I love having fresh-baked cookies in the house, more so than any other dessert. I don’t know where I got this recipe for Monster Cookies, but it makes what I think is the perfect cookie, soft and chewy.
1 package chocolate chip cookie mix
1 package peanut butter cookie mix
1-1/2 cups quick-cooking oats (I use Quaker oats)
1 cup butter, softened
2 cups MnMs
Stir all ingredients but the MnMs until a dough forms. Stir in the MnMs.
Bake at 375 degrees for 12-13 minutes on an ungreased cookie sheet.
Cool for two minutes on the cookie sheet. Transfer to cooling rack.
This recipe makes so many cookies, it filled up three containers!
I know that sounds great, but for a household of two people, that is a boat-load of cookies to eat. I will probably have my husband take some to work to share with his coworkers. Er, maybe, I’ll just put some in the freezer for a later day.
6 thoughts on “From My Kitchen: Monster Cookies”
Better go revise my grocery list:)
And please make a fresh batch in July okay? The oatmeal puts them in the category of “health food,” I’m sure of it!
Yes, I should make a batch for our retreat in July! Great idea.I like you’re thinking, that the oatmeal makes these cookies healthy.
Monster cookies are always good and they just make you feel happy!
All I can say is Yum!!
Hmmmmm I want to eat them so bad right now. It’s almost 1AM here but I don’t care… OOhlala.
“Put some in the freezer”??? Are you serious, Terri? lol
I eat until there’s nothing on the table. I’m like Joey from Friends.