Soft Choc-oat Chip Cookies

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Serves: 30
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3.4 oz pkg vanilla instant pudding
1 c butter, softened
1 c brown sugar, firmly packed
2 medium eggs
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 c all purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
1 c semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 c oats, uncooked

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Raquel Aguilar Recipe
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Moreno Valley, CA (pop. 193,365)
Member Since Jan 2011
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I've been searching for something quick, easy, and delicious to bake on short notice..found a recipe and tweeked it a bit...hope u enjoy it as much as my kids and I do!!
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Pre-heat oven at 350 degrees. In large bowl mix together butter and brown sugar until smooth. Add eggs and vanilla and mix until smooth. Add baking soda and pudding mix and againg mix until smooth. Add flour and oats until creamy and forms cookie dough consistency. With a wooden spoon mix in chocolate chips.
Drop spoonfull cookie dough onto ungreased non-stick cookie sheets and flatten to your liking as the cookies do not flatten much on their own. Bake for approx 12 minutes or until edge of cookie is lightly browned. Leave on cookie sheet for at least 2 minutes before transferring to cookie rack to allow cooling completely...ENOY!!
This made 2 1/2 dozen good size yummy cookies.

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user Karen Vandevander KarenV - Jun 20, 2012
Hi Raquel...question for you...regarding the oats, are they the quick oats or regular? Thanks for sharing...can't wait to try these. :o)
user Raquel Aguilar Raquel75 - Jun 20, 2012
Hi Karen! i'm so sorry...they are the Quaker Old Fashioned doesn't say quick or instant on them? i'm would it be considered regular??? i feel bad to not have the answer :( but i used the Quaker brand oats :)
user Karen Vandevander KarenV - Jun 20, 2012
Hi again Raquel! You answered perfect. I know exactly what you're talking about and I have them in the cupboard. Thank you again. :o)
user Karen Vandevander KarenV - Jun 20, 2012
One more question...when do you add the oats? I'm assuming when you add the flour, yes? You have add the baking soda twice. I had to re-read the recipe a couple times as I'm tired and I thought my eyes were going wonky and I just wasn't reading it
user Raquel Aguilar Raquel75 - Jun 21, 2012
my goodness! yes! i missed that :( i added the oats when i added the flour...i should've proof read it before! i just wrote it quickly before i forgot how i tweeked it! LOL..let me know when u bake them and if you like them...if you make any changes let me know to see if you added any more yumminess to them :)

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