Original recipe yields 18 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
The caramels really need to be cut in half; they run all over the cookie sheet while baking if left whole. The caramel also gets VERY hard after the cookies have cooled...a couple seconds in th...
They aren't the prettiest cookie. And I cut the caramel candy into pieces so that the caramel would spread
it is not sweet enough, too dry and too much oats...the only thing nice is it is chewy enough where the caramel is and the texture is better than other cookies...but i will not make that again
Very Good!!!! But, better to melt all carmels together and then drissle over cookies at the end.
Christina, all three of my kids fell on the floor when they tasted this cookie!! it is incredible!!! u rock!!!
These cookies are dry, very messy, and not at all attractive. The first batch I baked almost ruined my cookie sheet because the caramel ran everywhere. It helped to flatten the cookie or cut t...
I've found that cutting the caramels in half keeps them from running over the cookie onto the pan. You end up with a caramel puddle in the middle - which I like.
My family and I loved these cookies and this is the only oatmeal cookie recipe I will use.
Yes, they were moist, but I had a hard time getting the carmel to melt before burning the cookie. I wouldn't make this recipe again.