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From classic and comforting oatmeal cookies to creative versions filled with fruit and chocolate, these oatmeal cookie bars and oatmeal cookie recipes are surefire crowd-pleasers.
Cookies for breakfast? Why not! When they're made with hearty oats, wheat flour, and delicious dried fruit, you won't have to feel guilty about grabbing one on the go. Plus, these oatmeal cookies are less than 250 calories each.
Craving tart cherries? Bring them to the dessert table with the help of oatmeal mix and a quick homemade powdered sugar icing. These brownielike oatmeal bars will go fast at any potluck party, so be sure to make two batches.
Dark chocolate and fruit meet again in this coconut-studded oatmeal cookie. The cookie also stars your choice of dried cherries or cranberries -- and is less than 100 calories! So go ahead, snatch up a few more.
A little bit of honey goes a long way in this sticky-sweet confection featuring rolled oats and brown sugar. Honey-roasted peanuts give it toothsome crunch.
Bake all your breakfast must-haves into one delicious oatmeal cookie. Ours features smooth peanut butter, chewy raisins, and round toasted oat cereal. Prepare them the night before to make getting out the door in the morning a cinch.
Prepackaged chocolate chip cookie dough makes these layered cookies a snap to make. Just add rolled oats to the dough for both the bottom and top layers, then fill the center with creamy rich chocolate and crunchy candy pieces.
Fresh orange peel gives these moist oatmeal bars a fresh zippiness, while butterscotch and pecans create a trendy, salty-sweet combo.
Rolled oats give these coffee-and-caramel-flavor bars chewy texture. Drizzle on our pretty coffee glaze to give them a fancy, pastry shop appearance.