This soft and chewy White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookie recipe is packed with delicious white chocolate chips and dried cranberries. They work any time of year but are especially good for the holidays!You can never have too many cookie recipes, a mixture of sweet and chewy, and a little bit of fruity goodness, these cookies are sure to please. The list of ingredients for this cookie recipe is pretty standard, with all-purpose flour, baking soda, cinnamon, softened butter, brown and white sugar. You will also need some vanilla extract, old fashioned oats, dried cranberries and white chocolate chips.
You can start the cookie recipe by mixing in a large bowl some flour, baking soda, cinnamon, and salt. Then you can set it aside. Using a stand mixer that is fitted with the paddle attachment or a handheld mixer, beat the brown sugar and butter, brown sugar, and the granulated sugar until they are smooth. Mix in the vanilla and egg, scraping down the sides of the bowl if needed. Then you can add the flour mixture into the wet ingredients, and then mix until combined. Add the dried cranberries, oats, and white chocolate chips. Then cover the cookie dough recipe and refrigerate for approximately 30 minutes or longer. Scoop out some dough and drop onto prepared baking pans. In a preheated 350 degree Fahrenheit oven bake for 10 to 12 minutes. When the cranberry cookies are finished, take them out of the oven, and let them cool on the baking sheet for approximately 10 minutes, and then you can transfer them to a wire rack so they can finish cooling. This is a fun recipe to pack in the kids school lunches, and for afterschool snacks, they will love them.
Cookies in the United States and Canada are a known to be a flat, small, sweet baked treat. Cookie recipes typically contain eggs, flour, sugar and butter or cooking oil, and may include additional ingredients such as oats, chocolate chips, raisins or nuts. Cookies are a popular treat to reproduce, and are often mass-produced, or made in small batched at bakeries or home-made. You will also find cookies made from two flat layers that have a sweet cream filling, or they may be dipped in chocolate or other sweet coatings. Cookies taste good served with drinks like coffee, tea or milk. In some English countries, you will find cookies are called biscuits. Typically cookie recipes are baked until they are crisp, or just to a point where they are still soft, and some cookie recipes are not even baked at all. Favorite cookie recipes you will find include peanut butter cookies, biscotti cookie recipes, shortbread cookie recipes, chocolate chip cookie recipes, rum balls, fortune cookies and tea biscuits. Other popular cookie recipes include digestive biscuits, Russian tea cakes, sugar cookies, and wafers.
This recipe blog is created by Danielle, who has a passion for making healthier recipes, and likes to make the occasional sweet treat. On her site, she has a good mix of both healthy and indulgent recipes because she likes to keep things balanced. You will get ideas of recipes from appetizer recipes, breakfast recipes, smoothie recipes, snack recipes, side dish recipes and main dish recipes. Recipes you might find on the site include crockpot recipes, casserole recipes, salad recipes, chicken recipes, cookie recipes, candied pecan recipes and crumb cake recipes.