My Photo

Feed Me


« Poll Roundup XIV | Main | Oatmeal Cookie Guy's New Year's Blogolutions »

January 04, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


That is just evil. I will have to try them for Valentine's Day. I'm not baking anything between now and then.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hey, Alicia. Happy New Year! That's a great idea for Valentine's Day. didn't even occur to me! :-)


These look absolutely worth the certain "reaction!"

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Brownie. Ha!!

I was going to save a few of these for you and IYC, but they had nuts. :-( I'll have to make a nut-free version for you.


I tried these today. I was wondering how you stored it. Does it need refrigeration for the cream cheese? Mine is in the fridge now. Also, I was wondering if the cream cheese flavor was a little off to you after baking?

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Cathy. I do refrigerate my cream cheese-stuffed cookies until I served them. I made these stuffed red velvet cookies for my department holiday party, and they were a real hit! Did you use fat-free/low-fat cream cheese? Did you toast the nuts a little too much? (They can go from light and toasty to burnt in the blink of an eye.) The cream cheese tasted great to me...the creamy sweetness of the cheese and sugar and the nutty crunch of pecans. Yum!


Maybe it's my congestion that was throwing me off. The filling did taste fine to me before baking, and I did use regular cream cheese.

I brought them in to work to sell a our bake sale today. It was a big hit. Thanks!


BTW, I'm still getting requests to make this cookie again! I've heard it described as "sex in cookie form" or "orgasm in a cookie"!

Thanks for all the great recipes! Keep them coming.

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Cathy. Wow...that is some *strong* praise. Thanks! :-)


My husband is in Afghanistan. He always has red velvet cake for his birthday (his late mother started that tradition and then died right after his 8th birthday, so he's never wanted anything else.) I've been looking for a red velvet cake cookie to send him and found this. We LOVE using ground up oatmeal - I found a phenomenal waffle/pancake recipe using that method. But I'm wondering about shipping these. They'll take about 2 weeks to get to him.

I seal-a-meal cookies for him. These look like they'd collapse under the pressure of the sealing. So, I would probably just put them in ziplock then in gladware.

Most of the time, the container carrying the mail will be outside or in a cargo plane with no heating, and it's cold outside. So I wonder if that will be good enough?

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Hallee. Thanks for writing in. I have an answer and a solution for you here:

Brittany Bacon

OMG I made these today, but with my own stuffing. I omitted the nuts and added peppermint extract and melted white chocolate...absolutely to die for. I will be taking them to a cookie exchange tonight.


The comments to this entry are closed.