There is no real reason the "Cowboy Cookies" recipe name other than maybe they are so hearty and full of texture that after eating them you’ll be ready to go to work out on the ranch for a few hours. There are so many textures, flavors, and elements in every bite of this cookie recipe that you won't be able to have just one!
This cowboy cookies recipe is like an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie with the addition of shredded coconut for a delicious combination. Throw in some pecans and Cornflakes to this recipe and you'll fall in love. The pecans add a nice crunch while the Cornflakes add a lighter, crispier crunch. Between the crunchiness and the chewiness from the oats and coconut you have a winner. The creator of this recipe site is Averie and on her site you will find quick and easy recipes from dinners to desserts that taste amazing and are geared for real life. Nothing too fussy or complicated, just awesome tasting dishes everyone loves! Some of the recipes you will find on this site include beverage recipes, bread, chips, dessert recipes, dip recipes, entree recipes, gluten free, soup, vegan recipes, vegetarian recipes and a whole lot more.
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