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Peanut Butter, Oatmeal & Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Peanut Butter, Oatmeal & Chocolate Chunk Cookies recipe
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Creamy peanut butter and chocolate chunks: We can't think of two nicer things to happen to an oatmeal cookie.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
27 min
servings
total:
30 servings
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posted:
9/20/2006
I have made this recipe several times. The first time I made it our kids didn't even get any because my husband ate all of them that night. So much for dieting. My husband doesn't like oatmeal cookies either and had said he wouldn't try them. I didn't tell him that there was oatmeal in them until after he wouldn't put them down.
posted:
9/11/2006
LOOVED THEM! These were good. I used 1/4 cup of whole wheat flour in there, used egg beaters instead of egg, a little bit of splenda with the white sugar, the splenda brown sugar blend and smart balance light butter spread. And they are still good, the combo of peanut butter with all the ingredients is SOOOOOO GOOD! Thanks again KRAFT!
posted:
8/9/2006
Verry yummy! I couldn't put them down!
posted:
7/29/2006
These cookies are amazing! My family loves them and everyone is asking for the recipe!
posted:
5/28/2006
Very easy to make, however, I found that there wasn't enough oatmeal in the cookies (especially when the word oatmeal is in the name of the cookie).
posted:
5/22/2006
tHESE ARE THE BEST OATMEAL COOKIES THAT I HAVE EVER MADE.
posted:
5/20/2006
I used M&M's of different kinds, and also choc chips! FABULOUS!
posted:
5/13/2006
This is a great recipe, you can add almost anything to this, and it will still taste great. I added some chopped walnuts and raisins, and they were all gone the next day! I made them a bit bigger than the recipe stated, so they were a little crisp on the outside, but very soft on the inside.
posted:
5/4/2006
If "any" desert recipe seems to be tough to chew, add mayonaise. For every egg, add two tablespoon of mayo to the ingredients. Trust me, but don't tell anyone there is mayo in it. Keep it a secret! Some folks will go, "ewww"!
posted:
4/21/2006
Unlike the other reviewer, these came out nice and chewy. I used chocolate chips instead of chunks and used old fashioned oatmeal.
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