Oatmeal PB&J Cookies

You know how I know when a recipe is good? When I use my own blog to make the recipe again icon smile Oatmeal PB&J Cookies

The hubby walked by me in the kitchen tonight as said, “Are you using a recipe off your own blog?” And I said, “Heck yes I am!”

I made another batch of these Cranberry Corn Muffins tonight because I noticed that I had 3 bags of cranberries in the freezer. I used the same recipe, except I used a container of plain Greek yogurt instead of the oil. They turned out great!

After dinner, I was craving a cookie. Ok actually, I’m craving frozen yogurt. I have been for about 3 weeks. The hubby doesn’t like to eat ice cream in the winter. This consequently decreases my intake as well. It’s a bummer. Anyways, I knew the frozen yogurt wasn’t happening tonight so I decided to whip up a batch of cookies. I wanted to make something  a little different so I started my search for a healthy peanut butter cookie recipe with oats. Easier said than done.

I finally came across this one by Tina @ Carrots & Cake and decided that with a few changes it might work.

Here’s what to do:

Mix the peanut butter and butter. Then add in the egg and sugar.

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Mix in the flour, oats, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon. Then, most importantly, the chocolate chips!

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I used my handy dandy cookie scoop to get the dough, but it was a little crumbly so I used my hands to push each ball together more firmly. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes. After five minutes, use a fork to smash each cookie down a little bit.

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Like I said, they’re a little crumbly. What does that mean…anyone? I need more liquid?

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I did a little taste test and they were pretty good, but they were missing something. Then I remembered these cookies from Jessica @ How Sweet. They were on my Christmas baking list and never got made. So, I added some strawberry jam to one of my cookies and it was perfect!

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My only advice is to only put the jam on right before you eat the cookie. I don’t think they’d store well all covered in jam icon smile Oatmeal PB&J Cookies

So tell me, what’s your favorite cookie recipe? Feel free to leave links for me. I’m always looking for new ones!

Enjoy!
–Lindsay–

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Comments

  1. Sometimes I have to reference my own blog for a recipe too! It’s quite convenient if I do say so myself!

  2. dang girl, the cookies look delicious! i love monster cookies – my sister and i make them with mini chocolate chips, m&m’s, oats, pb, raisins…. probably other things thrown in too. so good!

  3. They look yummy and what a great idea with the jam! I will have to try that next time!

  4. Okay, you’ve once again sucked me in on this one! These look really good and that’s such a good idea to put a dab of jelly on the top! Sweet!

  5. What fun cookies – they sound so tasty and a little on the addicting side.. :)

  6. PBJ and oatmeal and cookies? Great combo!

  7. I love using my blog to pull up a recipe! I love having my own online cookbook!

    These cookies look great! My favorite cookies are a oatmeal raisin cranberry chocolate chip cookie that I make. Which reminds me that I need to make them again soon!

  8. Wow, anything pb&j oriented works for me! These look great! I also do the same thing and look up my own blog recipes all the time. My husband gets such a kick out of it!

  9. These look awesome. I’ve been craving cooking lately. I might need to make them!

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