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So I took a huge risk this morning, but after finding a deal too good to pass up I had a bag of oats in my pantry so I had oatmeal for breakfast. It's only been about an hour but I haven't gotten sick. Yet. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for the day.

Anyway, on to my point. I know the internet is full of recipes but I also trust you guys more than random websites so I was hoping I could get you all to share your favorite oatmeal cookie recipes. I have one already for just plain oatmeal peanut butter but I'm looking for ones with raisins, or really anything else. I'm not free of anything other than gluten so no worries there.

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I make these for my hubs. I can't "do oats" yet. I hold out hope. :) He likes raisins in them, but I added chocolate chips instead once and he did not complain. If I were eating them, that's what I'd want in them!

My gluten-free Mom makes these too and shares them with GEs and she said no one knows the difference. They are very good.

They are from Bob's Red Mill recipe collection ( I believe)

1-1/2 cups gluten-free All Purpose Baking Flour

1 tsp Xanthan Gum

2 large Eggs

1 tsp Cinnamon

1/2 tsp Sea Salt

1 tsp Baking Soda

1 tsp Vanilla

1/2 cup Granulated Sugar

1 cup Brown Sugar

1 cup Butter (softened)

3 cups Gluten Free Rolled Oats

1 cup Raisins

Directions

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Beat butter and sugars together until smooth. Add vanilla and eggs; beat well.

In a separate bowl, blend flour, cinnamon, baking soda, salt and Xanthan Gum.

Stir flour blend into wet ingredients. Add oats and raisins and mix well.

Drop rounded tablespoons of dough onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 10 – 12 minutes, or until golden brown.

Cool for a few minutes then transfer to wire rack.

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These have passed the family test with flying colors! My husband's mother used to make oatmeal chocolate chip cookies for him all the time and he does like these.

http://glutenfreeonashoestring.com/thick-chewy-oatmeal-chocolate-chip-cookies/?erprint

I use King Arthur Flour and have baked them this time without parchment paper. My cookie sheets are new and haven't been used for other gluten cookies so I'm not worried about any Cross contamination.

Enjoy!

Diane

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Looks like they have the same ingredients! :lol:

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If the same recipe passes two tests than it must be good. I'm thinking dark chocolate chips and dried cranberries. It'll be delicious and it'll keep my husband away from them.

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I really think the key to the soft and chewiness of the second recipe is putting them in the freezer and DO NOT overcook them. They become rock hard if you do! :rolleyes:

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If the same recipe passes two tests than it must be good. I'm thinking dark chocolate chips and dried cranberries. It'll be delicious and it'll keep my husband away from them.

devious and clever girl ;)

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