Laurie Lenartowicz Recipe

Cashew Butterscotch Oaties

By Laurie Lenartowicz llenartowicz


Rating:
Serves:
makes 4 dozen
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Comments:

I mix up all of the dry ingredients in a gallon size freezer bag. You can do this ahead of time and always have the mix available for bake sales or cravings. This is a very simple recipe and quite delicious with the combination of salty cashews and sweet butterscotch chips. Let's not forget the oatmeal which is wholesome and crunchy.

Ingredients

DRY INGREDIENTS
1/2 c
granulated sugar
1/2 c
brown sugar, firmly packed
1 1/2 c
all purpose flour
1/2 tsp
salt
1 tsp
baking soda
3 c
rolled oats
3/4 c
coarsely chopped roasted salted cashews
11 oz
bag of butterscotch baking chips
MOIST INGREDIENTS
2 large
eggs
1 1/2 stick
butter, softened
1 tsp
vanilla extract

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
2
Measure all of the dry ingredients into a gallon size freezer bag or large bowl. Seal the bag and shake gently to combine or stir with a wooden spoon if using a bowl.
3
I find that a stand mixer is the easiest way to mix this dough but you may use a wooden spoon by hand or an electric hand mixer.
Pour the dry ingredients into a mixer bowl. Add the moist ingredients.
4
Beat on low until all ingredients are combined and no dry ingredients remain visible. This comes together quickly. It only takes a minute with a mixer.
5
Grease clean hands and roll dough into walnut sized ball. Place on ungreased baking sheet and flatten slightly with your hands. leave 2" space between cookie dough.
6
Bake 10-12 minutes. Let sit on baking sheet for 2 minutes. Remove to rack to cool. Store in tightly sealed container
7
Hide these cookies if you wish for them to stick around for any length of time!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

You May Also Like:

loading...

7 Comments

user
Carol Junkins CarolAJ
Aug 3, 2012
When I look back at how many things I crocheted, I can't believe it ! Also used to sew alot, curtains, Halloween outfits, Easter outfits for the kids, etc. But everything was a slower pace back then as well. I will let you know and yea, it must be wonderful to have a grandchild, spoil and go home, haha
user
Laurie Lenartowicz llenartowicz
Aug 2, 2012
Congratulations on the upcoming birth! There is nothing like a Grandchild. It's like God gives us a second chance to get things perfect. I too make baby blankets. I am an avid crocheter. I have a 7 year old granddaughter who has been baking with me for 5 years. Her Mom never had the interest. She really knows her way around the kitchen. Good luck to your Daughter. Please let me know when the blessed event occurs.
Laurie
user
Carol Junkins CarolAJ
Aug 2, 2012
I have made 12 cookbooks and gave the first two to my daughter, she was married 2 yrs ago and now she is pregnant with her first baby boy due 8/10. I wanted her to have my recipes, it was easier than her calling me and asking how I made this or that ~ haha It will be my first grandchild.
I am making baby blankets and just a baby shower for her ! Can't wait !
I know of others on this site that couldn't get their cookbooks published either due to a Literay Agent or publisher. I love this site !
user
Laurie Lenartowicz llenartowicz
Aug 2, 2012
I'm working on it on this site. It's all desserts. Whenever I offer to bring something to someone's house, they say "Just bring dessert!" That's going to be the title. The only other book I made was self published on Heritage Cookbooks. It's entitled "Food to Share." It's my family cookbook that I made for my daughter and Granddaughter. I bought a few of them and gave them out for gifts. Now, I'm sticking to this site as it is free. I would have loved to get it published by a publishing house but as I have found with other projects I've written, it is impossible to get a Literary Agent or publisher unless you are famous or have some other connection. Have you published on this recipe site?
user
Carol Junkins CarolAJ
Aug 2, 2012
I want your book!!!!! How can I get it?