Wednesday, February 15, 2012


Hello, my friends, here is yet another wonderful cookie.  One more recipe to add to my addiction! These cookies are crunchy on the outside and chewy in the middle, with a nice thin coating of cinnamon icing on top.  A keeper for sure, I found these cookies on shugary sweets, that sounds like me!  Made by Aimee.  She has more cookies and lots of goods on her blog. I only took a couple of pictures, my baking pans are looking pretty seasoned.  Thank you Aimee for a delicious oatmeal cookie.............

1 cup butter, melted and slightly cooled
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar   I used light brown
2 eggs
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
1 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp baking soda
1 TBSP baking powder
2 cups quick oatmeal
2 cups flour

-  In a food processor, pulse the oats until partly ground.  Don't make a fine powder, leave some chunks.  Pulse the oats about  6 times at 1-2 seconds each. set aside.
-   Melt the butter and allow to cool.
-  Using your stand mixer if you have one, or a big mixing bowl add the cooled butter and mix along with the sugars.
-.  Add the eggs one at a time and mix after each addition.
-  I used a large bowl and added all the dry ingredients and using my whisk I combine the ingredients well then add to the creamed butter and sugar.  Mix.
-  Prepare cookie sheets with parchement paper and using my cookie scoop which holds about 2 TBSP I scooped the dough onto the paper and baked them for about 14-15 minutes.   If you want them crunchier, then bake a minute or so more.   Remove from oven allow to cool for a little then move to cooling rack.  Cool completely before icing.
In a small bowl make the icing.  The amount of ingredients you use will depend on the size of your cookies.   I made my cookies bigger and got 2 1/2 dozen, 3 inch cookies   I used 1 cup confectioners' sugar, 8 TBSP heavy cream, a good sprinkle of cinnamon.  I still had some icing left.  


  1. I'd like a couple of these to snack on tihis afternoon! Nothing better than a good oatmeal cookie!

  2. How fun! These remind me of cookies from childhood!

  3. Mmmm, I loved iced oatmeal cookies! These look good!

  4. My brother loves oatmeal cookies, so I bet he would enjoy your cookies. They do look very tasty. Don't worry about your cookie sheet. That just means you have made many good treats that your family has enjoyed. Sounds like this yummy recipe will be enjoyed again. Andi, thank you for sharing your ideas on my party each week!

  5. Yummy, these cookies sound wonderful. I love a cookie that has icing on it.

  6. Iced oatmeals are my favorite.....Thanks for linking up @CountryMommaCooks…Have a wonderful Sunday:)