The two ingredients which make these extraordinary cookies special are the combination of oats and butterscotch chips. These Oatmeal Scotchies will disappear from your cookie jar in no time.
my Go To recipe
by P. Peggy
, SC on Jan. 2014
I've been using this recipe for years. I will use half butter
by D. Debra
, Lowell, MA on Dec. 2013
I have been making these for years and we all love them, so easy and so delicious. I try to always have the ingredients on hand as you never know when the mood will strike for one of the cookies !
by C. Christina
, Pa on Jul. 2012
I have revised this recipe by adding the juice of an orange as well as vanilla extract. I also add white chocolate chips and toasted, chopped pecans, and it makes for that perfect sweet and salty harmony that everyone craves. Anytime I make these, they disappear fast and have requests to make them again and again!
by A. Adam
, Binghamton, NY on Jan. 2012
These cookies are the most marvelous and incredibly magnificent cookies I ever did see!!!! ^_^
by C. Connie
, Boyne Falls, Michigan on Dec. 2010
These are the best cookies. There is no other oatmeal/butterscotch that can beat them. They are a family favorite!!! Keep more than one copy of the recipe on hand!! You'll need it, because the others will disappear just like the cookies will!!
by B. Beth
, ENGLISH, IN on Aug. 2010
I baked these cookies for the guys working on my house. I had no problem keeping workers for payment of cookies, but ran out of supplies trying to keep up! These are the very best cookies i've ever made!
by B. Barbara
, Pensacola, FL on Apr. 2010
I made these cookies for my family and they loved them. It is a easy recipe to follow.
by J. Jane
, Seaside/Or on Apr. 2010
These were my brothers favorite cookie. One thing I learned from him is that it is ok to melt the butter in the microwave. He had arthritis and it made it hard to cream the butter and sugar. It does not impact the recipe cookies turned out the same.
by K. Kiki
, Itasca, Illinois on Mar. 2010
These are by far one of the best cookies I have ever made. I made them for Cake Day at the end of my basketball season where everyone brings in a dessert for a party, and when I brought these people were hesitant to eat them because of appearance, but I influenced them to taste them and they were gone just like that.
favorite family butterscotch hit
by S. Sophia
, Mason City, IA on Feb. 2010
I love this recipe. I made them for my family and they just loved them. So much, that they get asked for all the time. My mom even calls up saying I owe her a batch!
Rich and truly divine fudge! The easy way is the microwave method. This Rocky Road Fudge is a delicious mixture of chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, marshmallows and walnuts. It is easy to make and perfect to bring to all of your holiday parties!
These cookies are something different and great for after school with a big glass of milk.
A finalist in the 2000 Share The Very Best Recipe Contest, this recipe was entered by Alma Carey of Sarasota, FL. Made with a genuine love of chocolate, this decadent brownie features vanilla-flavored white and semi-sweet chocolate morsels, chopped pecans and caramel layered within a rich cocoa batter.