Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies


. Y'all know that I'm partial to my "Bomb.com Chocolate Chip cookie" recipe (the name was given by Mason) :) but I'm always open to trying something new and was SO PLEASED with how these oatmeal chocolate chip cookies turned out.




What You'll Need...
- 2 sticks of room temperature butter
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 2 1/3 cups flour 
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 2 eggs
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup rolled oats
- 1.5 cups chocolate chips


Let's all pretend that I didn't forget to put the flour out for the ingredient picture above :) 

- STEP ONE -
Cream the butter and sugars together.



- STEP TWO -
Beat in the two eggs and vanilla (don't overmix)


- STEP THREE -
Mix the flour, salt and baking soda together.  Use a fork to fluff it up a bit and get air into the flour and then add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix.



- STEP FOUR -
Mix in the oats and chocolate chips.



- STEP FIVE -
Drop the dough onto a baking sheet (I used a 1/8 cup scoop) and bake at 350 for 10 minutes.


DONE!!! AND SO SO SO GOOD!!!



These cookies were chewy in the middle with crispy edges and bottom.  PERFECT!!!  



I definitely think I'll add these into my regular baking rotation and would love to see what you think if you end up trying them.  

And be sure to click  HERE to check out my other recipes.

Happy Wednesday, friends!

37 comments :

  1. Maybe you forgot the flour for the picture because you also forgot to include it in the list of ingredients? :)

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    1. They are toward the top of the post :)

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    2. The ingredients are listed toward the top of the post :)

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  2. This look really good! How much flour do you use?

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  3. Thank you for this, please let us know how much flour to use. Look forward to trying this!

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  4. Yum! How much flour do you add?

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  5. Those look delish and you have the best recipe pics! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. How much flour, these look yummy!

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  7. No need to try without the correct amount of flour. Move on.

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  8. Yes these look great. I am guessing 2 cups flour???

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  9. Looks yummy I will share the recipe!!😊😊

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  10. I was about to try this today, when I noticed the missing flour too.:) How much flour do you use? Thank you for this recipe. My husband loves oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

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  11. The butter is at top of list. Although her typing finger got too excited and added 20 sticks of butter too many.😉. However I am sure even the most novice Baker would note it as a typo. The photo does show 2 stk as confirmation.☺️

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  12. Wow, 22 sticks of butter! LOL! :-)

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  13. Edit 22 sticks of butter!!:)
    Looks good. I make them with white whole wheat flour.

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  14. i had a heart attack when i saw on the recipe 22 sticks of butter lol! so glad the picture only shows 2 or i would of thought this recipe realllly needed butter :)

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  15. hey cute girl! these look delish! you might want to also edit the amount of butter too - 22 sticks seems slightly excessive...only slightly though haha! hope ya'll are havin a blast in san antonio :)

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  16. I'm guessing that the 22 sticks of butter should just be 2????

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  17. 22 sticks of butter seems like a lot imo. ;)

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  18. 22 sticks of butter? :P an obvious typo but i still giggled!! Hope you and your fam are having a wonderful spring break!!

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  19. Hi, is there a place where I can find the recipe ready to "PRINT"?

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  20. Hi again.
    Just want to share that I love your blog and all the recipes. I must be doing something wrong... I can't find a recipe that can be printed. Please advice.

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  21. Andrea- what type of cookie sheet is that?? Sometimes i use parchment paper, other times no.....these pans look good!!

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  22. Made these cookies tonight and they are a big hit. Love all of the recipes you post

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  23. Oooo I must try these! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. Hi Andrea! These look amazing! Are those the "goldtouch" baking sheets from Williams Sonoma?!

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  25. Is there someone who can answer my question..."WHERE is the full recipe (ingredients and steps) that can be printed?" I tried to print the recipe for a pumpkin cake, and ended up with lots of sheets with photos. The cake turned out delicious!!

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  26. I'm working on figuring out how to make printable recipes - sorry! I'm not sure how to do this in blogger but promise I'm looking for a solution :)

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    1. could you at least tell us how much flour you used?

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    2. I added it to the ingredien list at the top of the post on Wednesday morning ;) 2 1/3 cups

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  27. Thanks for this recipe! The cookies were delicious. A family favorite for sure :)

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  28. I made these cookies this morning. They are SO GOOD! Thank you for the recipe and for putting up with the nit-picky critics above. I also now only use your chocolate chip cookie recipe (the bomb.com!) & get compliments everytime I make them. Can't wait for my boys & hubby to try these cookies this afternoon!

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