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11 comments to “Oatmeal Cookies with Pecans and Cranberries”

  1. Those look delicious and I really like your first photograph – it’s beautiful.

  2. I have to say, I love this whole series of cranberry recipes. You can never get too much cranberry, I’m sure of that. And with pecan, and in a crunchy oatmeal cookie? So much goodness.

  3. The crazy thing is that I still have a few cranberry recipes coming your way! I really can’t get enough.

  4. Ummm…SO GOOD…. small wild animals will chase you down for these.

  5. mmmm this look edlish I’m going to try making these for my kids today. Lovely blog by the way I’ll be back for more
    Claire, Wales, UK

  6. Your cookies look so good. They must be delicious. yum yum yum

  7. Dear Tim,

    I need to consult a cranberry expert (you!). My Granny makes the best cranberry salad. She has a manual grinder that she clamps onto the table and then grinds up a bunch of cranberries, apples, and oranges. My Mom makes it too but uses a Cuisinart. Granny claims that the Cuisinart pulverizes the seeds of the cranberries, thereby making the salad bitter, which her woman-powered, trusty, old grinder does not do. Could this be true? Are the seeds of the cranberry bitter when they are ground up?????

    Thanks! Sarahbee

  8. Well Sarah, I am not one to argue with Grandma but I haven’t noticed that cranberries become bitter after a trip through the food processor. If you have a food mill you could try that, but honestly I think it will be okay in the food processor. If you try, let me know!

  9. I was searching thru your recipes and I think this one looks amazing, I can’t wait to try it. I am always looking for different recipes for cookies and love the combination of cranberries and pecans!!

  10. The photos are nice. And this flavor of cookies is my favorite, can’t wait to make it myself!

  11. Hi

    I usually like to use light brown sugar in my oatmeal cookies, by using dark brown sugar do it overpower the flavor of the cookies.

What do you think?