I don’t know about you, but when the cool weather rolls in, I yearn for homemade treats.
And when I’m wishing I was back in New York, taking pictures, I distract myself by baking.
But not just any cookies. Oatmeal cookies.
They can’t be too soft or too doughy or too hard. They must be thin and light and buttery and crispy and chewy. A tall order for sure.
And I tried many a recipe until I found the perfect one. And if you’ve ever had the same problem, I will share it with you.
You can whip up a batch in no time at all — and even feel somewhat smug that they contain whole grains and aren’t as unhealthy as many other cookies. I also add a bit of ground flaxseed to the mix, which makes the cookies even more wholesome.
And if you’re ever in need of distraction, give them a try.