Revisiting the oatmeal cookie

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Last spring I shared my recipe for Soft & Chewy Oatmeal Cookies with you.  Sadly, it’s been that long since I’ve made them. 

These cookies are the perfect breakfast.  They are hearty and have sustenance.  Grab one (or two) and go. I don’t add raisins to mine but you’re certainly welcome to. 

I  told you that I’ve been writing a cookbook.  It’s finally finished and I have my first proof – yea!  This oatmeal cookie recipe appears in my book. 

Let me give you a quick glimpse of another recipe that appears in my book.

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Writing and self-publishing your own cookbook is a real chore. There are advantages and disadvantages to it which I will be discussing in a future post.  You won’t want to miss this post if you are considering self-publishing a book of any type.

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Do you have a favorite oatmeal cookie recipe, or have you thought about self-publishing a book?

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11 thoughts on “Revisiting the oatmeal cookie

  1. Nothing quite like a good oatmeal cookie – yours looks chewy and delicious, perfect for supper 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed Peanut Butter M&Ms Peanut Butter Giant Cookie

  2. Oatmeal cookies are one of my favorites and I especially love oatmeal cookie dough haha. 🙂 I’m so happy to see that you’re coming out with a cookbook. I’m sure it’s going to be amazing! 🙂

  3. How exciting! Congratulations! I would LOVE to have your cookbook. I adore oatmeal raisin cookies…they are one of my favorites. And I would love to be eating one now (instead of cereal!)

  4. Cookies for breakfast? Count me in! These look soft and chewy and I’m sure I’d probably grab more than two. Congrats on writing your book. I have started and stopped writing several books. Self publishing is quite a task and obviously the timing wasn’t right for me. I’m looking forward to hearing all about the ins and outs of it from you.

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