Because there is something awesome about a giant cinnamon raisin oatmeal cookie drizzled with icing.
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A rich and creamy banana ice cream to smoosh between rich peanut butter and oat cookies.
Rich, oaty peanut butter cookies perfect for making ice cream sandwiches.
These chewy, coconut oatmeal cookies are bursting with chocolate chips (and they're vegan too!)
Inspired by the Elvis favorite of peanut butter and bananas, these oatmeal cookies get amped up even more with chocolate chips.
These oatmeal cookies have lightly crisp edges and chewy middles laced with dried cranberries and white chocolate chips.
These sandwiches are like the classic oatmeal cream pie, but ramped up with chewy homemade oatmeal-molasses cookies and vanilla ice cream.
Scotchies are given a twist with the addition of coconut sugar and dark rum. The resulting cookies have the traditional chewy, lattice texture with a hint of tropical flavor.
Inspired by the classic breakfast combination, these cookies are sweet, chewy, and full of maple brown sugar flavor.
[Photographs: Sarah Jane Sanders] Note: These cookies require very little bake time. In my oven, 8 minutes is enough to cook them through and results in soft and pliable cookies, just like the real deal. 10 minutes, however, results in...
[Photograph: Robyn Lee] Swapped at the 2011 SE cookie swap by Erin Zimmer. Adapted from thesesalted chocolate chip oatmeal raisin cookies....
These super chewy Oatmeal Jammys from The Treats Truck can be filled with any jam you'd like; feel free to choose a few fruit flavors to mix up the batch.
Dark chocolate and cherries give richness and a touch of fruit flavor to traditional oatmeal cookies.
These cookies are big, hearty, salty, and sweet.
Oh, raisins. I've tried and tried to like them. At this point, I can tolerate a few
especially if they are dipped in chocolate but in general I avoid them. This means I've turned down more than one oatmeal cookie because of the raisin element. But one day I threw a handful of dried blueberries into a batch of oatmeal cookies. Oh my. I finally got it. There's something wonderful about the chew and sweetness of dried fruit paired with the nutty-grain flavor of oatmeal.
These cookies are chewy, spicy, and complex. Be sure not to overbake them—they'll harden a bit as they cool.
This could be one of the most genius ideas I've had in a while: take one cookie dough, make three different cookies. Sure, someone else out there has probably thought of this, but not me. And if you haven't either,...
Brought to the Serious Eats Cookie Swap 2009 by Serious Eats intern alum Gordon Mark. Adapted from the back of a Quaker Oats package....