Oatmeal Cookie Recipes from Cookie Madness
Welcome to the Cookie Madness Oatmeal Cookies archive! I hope you have time to browse, but if you’re in a hurry or just want some recommendations, here are some top picks.
You can’t go wrong with Martha Stewart’s Kitchen Sink Cookies or the Bouchon Oatmeal Cookies (Harvest Grains) copycat. Both recipes give you big, chewy, bakery style cookies.
A recipe that’s very popular with readers is Thin Chewy Oatmeal Cookies. They are on the sweet side, but good.
One that I personally like that is slightly less sweet, soft, a TINY bit cakey (from the Greek yogurt) yet chewy from molasses is the One Bowl Oatmeal Cookies recipe. You can mix and match different oils, sugars, types of molasses and of course add-ins like raisins, dates and dried cranberries. These are also relaxing to make since you just stir everything together in a bowl.
If you’re in a maple mood, a good bet is Maple Glazed Oatmeal Cookies. I made these back when I was obsessed with Anguilla for some reason. Still haven’t been to Anguilla (but I have been to Vermont).
Searching for slightly healthier cookies sweetened only with banana? I don’t make these often, but they get great reviews. All Natural Oatmeal Cookies Need a vegan oatmeal cookie? Try these!
I wish more people would make the Nutty Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Friends who have tried them usually request a second batch! Maybe something about the almonds and coconut? Over the years they’ve gained a little cult following from friends, yet I don’t have a lot of reviews from other bakers.