The holiday baking has started early this year because of a couple of parties. The first one takes place tomorrow at Kumon. I have a few recipes that I like to make for giving and/or sharing. These are choc-oat-chip cookies. Everyone seems to enjoy these. They disappear very quickly. I, of course, couldn’t leave the recipe alone. I like to use dark brown sugar as I did with the above cookies. I also like to use chocolate chunks which I didn’t with these but will with the next batch for the Cub Scout party. And just in case you want to make some here is the recipe.

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8 Responses to Cookies!

  1. Natalie says:

    Mmmmmm, they look good πŸ™‚ I love using brown sugar in baking, it gives such a lovely flavour


  2. Michelle says:

    Thanks for sharing! I like to use light brown sugar and milk chocolate morsels instead of semi-sweet. I’ve been wanting a recipe that uses oats but NOT dreaded raisins. πŸ™‚


  3. Lisa says:

    That sounds yummy! 2 of my favorite things in one cookie!!


  4. Marilyn says:

    Umm…yummy looking…you temptress!! πŸ˜€


  5. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Oh, those look so good, I can almost taste them….hold on let me wipe the drool from the keypad. Thanks for sharing the recipe, will have to try them!


  6. Kepanie says:

    OMGosh! These look so yummy for my tummy! Mahalo for sharing the recipe.


  7. Pumpkin says:

    Looks like a great recipe! I love that you add your own little touches to it. I’m sure you will make some children very happy at the parties!


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