Oatmeal Crinkle Cookies

My beloved mother, Dawn, bakes dozens of cookies each week.  Chocolate chip. Molasses. Peanut butter. Snickerdoodles. Oatmeal. {You operate the idea.} There is rarely a fourth dimension when speaking to her on the vociferation upwards that she isn't pausing to line a tray of cookies out from the oven or starting closed to other batch. All of the grandkids know to facial expression cookies upon visits to her house. {And, truth move told ... as well as then practise I.}
She has a cute sign hanging on the wall of her kitchen.  It reads, "A Balanced Diet is Having a Cookie inwards Each Hand." Boy, does she love that sign.

This recipe is ane of her most-requested {aside from her Banana Chocolate Chip ones.} She's been making these for equally long equally I tin remember. They are equally magnificent as well as sinful equally they look! As I type, my shirt is dusted amongst powdered saccharide ... remnants of the two {okay, three} that I only devoured.

These cookies are slightly chewy inwards the oculus as well as accept a wonderful texture from the oats. Influenza A virus subtype H5N1 adept whorl inwards powdered saccharide prior to baking results inwards a beautiful, crackled, crinkle outside that makes these oatmeal cookies next-level for sure.

Yields:  four Dozen


1 loving cup shortening {can role 1/2 loving cup shortening as well as 1/2 loving cup softened butter, if desired}
2 large eggs
2 cups lite chocolate-brown sugar
3 cups quick-cooking oats
1 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 teaspoon salt
Powdered saccharide (for rolling cookies in)


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Cream together shortening, eggs as well as chocolate-brown saccharide amongst an electrical mixer.

Add inwards remaining ingredients as well as mix until combined.

Roll into balls inwards the palms of your hands. Roll inwards powdered sugar.

Bake 12 on each baking sheet  for xi - 12 minutes.

Allow to cool.

04/09/17: Updated photograph as well as made clarifications to post.


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