If you are looking for the ultimate oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, look no further. This is the perfect family recipe. They are chewy and moist and will not last 24 hours, promise! I’ve played around with different ways to incorporate the butter, and have come up with the fastest cookie method ever by simply melting the butter. No stand mixer, no creaming, and it all gets made in one bowl. Yup, one bowl moist delicious cookies you definitely need to make. You will want to create your own cookbook of cookie recipes once you know this recipe!
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup melted salted butter
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 cup flour
1 cup oats
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 cup milk chocolate chips
Melt the butter completely.
In a mixing bowl, mix sugars, then pour in melted butter and whisk for a few minutes. Add the egg and mix for a few minutes. Add vanilla.
Dump flour, oatmeal, salt, baking powder and soda on top of mixture, and mix with a spatula until mixed. Add chocolate chips and mix.
Refrigerate dough 30 minutes min- I usually cool it for an hour or so.
Heat oven to 350.
Using a cookie scoop or spoons, spoon dough onto parchment lined cookie sheet, about 1 1/2″ apart.
Bake 10 minutes. When the cookies come out, slam the sheet down onto the counter to flatten the cookies. This makes them extra chewy.
Let cool and move to a rack.
1 cup ice
3 tbs hot chocolate powder
1/4 tsp vanilla
1/3 cup cream
Put all ingredients into blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy!
This recipe is very versatile. Can be used for other cream pies.
Substitute 1 cup of brown sugar for the 2/3 cup whie sugar and use brown sugar in the meringue.
Add 1 cup moist shredded coconut to the Banana Cream filling and sprinkle coconut over the meringue before baking.
Increase the sugar to 1 cup and add 3 tablespoons of cocoa.
2/3 Cup Granulated Sugar
3 Tablespoons Corn Starch
2 Cups Scalded Milk
3 Egg Yolks, slightly beaten
3 Tablespoons Margarine
1 teaspoon vanilla
Pinch of Salt
Mix flour, sugar and salt. Gradually add scalded milk and cook over low heat stirring until mixture thickens. Add a small amount of this hot mixture to the egg yolks, then stir the egg yolk mixture into the rest of the hot mixture. Cook until mixture thickens like pudding. Add butter and vanilla. Stir and Cool
Slice 2 bananas in the bottom of a baked pie shell and pour cooled cooked mixture over bananas. Top with meringue. Bake at 300 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes til brown.
1 box chocolate cake mix
1 cup 35% whipping cream
3 tbsp sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 cup toffee pieces
1 cup desiccated coconut flakes
1. Cook chocolate cake in a 9 x 13 inch baking pan according to package directions. Let cool completely.
2. Whip cream with an electric hand mixer until stiff. Mix in sugar and vanilla. Spread whipped cream over top of cooled chocolate cake. Top with toffee pieces and coconut flakes.
I grew up knowing this cake as Flourless Chocolate Cake, so was amused as an adult to learn that it actually does have flour in it! It’s a rich, thick cake that’s almost like a brownie, delicious served with custard sauce, raspberries, whipped cream, or just plain.
A glass of bubbly is always nice on the side too!
6 oz good quality baking chocolate (dark, not milk)
2/3 cup sugar
2/3 cup butter
1/2 cup all purpose flour
Preheat oven to 320. Grease and flour an 8 or 9″ pan.
Melt the chocolate over a double boiler. Add butter and stir until melted. Beat egg yolks with sugar until soft ribbon forms. Add to chocolate mix and stir. Add flour and mix.
Beat egg whites until smooth. Gently fold egg whites into chocolate mixture.
Bake 40 minutes, or until just set.
1 (20 oz.) pkg. Oreos
1 (8 oz.) cream cheese
12 oz. of chocolate coating
Place cookies in food processor; cover and process until finely crushed. In small bowl, beat cream cheese and crushed cookies until blended. Roll into 3/4 inch balls. Cover and refrigerate for at least one hour. Dip into melted chocolate. Drizzle with white chocolate if desired.
Submitted by: Kim D
Virginie’s note: I used Orange Candy melts. Before they were completely dry, I used a toothpick to draw the lines of the pumpkin.
from Jennifer L.’s book, North Branch , MN
2 c. sugar
1 c. butter
4 rounded tbsp cocoa
6 tbsp hot water
1 c. flour
Cream together sugar and butter. Add egg yolks and mix. Beat egg whites and set aside.
Mix rounded tbsp cocoa with hot water (make a thick “gravy”), add this to the above butter/sugar mixture and mix.
Blend in 1 c. flour.
Stir in beaten egg whites.
Bake in greased 9X12 pan for 30 minutes at 350°.
Cook (on stove top) sugar, whipping cream, milk and chocolate square. Cook to a “firm ball” stage, add butter.
Cool in ice cold water, stir until cooled and remove from water. Continue to stir until frosting holds peaks.
Submitted by: Jennifer L
from Diane B.’s book, Corvallis, OR
2 c. sugar
2 sticks butter
1/3 c. cocoa
1/2 t. salt
1 t. vanilla
1 1/2 c. nuts
1 1/2 c. flour
1 t. bkg powder.
1/3 c. cocoa
1 stick butter
1 box powdered sugar
6 T milk
Cream butter, add cocoa and sugar alternately with milk until reach desired consistency.
Melt butter with cocoa. Beat the eggs and add the sugar, salt, vanilla. Beat till fluffy. Add cocoa and butter. Then add flour and bkg powder and nuts.
Grease and flour 9 x 13″ pan. Bake 350 for 30 minutes. Remove and add bag of mini marshmallows. Put back in oven until melted and puffy. Cool and then ice.
Submitted by: Diane B
from Mandy D.’s book, Colton, SD
1 Stick Margarine
3/4 C. Sugar
2 squares chocolate ( or 3T cocoa & 1 T fat for each sq of choc.)
1/2 t Vanilla
1/2 C. Milk
2 C. Flour
1/2 t soda
1/4 t salt
Mix all of the ingredients together and bake in a waffle Iron
Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting:
6 T Butter (softened)
3/4 C. Cocoa (or less)
2 2/3 C. Powdered Sugar
1/3 C. Milk
1 t vanilla
Mix all together with an electric mixer
Submitted by: Rebecca P