- 4 ounces unsalted butter (at room temperature)
- 2/3 cup light brown sugar
- 1 egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 3/4 cup all purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 1/2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats (or quick-cooking oats)
- 2/3 cup raisins
|Calories100Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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Chatwaeya 3 months ago
chewy great balance not too sweet. will definitely make this recipe a staple for the house!! followed the recipe exact.
ESM a year ago
Perfect! Did 13 minutes in the oven. In a pinch used half a cup of instant oats bc I was short on rolled oats. Turned out perfect!
Spence a year ago
A bit dry and not much flavour. Would like a cookie that spreads more when cooking too.
Norma a year ago
Not sweet enough next time I’ll add more sugar
Poplawski a year ago
Cake like made about 30 cookies
Ingrid A. a year ago
I was afraid they wouldn’t be sweet enough but they were perfect!
Nancy L. a year ago
Our families favourite cookies
Shawnta a year ago
this cookie was very dry . my family did not enjoy it at all
Billy Cape 2 years ago
It made 13 cookies instead of 24, but I like my cookies plump and medium sized.
Mary Gayowski 2 years ago
They were a little salty but that’s probably because I used sea salt instead of regular table salt. They still tasted really good! Will make them again.
Laurie Hicks-Kuykendall 2 years ago
These are my favorite oatmeal cookies
Eli G. 2 years ago
Deez cookies dank. First we whisked up the butter and sugar. Then Steven started drinking wine and things got really wild. Then we rolled em up into little balls but not too big or small... just right. By the time we were done baking the second batch the bottle of wine was finished. The cookies came out gooey on the inside but the bottoms were crispy cause of the tile. Overall I'd recommend.
Trisha C. 2 years ago
It turned out great!!! Followed every step. Thanks for thr recipe!!
Bianca W. 2 years ago
The were the perfect amount of sweetness and chewiness. I love raisins, so I added a little more to the batch. Try them with self-rising flour for puffier cookies. Either way was great! Came out perfectly.
Julie E. 2 years ago
Awesome recipe! My hubby loves oatmeal raisin cookies and these are his very favorite! Now I have to make double and triple batches so he can take them to the guys at work!
Jodee V. 3 years ago
Great recipe! I also like throwing in a handful of sunflower seeds from time to time, but as is it's a fabulous recipe with no changes needed.