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Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies 燕麦蔓月梅曲奇



These oatmeal cranberry cookies are quick and easy to prepare and they can be a hit with both the kids and adults.  Rolled oats are used in these cookies and the ingredients are easy to put together.  You can bake them in a shorter time if you prefer them to be soft and chewy in the centre or if you prefer crispy cookies, just bake them a little longer.  You can also make this as a gift for X'mas and the batter can be prepared, keep refrigerated and the cookies baked the next day.













    Recipe for Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies 


      Ingredients
      • 226 gm butter
      • 195 gm plain flour
      • 100 gm soft brown sugar
      • 30 gm caster sugar
      • 2 eggs
      • 1 tsp vanilla
      • 1 tsp bicarbonate of soda
      • 1 tsp salt (reduce or omit if you're using salted butter)
      • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
      • 260 gm rolled oats
      • 100 gm dried cranberries
      • 40 gm choc chips
      Method
      1. Sift flour with bicarbonate of soda and salt, set aside.
      2. Beat butter, add the brown sugar and caster sugar, beat till well combined.  Add in the eggs.  Add in the vanilla, mix well.
      3. Fold in sifted flour into the batter, mix well.
      4. Add in the rolled oats, choc chips, cinnamon and finally the cranberries.  Mix well.
      5. Scoop the batter with an ice cream scoop onto a parchment lined baking sheet.  Place cookies 2 inches apart, flatten slightly with your fingers.
      6. Bake in a preheated oven @ 180 deg.C for about 15 to 20 mins.
      7. Yield :  20 large cookies




    Comments

    1. These oatmeal cookies look so yummy and pretty clicks too! Yummy!

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    2. So nice!! Will try it once I free. Thanks for sharing.

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    3. Hi Cheah, I've bookmarked many recipes from Joy of Baking and this Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies is one of them. Haiz ! haven't got the time to try it.
      Your batch of cookies are so nicely baked ... like the photos too ^-^!

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      1. I've done a few of her recipes, like to visit her site. Thanks for the compliment!

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    4. I always love oatmeal cookies, esp. paired with cranberries. They look scrumptious, Cheah.

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    5. Nice! I love cranberry more so than raisin in oatmeal cookies. The cranberry red is very festive too.

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      1. Now that you mention it, yes, cranberry red is festive!

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