Best Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Jun 10

oatmeal cookies

Oatmeal cookies are the all time favorite cookies of my kids. There are many ways to bake Oatmeal Cookies. I have tried all sorts of Oatmeal cookies’ recipe but the best recipe is one that Lauren discovered in the internet called “Wyomings Best Oatmeal Cookies”. I made a little variation to the original recipe by adding nuts. Other than that, the recipe is easy to prepare, bake and is very tasty. Quite healthy too with the natural fiber of oatmeal.

Here is my recipe.

Ingredients

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3 eggs, well beaten
1/2 cup nuts
1/2 cup raisins (Original recipe is 1 cup raisins)
1 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup white sugar
2 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
2 teaspoon baking soda
2 cps oatmeal.

Procedure

1. Combine eggs, raisins and vanilla and let stand for 1 hour covered with plastic wrap.

2. Cream butter and sugar.

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Butter and sugar are creamed

3. Add flour, salt, cinnamon and baking soda to sugar mixture.

4. Mix well.

5. Blend in egg-raisin mixture and oatmeal. Dough will be stuff.

6. Drop by heaping teaspoon onto ungreased cookie sheet or roll into small balls and flatten slightly on cookie sheet. To make large oatmeal cookies, I got a 1/4 cup and scooped the dough in it and formed the cookie on the cookie sheet.

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7. Bake at 350 F for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly brown.

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Noemi Lardizabal-Dado (364 Posts)

Noemi, Editor of Blog Watch and features editor of Philippine Online Chronicles is a 55 year old mother to three kids and is married to Atty. Luis H. Dado. She loves being a full time mother and homemaker after retiring as a Researcher/Consultant from the UP Institute for Small Scale Industries in 1987. Now that her children are all college graduates, she devotes her time to grief support, blogging, new media events and using her blogs to promote online advocacies. Her personal blog is at aboutmyrecovery.com, which garnered numerous awards such as Best Website, Blog Category during the 9th and 10th Philippine Web Awards. Her blog also won in the Blog- Personal Category of the DigitalFilipino.com Web Awards 2007 and Globelines Broadband Family Blog Award (in honor of family-oriented blogging) 2007 Philippine Blog Award. Globe also recognized her as Digital Elder in the 2009 Philippine Blog Award.


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  • vanessa journey

    my husband loves oatmeal cookies and i tried this recipe for my first ever home-made oatmeal cookie. he loved it so much that he asked me to make another batch for him to take to his office and he told me that they just love the cookies. They couldn’t believe that it was home-made. They thought that he bought it from the store. :) We also shared it to our next door neighbor who have 2 kids and the following day they asked if we still have some cookies left because according to them they were so delicious haha!

    I was so pleased since I’m just starting to learn how to cook and bake. I did change some things a lil bit though. I didn’t follow n0. 1 procedure (let stand for 1hour) since I was in a hurry and I didnt put cinnamon.

    I thank you for this recipe and this website is a great help for me. Your instructions are easy to follow and your recipes are oh so good!

    Keep posting! :)

  • noemi

    glad you liked it. It’s the best oatmeal recipe I ever tested. I even used this recipe to make a batch of oatmeal cookies to give away last Christmas. Sure I will keep posting!

    Good luck to more baking!

  • tin

    hi there! i’ve been looking for a simple cookie recipe and found your site :) it’s going to be my first time to bake. sorry if this is a silly question.. but do i need to preheat the oven? thanks!!

  • Emzi

    thanks for posting. i will definitely try this. and i’ll remove the cinnamon too like vanessa journey. i don’t like the strong taste of cinnamon. :D

    thanks for sharing again! i’ll let you know how my cookies turn out! :)

  • kate

    hi you mentioned about vanilla in the procedure but i didn’t see it in the ingredients. Please tell me how much should i put. I am very new in baking and i want to try making oatmeal cookies. Thanks.

  • fatchickz

    hey thanks for the recipe. my brother really loves it and my sister wouldnt believe that i was the one who baked it. Was cool. Keep posting!

  • ihosfda

    really, i am having trouble with the vanilla thing

  • Patricia

    I’m not good at baking, but I tried to follow this recipe the best I could and the results were amazing! My family and I love cinnamon, which helped a lot because my younger brother hates raisins, yet was able to eat them without thinking about it. My only problem was that they came out hard and not soft and shewy.

  • Sherryl

    Thank you for sharing your recipe, iam a first time baker and soo glad that i made my first a success, already bake 2 dozen last week and planning to make more per hubbys request to give to our friends and family. I really love your recipe..

    Re vanilla: i just put 1tsp and its good!

  • bob

    nice recipe, I just have one question I really love cookies and would like to try make my own cookies but we don’t have any baking oven only a microwave oven and a turbo broiler. Is it possible to make a good cookie with them?

    I don’t think the microwave is a good choice, but how about the turbo broiler, has anyone tried to bake cookies in a turbo broiler?

  • leslie

    yum! it tried the recipe its very good!but i think it needs at least 15 mins to bake so that it becomes crispy.i tried to put 2 tsps vanilla and it worked (for me).thanx for the recipe!

  • Vanessa

    I have been making these oatmeal cookies and my husband just love it so much! He always bring some to work coz his officemates love it too :-) tnx!

  • lj

    Hi!

    I’ve tried your recipe and is surely good. Thanks for posting.
    Just so you know, it’s my first ever try at baking and was glad that it was a success..

  • http://www.middlemman.wordpress.com Emman

    just tried it now! its perfect! yummy!
    .-= Emman´s last blog ..Facebook No More! =-.

  • anir

    It’s my first time baking by myself and the cookies had a bitter aftertaste. I followed the recipe but I took out the nuts, raisin and switched white sugar to brown.
    I wonder what I did wrong?
    Could it be that I creamed it the wrong way?
    Did I put too much baking soda (I followed the 2 tsps baking soda though)?

  • lj

    Hi Anir,

    I made 2 batches already with bitter aftertaste.. I’m changing the baking soda for the next batch that I am going to make… I’ll post my updates…

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  • Mills

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  • Lyka

    I love it!! My classmates and I made this (w/o the nuts) for our practicum and my teacher loved it and gave us perfect scores. I must say it’s best with milk. Thanks for posting this :)

  • Princess

    Hi! I followed your recipe but instead of using baking soda i used baking powder. My cookies came out soft. Does using baking powder instead of baking soda affected the texture? I really want my cookies to be crispy. I wonder what went wrong.

    Please help! Thank you!

  • noemi

    maybe your oven was not hot enough. Check done-ness before removing out of the oven

  • http://denzdiane.multiply.com Diane Balite

    Hi po =) thanks for sharing your recipe…this is what I did =)

    http://denzdiane.multiply.com/reviews/item/36/Best_Oatmeal_Cookie_Recipe

  • Don Edward Estinos

    Ma’am Noemi.
    Can I ask a question??? Food Technologist po ba kau?

  • rino

    hi. can this be baked with a microwave?

  • Rio

    hello, ms noemi. im a 20-yr-old girl who love to coo. we don’t have a baking/microwave oven here at home and it always saddened me for not being able not to bake anything!! >.<

    can you give me a few recipes on what i can cook/bake using turbo?? and pls, only pastry stuff. thank you!!!

  • Arcee

    Hello. I just want to ask how many cookies can this recipe yield? How big? Thanks a bunch!

  • Shamsia

    Thanks for the recipe! I tried to make bars instead of cookies because we have a small oven. Instead of waiting for one hour for the raisins to hydrate, I just cut them up and let them stand with the egg for 30 minutes. Also, I put chocolate bar bits (white and dark) and they came out really, really good!