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I love these cookies! But as in other similar recipes I've had to cook them at a rolling boil for at least 3 minutes for the butter sugar milk and cocoa to get to a soft candy-like stage. (Where you can drop a small amount into a cup of cold water and it will form a tiny soft ball.) Then I had to add 1/4 extra cup of oats! They were perfect! These are really easy to under or over cook!
These turned out just as expected! I myself find them a tad too sweet but that's just my taste everyone else loved them and I will definitely make them again. I didn't change anything in this recipe and probably won't next time either. Edit I cooled them and let them set in the refrigerator for a couple of hours and they set well once they cooled thoroughly.
First time I've ever made these cookies. My fiance requested them as they are his favorite Christmas cookie. I made them exactly as the recipe was written and according to him they were excellent and perfect! Too sweet for me but that means he gets them all! I predict I will be making these quite often from now on. Lol
I ve made this recipe twice. First time I made it exactly as written. The cookies are flat but they ARE moist and don t dry out. The second time I added 1/2 cup more oatmeal and that gave them more body and they were still moist nor did they dry out. This is a great recipe and I m glad I found it!!
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