people ask for the recipe (I usually do chocolate chips instead of raisins!) It’s the cookie dough itself here thats perfect
I made half the recipe and turned it great! I maybe could have left them in a minute longer after the edges browned
These are soooooo delicious. I’ve made many oatmeal Raisin Cookie recipes. This are tops. I made them using the butter not crisco. I didnt change a thing. (Doesn’t seem right)Baked at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. They looked exactly like the photo and tasted better than they looked 5-6 people said they were the best I ever made. Try them you won’t be sorry!
First time baking Cookies! Recipe is great. I let mine cook for 18 minutes for an added crunch. Yum! Rave reviews at the office bake off.
Best oatmeal cookie EVER!
Great cookie! Mine spread A LOT and needed 15 mins of bake time. But by the 3rd round in the oven I had figured it out.
Soft and delicious! The best oatmeal raisin cookies I have ever had. Thank you for the recipe!
Oh my goodness!! Delicious!
Just made them for the third time. Family can’t get enough of them
Disappointed- these cookies did not spread and flatten – they stayed mounded. Of course they won’t be chewy then.
Hi Kathie! I hate it when cookies don’t behave the way we want them to! It’s possible your flour measurement was off–i.e., there may have been too much in there. If you try them again, please let us know what you think!
Same here. I measured everything to a T…. In next batch that went in after, I ended up flattening each one. Worked much better!
I do that sometimes with some doughs. It can be helpful!
These are seriously the best oatmeal raisin cookies I’ve ever made and my daughter thinks so too. I substituted a little bit of the granulated sugar for agave nectar and also put a little bit of peanut butter powder in the 2nd batch. Yum! The recipe is easy to follow and they are quick to make. They’re so moist and buttery!!
I make these cookies with half the sugars and add 1/2 c dark chocolate chips in place of 1/2 c raisins. Don’t miss the sugar at all. Delicious!!
I made these with my mom because oatmeal raisin cookies are my favorite, and they were AMAZING! 100% must try!
I’m so glad you liked them!
Would skipping the nutmeg make a big difference? Just realized I don’t have it on hand and need to make the cookies for tomorrow.
You could try cinnamon instead! I wouldn’t sweat it, Jackie. Enjoy!
Thanks so much for replying back. I ended up finding some nutmeg and the cookies were a hit. Everyone loved them and they came out soft and chewy. Definitely will make this again.
I love nutmeg in oatmeal. Cinnamon gets all the attention, Jacqueline, but nutmeg is an underdog of the baking spices. Woo hoo!
I used 3/4 cup coconut oil in place of butter and coconut sugar in place of brown sugar. Everything else remained the same. They were perfection ! Love this recipe.
This is a delicious recipe and I wouldn’t let the vanilla stop me from making them. They have plenty of flavor. We used golden raisins, which are so flavorful and less sweet and we used pecans instead of walnuts. You could add another dimension of flavor by adding chocolate chips. Go for it!
So glad you liked it Gail!