Thin and Crispy Oatmeal Cookies
Equally good dunked in a cup of hot coffee or ice cold milk, you likely will be transported back to your childhood with the first bite this old fashioned classic.—Julie RothmanThis recipe is by Julie Rothman and was adapted from a recipe by Cooks Illustrated. This recipe was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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Coconut Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
This chunky cookie is full of good things - dried cherries, coconut, oats and white chocolate chips. Bake up a batch to share with your family.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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These cookies have a few ingredients that are more nutritious than chocolate chips or sugar cookies, but are just as delicious. Courtesy of Domino Sugar
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Apple Crisp Oatmeal Cookies
Create a sweet autumn snack by adding the flavor of apple crisp to delectable oatmeal cookies.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Loaded Cherry Oatmeal Cookies
What if you could pump up the nutritional content of your kids’ favorite cookie? That is exactly what I have done with these Loaded Cherry Oatmeal cookies. Sure, they have butter and sugar, but they also have the goodness of whole grains and antioxidant power from dried cherries and my secret ingredient, cacao nibs.Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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Energy Cookies
Sometimes, as much as we love cookies, it's important to balance sweets with nutritious foods. Luckily, these cookies are a little bit of both. Courtesy of Krusteaz
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Chocolate Cookie
If Anne Burrell’s recipe for chocolate chunk cookies is good enough for Taylor Swift, it’s definitely good enough for us.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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pumpkin oatmeal cookies
This cookie recipe is a healthier alternative to others because of the added Greek yogurt, whole wheat pastry flour, rolled oats, walnuts, and dark chocolate. Greek yogurt adds extra protein, and is a substitute for a ½ cup of butter. The whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and walnuts bring in additional protein and fiber. The molasses contributes not only great flavor, but a good amount of potassium. Last, but not least, the dark chocolate is a great addition of iron, and more potassium and fiber. Just because it’s the holidays it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice your health — have a treat that’s both healthy and sweet. This recipe is courtesy of Alisha Falkenstein
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Pecan Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cookies
The cookies are so soft and chewy and the combination of old-fashioned oats and pecans with pumpkin spice is splendid. — Dishes and Dust Bunnies 
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Oatmeal cookies garner their fame from their chewy consistency and adaptability. Raisins can be swapped out for other dried fruits, and chocolate chips can be added to make them extra indulgent. 
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