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Monday, January 17, 2005

Choc-Oat Chip Cookies

I know, I know...I previously said quite with a final tone that I might not try another cookie recipe, but I could not help trying this other recipe at the label of Nestle Toll House chocolate morsels, because I had a bag of old-fashioned rolled oats which had been sitting in the pantry for eons.



Basing on my observations in the past, my kids and husband did not like whole oats in breads. I presumed that they would not like this either. I sighed deeply and got on with it.



So it was a pleasant surprise to see those cookies gone in a matter of hours that night. I said to hubby,"I thought you did not like oats?"



"Are you kidding? I LOVE OATMEAL."



Now I have run out of rolled oats.



Recipe can be found here and at the back of the packaging of Nestle Toll House Semi-Sweet Chocolate Morsels (for a video of how-to and step-by-step photos, get the idea from the Original Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe here). So, for you newbies in cookie-baking like me, go ahead and get a big pack of those morsels and share with your family these sweet delights.Posted by Hello



5 comments:

  1. I will find me a bag of that morsels and give this cookie recipe a try ...thanks for sharing Manang.

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  2. Yep, that's one of our favorite recipes too, the toll house cookie on the back of the chocolate chip package. Your cookies look great!

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  3. daughter's been on sugar panic lately..took some to work..gone in an instant..no, I don't bake them..'got to admit I cook better than I bake.

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  4. I baked another batch the next day...and I learned a lesson: NEVER BAKE ANYTHING TWICE IN A ROW. They get tired of it easily. Now I still have a dozen or so of those cookies untouched...

    Next time, 1 batch of cookies every two weeks only, and not of the same cookies in a row...no matter how much they say, "This is good! Can you make this again tomorrow? It's almost gone now." Never succumb to such requests and make them miss it.

    Sigh....why do I preoccupy myself at pleasing the tastebuds of my kids and husband?...

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