I’ve never baked from frozen myself, but you could give it a try. Did you make any substitutions? Hi. You can update your privacy settings to enable this content. I looked at google but still I want to ask you. Hi Jen! Great tips, I will have to try that next time I make them. I’m so glad you like these. Information is not currently available for this nutrient. I’m not complaining! Hi Amy! Do i lessen the amount of oats if i were to use quick cooking oats? Cool slightly; remove from cookie sheet to wire rack. I would opt for the quick cook ones, though the texture will be a bit different. From a fellow Canadian. I opted out cinnamon too, only like to use in oatmeal if I’m doing with dried fruit and nuts vs chocolate. I always add the cinnamon and they turn out perfectly from following the recipe. Info. Hi Lisa! They were a big hit! GREAT recipe! Preheat oven to 350 °F. Thanks so much for your comment, I’m so glad you guys like the recipe! I dont have a butter-free chocolate chip cookie recipe so you must have me confused with someone else. Since this is a cookie recipe (vs cake), I would first try the recipe as-is and if it doesn’t quite turn out you can try some of these tips: https://www.kingarthurflour.com/learn/resources/high-altitude-baking. The only thing I don’t like about these cookies is how many they make. They are so incredibly the most delicious oatmeal cookies we have ever had. I am right there with you. But I’m sure there are nutritional calculators online if you put in the ingredients :). Thank you!! , Hi Carly, that should work fine but your cookies will likely have a different texture. Hi Jennifer! To be honest, I actually have a hard time choosing between the two. I skip the cinnamon too ;). So happy to hear that you liked these . Followed the ingredients to a T (except the cinnamon) and they turned out really well. Hi Kristen! Thanks again for the many years filled with now a family recipe. I’m so glad you liked them! I still had perfect results and I did chill in between each batch baking. My new go-to recipe. Glad you guys loved them I recommend freezing some so that cookies are always at hand , Oh my goodness this recipe is a big hit. Am I the only one hearing angels singing?? I've tried several oatmeal cookie recipes and this one definitely is the best. They were so good! it’s my favourite recipe and I’ve used since a long time now! I’ll make them again for sure this is my oatmeal cookie recipe In a large bowl, beat the butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar together for 30 seconds until blended. I substituted coconut oil for the butter and used dark chocolate chips so the cookies would be healthier - Yum!!! I am doing a different cookie, too, so if I get tired of scooping, would these work as cookie bars so I could just spread it all in a pan?? Thanks for the recipe, it’s a keeper! Cream together butter and sugar in a bowl, then mix in vanilla. You’d need 2-3 times the amount of baking powder, so I recommend sticking with baking soda to ensure the cookies bake up correctly. Sometimes A different sugar ratio, sometimes almond flour, coconut oil (still deish) ALWAYS nuts but, NEVER, NEVER, EVER Raisins! Thank you for sharing this recipie! Looking forward to my bananas browning. It makes, I feel, a pretty burley amount but they just don’t seem to last long enough at my house! These cookies don’t spread a lot, but they should spread *some*. They should still be delicious! . Going to try that. What a great memory though. Unfortunately I didn’t have any brown sugar so I googled how to make brown sugar. 2) Cut the salt down to less than 1/2 teaspoon 3)I increased the baking soda by half a teaspoon for a grand total of one FULL teaspoon baking soda 4)Used about 3/4 cup Cape Cod dried cranberries and half a bag of Hershey's milk chocolate chips. My 3 month old and I thank you! Thanks So Much for your quick reply!! Add comma separated list of ingredients to include in recipe. Will share your blog with others. I added chopped almonds + unsweetened coconut along with the choc chips! Thick, moist, chewy, delicious, PERFECT! While I certainly wouldn’t hate on a raisin in a cookie, I definitely PREFER chocolate.