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Friday, May 29, 2009

My Hubby's Favorite Cookie

Oatmeal Raisin has always been one of my husband's favorite cookies. So, I decided to make them for him. He likes his cookies soft and chewy, so I went on my mission to find the softest cookie recipe.

Courtesy of Allrecipes.com, I think I found a good one!

In a large bowl, cream together until smooth, 1/2 cup softened butter, 1/2 cup butter flavored shortening, 1 cup packed brown sugar, 1/2 cup granulated sugar, 2 eggs, and 1 tsp vanilla.

In a separate bowl, combine 1 1/2 cups flour, 1 tsp baking soda, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, 1/2 tsp ground cloves, and 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

Slowly turn the flour mixture into the wet mixture.

Then, stir in 1 cup raisins and 3 cups rolled or old-fashioned oats.

Drop by rounded teaspoonfuls on to ungreased baking sheets. Bake at 350 degrees F for about 9-10 minutes. Allow the cookies to cool for 2 minutes before transferring to baking sheets. Enjoy!


Yum! They turned out soft and chewy. Best of all, they got my husbands stamp of approval!

12 sweet comments:

Sherry said...

Looks great!

Mardell said...

Hi Brittany!
Mmmm ~ they look so yummy! I can never get my cookies to come out soft & chewy (esp. Choc. Chip.) I'm glad that your hubby approved! :o)

I love your little herb garden. What a thoughtful gift. You'll enjoy it for sure. I planted Basil & that's about it. Fresh herbs are so much better than dried.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Mardell

Sharon said...

You have made my son a very happy man and a very happy husband! Those look delicious!

Have a happy Friday!

Love, Sharon-Mom
P.S. Will you guys be able to make it over Saturday night for Cam's b-day? I hope so!!!

Michelle said...

Hey Brittany, I wanted to share with you something that helps with making soft cookies :) My Dad LOVES soft cookies and my Mom always seems to make them to hard. But if you use a Pampered Chef stoneware baking pan, it makes them soft EVERY time. I don't know what it is, but they are super gooey and soft. Sometimes they look like they are not quite done, but if you let them cool on the stone ware for a few mins. it continues to cook them and then they are super soft! Just thought I'd share! :)

Brittany said...

Hi Mardell!

Thanks for all of your sweet comments. I found that the cookies turn out more chewy if you only bake them for the 9 minutes. They look a little undercooked when you first take them out but they turn out wonderful after you let them cool.

I'm hoping the Herb garden turns out! Hope you're doing well!

In Him,
Brittany

Barb said...

These are one of my fav cookies also, the rest of my family doesn't care for them so I don't make them very often. Have a wonderful weekend....Barb

Leah said...

yum! i love oatmeal raisin too. love all the pictures!!! :)

Carol Kennon said...

I love oatmeal rasin cookies. These look delicious enough to try.

If you have time, enter the give away I am hosting on my blog from UPrinting.com. Winner will be announced next Friday.

Kristen said...

I just found your adorable blog and wanted to say hello. The cookies look amazing!

Donna said...

Well, my mouth is watering. I should make some for my youngest son who will be coming in this weekend. Hummmm?

Elena said...

That is on beautiful plate of cookies!

momma said...

i had some oatmeal raisin cookies once that had chocolate chips in them, too. they were really good!!!

these look yummy :)

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