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February 07, 2008


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These are so good!I want MORE, MORE, MORE! Do you have a cook book? I WANT one.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Ha! Thanks, Paul. I don't have a cookbook (yet), but I'm tryin'!


these were VERY bring-in-able


These smores are amazing, we barely even notice they are actually oatmeal cookies because we're so busy wolfing them down. I hope that you will post some more of your pre-existing cookie recipes from the list. Thank you for sharing this with us!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Thanks, CJ! I'm going to start posting some of my earlier recipes--maybe even later tonight. I'm so glad you liked these. They're one my favorites.


I just made these, and they are amazing!


Update: They were so amazing that they're gone now. In less than a day. Between only 3 people. Mostly me :)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Em. Yay! I'm sooo glad you liked these. And thanks for the blog-love! :-)


Made these yesterday and they were wonderful...soft and chewy!
They didn't even last 24 hrs!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Sassy. Yay! I'm soo glad you liked them. Once you eat one, it really is hard to stop. :-)


Every time I make these, half of them end up in crumbles because the marshmallows make them stuck to the pan so bad that they are really difficult to get off- they get so gooey and deformed.
How do you make them without the marshmallow effing up the cookie? I decided that next time I'm either going to leave out the marshmallow or do half the amount and save myself a little hassle.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Em. I think the trick is to use a Silpat or some other kind of silicone baking mat. You might also try letting the cookies cool a little bit longer on the cookie sheet before you try taking them off. I hope this helps!

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