Uncle Frank's wonderful Oatmeal peanut butter coikies

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FrankLee

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I started developing this recipe months ago and have it perfected to the point I no longer need to alter it. This recipe makes about 6 dozen cookies depending on size you want them. Half the recipe for lesser quantity.

In a large mixing bowl;

Melt 3 sticks of a good margarine or butter if you like.

Add 2 cups brown sugar

1 cup of peanut butter, smooth or crunchy if you like

2 eggs

I tsp salt

2 tsp baking soda

1 tablespoon cinnamon

I tsp nutmeg

2 tsp vanilla

Mix all of this thoroughly

Add 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour and mix well

Add 4 to 4 1/2 cups of 3 minute quick oats.

Mix all well do that it is a homogenous mixture.

Place finished dough into a one gallon zip lock bag and press flat. Place flat in the refrigerator for several hours until the dough is very stiff.

On bakers half sheets covered with parchment paper. Place balls of dough about 3/4" or 1" in diameter about 3" apart. Flatten the dough with a fork to about 3/8" thick.

In an oven preheated to 350° bake cookies from 11-13 minutes. Bake 2 minutes longer for a crisper. cookie.

I would post pictures but this site is not graphics friendly. I keep these cookies around all the time. They are my favorite. For a chocolate Oatmeal cookie substitute peanut butter with a cup of cocoa.
 
Dec 28, 2016
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Thanks for sharing sir!

You keep these cookies around all the time? What was your address again? :D
 

blue_ladybug

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Interesting, I've never eaten a "coikie" before.. lol ;)
 

FrankLee

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Your phone doesn't do typos...? Intelligence sees quickly and moves on without camping at the obvious...
 

blue_ladybug

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I don't use a phone..chill out, I was just being funny..I knew what "coikie" meant.. :)


Your phone doesn't do typos...? Intelligence sees quickly and moves on without camping at the obvious...
 
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oh, uncle Frank, i would love to see the cookies....... but hey, I'm hungry!!! really.... Will try the recipe soon:rolleyes: