Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

by Koko on July 8, 2011 · 1 comment

in Baking, Cookies, Recipe

Try saying that three times over!  After reading the recipe for these cookies, I immediately added them to my “What To Bake” list (I hope I’m not the only one with a list a mile long of things to try…). And let me tell you, after making these bad boys, they will be going into permanent rotation!

This recipe had me try a couple of things that I had never done before. The first was using a scale to weigh out my balls of cookie dough before placing them on my baking tray. This ensures that all the cookies will be the exact same size. I almost always use a cookie dough scoop when I bake. It helps create even cookies, but actually weighing the balls out was brand new. If you’ve never used a scoop before I highly recommend it.

All you have to do is  take some of this delicious looking dough (obviously after you’ve already stuck a spoon in and tried it…)

And use this scoop like you would if you were scooping ice cream

I put each of my scoops on this scale (put the parchment paper on top so your scale doesn’t get greasy) and then put the scoops onto my baking trays.

The second new thing I tried with this recipe was cooling my cookies on the baking trays and not a cooling rack as usual. Usually if you leave cookies on a tray too long they dry out and get hard (not chewy like I like), but I think the short baking time and peanut butter keep the cookies moist and dense.

These cookies are HUGE, so when you bake them (and trust me you want to bake these), you only put 8 cookies on your baking tray instead of the usual 10-12. You really need to space these pups out because they grow!

Up Close and Personal

Enjoy with some ice cream like I did… mmmm.

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1 tina July 9, 2011 at 8:56 am

oh my goodness these look like they came from a bakery! so delicious! this is something a tummy ache would be worth it for!

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