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Worlds Best Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
How To Make The Worlds Best Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
When I was a kid my Grandmother would make these cookies and I would think they were the best cookies in the world. I have changed her recipe just a bit but these are the best oatmeal raisin cookies in the world. Make them and I think you will agree that they are the worlds best oatmeal raisin cookies.
For Your Worlds Best Oatmeal Raisin Cookies You Will Need.
1. One And One Fourth Cups Of Real Butter.
2. One Cup Light Brown Sugar.
3. One Third Cup White Granulated Sugar.
4. One Large Egg.
5. One And A Half Cup All Purpose Plain Flour.
6. One Level Teaspoon Baking Soda.
7. One Level Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.
8. One Teaspoon Of Ground Cinnamon.
9. 3 Cups Of Old Fashioned Rolled Oats.
10. One And A Half Cups Of Raisins.
You will want to pre-heat your oven to 375 degrees and you really need an oven thermometer to check your ovens temperature with to be sure your oven is right especially when you are baking.
You will want to use a hand electric mixer and to start with you will want to beat your sugars and butter together until fluffy. Your butter will have to be at room temperature and softened before you can beat it.
When your mixture is real fluffy now beat in all your other ingredients and beat well to make sure your ingredients are very well mixed up.
Now you will want to drop by the rounded tablespoon full onto a un greased cookie sheet about 2 - 2 1/2 inches apart and you will want to cook your cookies in the pre-heated oven for 8-10 minutes being sure not to let your cookies overcook. You want your finished cooked cookies to be brown and soft and chewy.
This recipe will make a little over 4 dozen cookies. You will want to store them covered in a plastic or tin container.
Ground Sea Salt is the best salt to use in your baking recipes. Much better than your regular old table salt.
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