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May 19, 2009


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which is your favorite? don't you hate that question :-) i'm no good at picking favorites, but i'm curious.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Greenbean. Hmmm...this one's tough. If you had asked me this last summer, my answer would have been Lime in the Coconut. Hands down! But I've made this recipe so much (I'm talking to you Mumma and Auntie), that I've had my fill. I think my *new* favorite is the (Dark) Chocolate Orange in the Coconut.


the variations are endless: coconut, apricot, mac nut; raisin, pecan, coconut; coconut, walnut, cherry, dark chocolate... yum!

fyi, there's a small type-o in the recipe for cranberry crunch cookies. it reads "1 1/1 teaspoons orange juice." i guess that's 1 1/2 teaspoons? it hasn't stopped anyone from producing great cookies it seems!

thanks for all the awesome recipes!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hey, Sweetie. Totally! And thanks for that eagle-eye catch. I just fixed the typo in the Cranberry Crunch recipe. You were right. The correct amount of orange juice is 1 1/2 teaspoons. I just fixed it. :-)


thanks for making the update! i posted another question/comment about the cranberry crunch cookies if you don't mind swinging over there and answering that for me too.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks for writing in, Sweetie! If you don't have the Honey Maid cinnamon graham crackers, that's OK. Go ahead and use whatever brand of graham crackers you have on hand or that you can find easily at your grocery store. To more closely replicate the flavor of the cinnamon grahams, add another 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon to the dry ingredients. I tend to use the cinnamon grahams in my recipes that call for ground graham crackers, but there have been a few times when I used another brand because that's all my grocery store had. Feel free to experiment! Another reader even used chocolate graham crackers to make a choco-version of my Golden Girls recipe.

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