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OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES

Are you looking for a unique cookie?  If so, you have to try these OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES.

HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES

HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES

 BEST OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES

These oatmeal cream cookies are crunchy on the outside and incredibly moist on the inside.  If you love a crunchy oatmeal cookie, you will enjoy these cookies filled with toffee and pecans.  They are fantastic all by themselves, but when you add the delicious cream filling, they are amazing.

The original cookie recipe is from Susan Mallery’s Fools Gold Cookbook.

Therefore, I made these cookies after reviewing her cookbook.  Over the top, Out of the park is what I think about these Oatmeal Toffee Cookies.  After making these cookies for the first time, my family, including myself, almost ate all the dough before we could put the second batch in the oven.  Hence, we love oats with the toffee and pecans.  Most of all, it is a terrific combination!

Vanilla Cream Filling

This time, I made a vanilla cream filling to go between two cookies.  The filling is made with butter, shortening, powdered sugar, vanilla, and milk.  As a result, it is light and sweet and goes perfectly with these soft, crunchy cookies.

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HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES
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How To Make The Best Oatmeal Cream Cookies

Prep Time5 hrs 36 mins
Cook Time5 hrs 36 mins
Course: COOKIES
Cuisine: American
Author: Recipes for our Daily Bread

Ingredients

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup unsalted butter 1 stick, at room temperature
  • ¾ cup light brown sugar packed
  • Egg one large
  • Pure Vanilla One teaspoon
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 & ¼ cups rolled oats traditional or old fashioned oats not quick-cooking
  • one cup chopped chocolate-covered toffee bars such as Heath bars
  • And 1 cup walnuts or pecans, chopped
  • FILLING:
  • ½ cup unsalted butter softened
  • ½ shortening
  • 3 1/2 cups confectioners' sugar sifted
  • A teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • And One tablespoon milk

Instructions

  • First of all, Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • In addition, Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper.
  • Also, In a medium bowl with an electric mixer on high-speed, cream the butter, brown sugar, egg, and vanilla.
  • Mix in dry ingredients; just until blended.
  • Next, Fold in oats, toffee bars, and walnuts OR pecans.
  • Finally, drop cookies using a regular ice cream scoop onto the baking sheets lined with parchment paper.
  • Next, Chill the unbaked cookies for 20 minutes in the refrigerator.
  • For your information, you can also freeze them at this point. Once the cookies are frozen, put them into a ziplock freezer bag.
  • Bake 15 minutes until the edges are golden but still wet looking in the middle.
  • The final step, Cool on a wire rack.
  • FILLING:
  • For best results, use an electric mixer and cream the butter and shortening.
  • Slowly add the powder sugar, vanilla, and milk.

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2 thoughts on “OATMEAL CREAM COOKIES”

  1. OK, so oatmeal cookies just so happen to have been my favorite since I was a kid, but I have never had them with cream in the center. So, might have to try this when I make a batch soon for my family and for me, of course!! 🙂

    • Janine,

      It seems like oatmeal cookies are another thing we have in common. They are extremely delicious especially with the cream filling. You will have to give it a try.

      Have a great Sunday!
      Blessings,
      Diane

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