Tuesday, October 14, 2008

The Best Darn Cookies

On Sunday, our ward choir sang in Sacrament meeting. So to help get people to come to choir practice, a little incentive helps, right? As the ward choir director, I'll do anything to get bodies there! I made these delicious cookies for those who came on Sunday, and just to give you an idea, I made 5 dozen cookies and came home with 1 dozen! There are only 20 in the choir...and that's on a really good day!

I got this recipe from my mom, she is the author of this recipe. I'm SOOO grateful, because they are so darn good!



Christyn's Cookie Recipe

2 cubes butter, softened
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup sugar
4 eggs
1 cup veg. oil
1 T vanilla
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
4 1/2 cups flour
12 oz. pkg milk choc. chips
1 1/2 cups chopped pecans toasted
2 1/2 cups oatmeal

Cream together butter and sugar. Then add eggs, oil and vanilla to creamy mixture. Add dry ingredients, mix well and fold in the last three ingredients. Bake @ 375 for 9 minutes.

Enjoy, and just a warning, you might have to make a double batch, they go VERY fast!

12 comments:

Marsden- Party of 4 said...

Those look so good. Thanks for sharing, I love new cookie receipes! I'll be trying them out tomorrow! Yumm-O

The Petersons said...

y.u.m. Of course you have to put up the most delicious looking cookie recipe in the whole world RIGHT before Halloween when I will most likely be stuffing my face with candy and have no need (at least my buns and thighs) for such delectable treats... sigh.
New Years Resolution #1 for 2009: eat healthy and work out
There, I just bought myself some time! :-)

Kaerlig said...

ooooh those do look good. i'll have to try out your mom's recipe. thanks. i'm going to a cookie exchange in december so i'll be needing ideas.

Treen Berg said...

these simply look divine! i just love reading your blog lady! hugs to you and your beautiful fam.

Meghan Poort said...
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Meghan Poort said...

Ahh.. I may just have to bust out the mixer... these coookies look fabulous!

Terry Family said...

ward choir director? man, you do it all!! You would be a really fun director!

Amy said...

Being the choir director has got to be hard. Getting people to set their lives aside for a minute and go to choir is always a challenge!

Christene said...

Those look so YUMMY! I love when you post recipes! Keep em coming! Oh and good job motivating your choir!

Allred Family said...

Yummy....Those look really good!!!! I am going to try this recipe for sure. Keep the yummy recipes coming :)

Hawley Family said...

Ok..those look divine...but I bet they taste even better!!!

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Shannon said...

Those look heavenly! I'll have to give them a shot soon. Thanks so much for sharing!