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24 comments to “Oatmeal Cookies”

  1. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Yum—I’m usually not a huge crisp cookie fan, but these are tempting. love the addition of sea salt on top!

  3. yum! im totes gonna make these!! your fave lady posted these a while back:
    http://smittenkitchen.com/2008/05/crispy-salted-oatmeal-white-chocolate-cookies/

    i have made then a couple times and they are ab fab! you should def try them out! the white chocolate makes them a bit sweeter and the salt on top is perfect!

  4. Thin and crisp or thick and chewey—totally doesn’t matter. If it’s good, it’s good. The sea salt is a nice addition too!

  5. Oh yummy. **drools**

  6. Hi Tim!
    I found your site a while back over tastepotting but only just now realized who it belonged to (felt a little like I knew somebody important). The site is beautiful and I’m hoping I can scrape a couple free hours to make every cookie recipe on here in the near future.

    Hope you are doing well,
    debi nafis

  7. These look deliciously buttery. Thanks for sharing!

  8. I agree with duo dishes. I like that you used sea salt. Now you just need a drizzle of caramel over the top and it would put it over the edge!

  9. Yum! Oatmeal cookies are my absolute favorite and I will have to give these a try. Any tips on baking them in higher altitude? I just moved and am still trying to figure out how to bake up here near the mountains :)

  10. I prefer a soft, chewy cookie but it’s nice to see a fresh variation of traditional oatmeal raisin cookies.

  11. T – I just made these. Amazing. But I have to admit I added chocolate chips. I couldn’t help myself. Do you think that is a travesty or does it get your stamp of approval? XO

  12. Those look soooooo good! I love a good and crispy oatmeal cookie and the salt would take it over the edge into awesome, I think. Yum!

  13. Sivan: How did I miss those? So funny she and I and our love of the same recipes.

    Debi: Hi! Good to see your name. Glad you found me. I’d love to hear what you have been up to. E-mail!

    Steph: I forgive you.

  14. Just found your site looking for oatmeal biscuits. These are heavenly delicious. I use Himalayan pink salt-slightly more delicate than Malden-thanks yum!

  15. i ran across this post a while back, and finally got around to trying them about three weeks ago.
    i’ve made them two more times since.
    they are absurdly good, so thank you for bringing the recipe into my life.

  16. Tim,

    I made these last night and they turned out so great. They are calling my name right now!

    Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  17. I made these cookies last week and they were really great! Thanks for sharing another wonderful recipe. I added it to my blog using my own pictures and giving credit and a link back to your site. Hope this is okay, let me know if this is a problem :)

  18. Thanks for sharing that link, Allison! Those look great!

  19. This recipe was delightful. Thanks for sharing!

  20. I’ve made these cookies lots of times, and they really are my favorite oatmeal cookie! For me they’re perfect just the way they are, without adding extra stuff, although the kiddos like chocolate chips! Just made a batch today and couldn’t figure out why the batter was so dry. Turns out I only put in one stick of butter! Dang it!

  21. loved these. Although I didn’t have enough to butter so I subbed half cocoanut oil. And added shite and dark chocolate chips and walnuts. Mmmmmmmm

  22. Lucia boode says:

    August 20th, 2015 at 3:35 pm

    Love your oatmeal cookies,have become the families favourite

  23. Hey sweety, this recipe is the bomb!!! My husband(very spoiled) loves these. But as a good Texas Grandma I had to add some pecans…..oh my. Also love your web site, I’ll be borrowing some more of y’all recipes. Love from Texas