Giant Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

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I have a thing for big cookies. So often I walk into a coffee shop with no intention of buying anything but a coffee, and yet I walk out with a big cookie as well. There’s just something satisfying about breaking it apart and eating it in bits with a cup of tea or coffee.

That’s why these aren’t just oatmeal raisin cookies – they’re giant oatmeal raisin cookies. You’ll get 6 or 7 giant cookies, which doesn’t seem like a lot but they’re actually great for kids to grab on the go and they’re so big they’ll last them all day!

These cookies (besides being really big) are really tasty. They are the perfect oatmeal raisin cookie regardless of their size. I love the extra crunch from the sprinkling of sugar on top before baking, as well.

If you aren’t a raisin fan, you can easily replace the raisins with chocolate chips. And of course, if you aren’t as into big cookies as I am, you can certainly make them smaller :)

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  1. I am assuming you blend the flour, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, salt and oats and add them where it says to add the oats? Making these now!

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