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July 27, 2008


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Those look so good. I got my cookie fix from a local bakery the other day. Stop by the site this afternoon and you'll read all about what I've been up to.

Tracey in WA

Ooooooooooo these sound so good!!! Love that you used my name :) But I am not from OK, just had to live there for 6 LONG years. Moved back to the Pacific Northwest last year, YEA!!! WIll make these this week to take for a test drive :)

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Alicia. Thanks! I'll definitely stop by to see.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Tracey. D'oh! I had Oklahoma on the brain. I went back and made the correction. :-) And thanks again for "Holy Mole."

Let me know how these turn out. I hope they're spicy enough for hot-food lovers. The cinnamon gives a warmth that you taste and feel right up front. The chipotle gives a delayed heat--a nice kick in the back of the throat. It's like eating a chocolaty, cinnamony, peppery ginger snap. It makes you feel all warm inside.


Hi Greg! You can check now. I have to stop checking in here. I want those cookies. I have to wait for the cocoa pebbles to go on sale again. I think I have all the ingredients except the cinnamon chips.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hey there, Alicia! If you don't have cinnamon chips, and if you can't wait for King Arthur to deliver, I think a good substitution would be an additional tablespoon of cinnamon in the dry ingredients. And don't worry about the Cocoa Pebbles for this recipe...they're in some of my other chocolate-based cookies but not these guys. :-)

Tracey in WA aka April

OK Fred ... I mean Greg (inside joke) I finally got my cinnamon chocolate chips I ordered, made these cookies and I have to say I HATE YOU!!!! OMG they are so good, the heat is perfect and even tho while making them I thought you had lost your mind adding so much cinnamon but WOW!!! The only thing I did different is I flattened them slightly with a glass as I am not a fan of puffy cookies, just a quirk of mine. The crispy outside combined with the chewy inside HEAVEN!!!!! I had a nice Merlot that went with them perfectly!!!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Ha! Hi, Apr...Tracey. You crack me up. I'm sooo glad you liked these! I seems like a lot of cinnamon, but boy does it taste great. And good tip about flattening the cookies a little before baking. (I did this when I baked my white chocolate macaroons.) Little tricks like this allow you to make two versions of the same cookie. I'm looking forward to trying that brown sugar shortbread you mentioned. :-)



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