Pliable Oatmeal Snacks – Gluten-Free
This batch is softer and chewier than usual since I used corn oil instead of margarine — Al says he likes them better that way.
My friend Mary says she likes to keep some oatmeal cookie dough on hand, so that they don’t eat all 5 dozen in 3 days. I like her idea — quite often I’ll do that, too, since the only snack better than an oatmeal cookie is…a WARM oatmeal cookie!
My earliest baking memories are of my Oma’s oatmeal cookie recipe. (Isn’t your grandmother’s cookie a great way to start baking?) When I went on a celiac diet, I couldn’t eat those anymore, but the oat flour makes a passable substitute. Then Al asked me to make them softer, so I decreased the flour a little and switched from margarine to corn oil. These are still pretty good. Some in his lunch will keep him away from the vending machine…so it’s worth making two batches, G.F. for me and regular for him. I don’t do that very often! There is just no substitute for
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