Saturday, February 12, 2011
Oatmeal cookies are the best during the winter. Actually they're pretty good anytime of year, but there's something very hearty about them that warms you up from the inside when it's cold and snowy outside. I love the cinnamon and raisin variety. The chocolate chip version is mighty good too.
I've been using an adapted recipe from the Field Guide to Cookies along with another recipe. But then I saw this recipe and wanted to try it. The proportions of butter, sugar, flour, and oatmeal call for halves rather than thirds like my other recipe. I cut the recipe in half, so there wouldn't be as many cookies. There has to be a rational point of stopping! Plus I added some coconut, and a few white chocolate chips too.
These cookies are so melty, rich, gooey, and chewy!
Happily the weather pattern seems to have changed and we haven't had a snowstorm in over a week! Plus, we're supposed to be in for a warm-up. I'll be baking these again. Regardless of the weather.
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