I present the last of my I-Love-Baking-And-Am-Proud-of-My-Skillz-and-ZOMGSODELICIOUS Christmas Cookie series. These have always been called “Expensive Lesson” cookies (<— clickable), but they’re essentially oatmeal chocolate chip cookies with pecans thrown in for good measure. They are friggin’ delicious. Recommended. Use special chocolate chips–half mint half chocolate is PHENOMENAL, and I’ve heard great things about butterscotch and cinnamon chocolate from my parents.
PS: Unless I’m doing a real cookie baking year, I usually halve the recipe. Hard to manage without a food processor (but I totally did it in college by forcing my friends to chop oats by hand. Heh heh heh).
This entry was posted on December 8, 2010 by K@. It was filed under Food, Landscape and was tagged with 30D, Christmas, Christmas Cookies, Expensive Lesson, Good Eats, Neiman Marcus, Oatmeal Chocolate-Chip Cookies.