Our Tested Till Perfect oatmeal cookies make the best, feel-good snacks.
Watch how to decorate this classic drop oatmeal cookie recipe with a special party twist kids love in our Oatmeal Cookie video (see link below).
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Classic cookies are always a summer weekend favourite and easy for even a non-baking guest to make. Save some to bake into another treat, Fudgy Cookie Brownies, for a completely different sweet.
With a crispy exterior, soft interior and sticky date filling between them, these oversize cookies from the Canadian Living test kitchen make a perfect fireside snack.
Coconut and oatmeal lend a crunchy texture to these irresistible drop cookies. For a nut-free variation, omit the pecans or walnuts.
In large bowl, beat together butter, granulated sugar and brown sugar until fluffy; beat in egg. Beat in milk and vanilla.
In separate bowl, whisk t...
Randy McLaren from Harriet Todd Public School submitted these lacy oat cookies that you can serve as a treat.
For that festive touch, look for red and green candy-coated chocolate pieces available during the holidays.
Oatmeal and raisins go from everyday favourites to special frozen treats.
Baking with this mix is all fun and no fuss. Give it in a big jar, with the recipe, baking sheets, parchment paper, a metal rack and oven mitts.
With the tiniest stretch of imagination, this creamy concoction tastes like a mouthful of oatmeal cookies – minus the raisins, of course!
This is a cookie to satisfy anyone. The raw pumpkin seeds are also known as pepitas.
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