How to Make Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

See how to make a top-rated cookie recipe that combines the chewy texture of oatmeal cookies with the chocolaty goodness of chocolate chip cookies. Easy and …

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  1. emilychia71 says:

    Can we use

  2. evilcrumbs says:

    Love it

  3. Allrecipes says:

    Thank you for your question. Quick cooking oats are grounded into smaller
    pieces than old fashioned oats and therefore take a shorter time to bake.
    We’d recommend using quick cooking oats in these cookies. Happy baking!

  4. Allrecipes says:

    Thanks for your question Eva! You could try using porridge oats instead of
    quick-cooking oats. Since porridge oats take a bit longer to cook, the
    cookie texture will be chewier. Give it a try, let us know what you think!

  5. Allrecipes says:

    Thank you for your feedback. We’re happy to hear you loved the cookies. You
    can store them in an air tight container for a few days – if they won’t be
    eaten by then! Enjoy.

  6. Allrecipes says:

    Great question. We would recommend first grinding up the old fashioned oats
    slightly in a food processor and then they are good to go for this recipe.
    Happy baking!

  7. Annie Wu says:

    Could you bake them on a parchment paper covered baking sheet?

  8. karatepro97 says:

    hi ;) I just tried the recipe and the cookies taste fantastic! but how long
    can I store them? Thanks:)

  9. Jimmy Lu says:

    Looks like curry

  10. Ana Ruiz says:

    Loved the recipe i’m going to try it today

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