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Tips for Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I’m not a big dessert person…at all. In fact, my entire family (the O’Halloran clan) really isn’t into desserts. It’s funny because on our birthdays we all kinda groan when my mom says we have to order dessert so we can sing “happy birthday.” Yep, we’re crazy like that I guess.

Soft-Chocolate-Chip-CookiesBut I will say that I love a good cookie. Move over cake, cookies are where the party is at! In fact, that’s the reason why we had a cookie bar at our wedding instead of serving cake to our guests. I’ll take a cookie over tiramisu, cheesecake, or pie any day. #handsdown

You guys know about my complete lack of talent in the cooking department. Well, I’m no better in the baking department either. In fact, I’m probably much, much worse when it comes to baking (too much room for error with all of the measurements and baking times!) But lucky for me, that husband of mine is exceptional in the kitchen and he makes a mean chocolate chip cookie. Finn-Baking-Cookies

It’s so funny because he often bakes these cookies and brings them to work and his coworkers just naturally assume that his wife baked them! If they only knew…Cookie-Baking-SuppliesFinn has been making his famous chocolate chip cookies ever since we started dating, and they turn out perfectly every.single.time. It’s crazy because even if I try to follow the recipe exactly they simply don’t turn out the same. They’re flat, or burned, or hard. So I asked him to share his secrets with not only me, but with all of you. And that baking hubby of mine happily obliged. Now you may be thinking, “Casey, I know how to make cookies…it isn’t Rocket Science!” That’s great, but when it comes to baking I need all of the help I can get, so I figured some of you out there might get something out of his tips. Plus, it was a nice excuse to get some fresh cookies from my husband, and bonus…it gives you some yummy eye candy on this Friday.

But before we get to his tips, here’s the recipe (a pretty standard chocolate chip cookie one)
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Ingredients:

  • 2 1/4 cups all purpose flour
  • 1 t. baking soda
  • 1 t. salt
  • 2 sticks butter, softened
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1 t. vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups milk chocolate chips

Steps:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine flour, baking soda, and salt in a bowl. Beat butter, sugar, brown sugar and vanilla in another bowl until creamy. Add eggs one at a time. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in chocolate chips. Spray baking sheet with cooking spray and drop cookie dough onto sheet. Bake 9 to 11 minutes, transfer to cooling rack when finished.

Salted-Butter-SticksTIP #1

Soft butter is key! I’m usually way too impatient to “thaw” out my butter, and I end up throwing it into the batter straight from the fridge. Apparently, that’s a big no-no. Finn lets his butter rest out on the counter until it gets to room temperature before even starting to bake the cookies. If you’re strapped for time, preheat the oven, and put the butter near the warm oven to get it warm faster. But be sure not to melt the butter, just get it nice and soft.

TIP #2

Don’t skimp on the vanilla. In fact, Finn often adds another dash or 2 to the batter. Gotta love a little extra flavor in there.

TIP #3

When combining the dry ingredients, be sure you really mix them together well. If not, you may get a salty bite in one cookie, some baking soda taste in another. So take the extra minute and combine everything thoroughly as you go.

TIP #4

There’s no such thing as too many chocolate chips. Sure the recipe calls for 2 cups of chocolate chips, but if you’re feeling crazy you can dump a few more into the bowl. I mean everything is better with chocolate, right? And don’t use the hand mixer when it comes time to add the chocolate chips. Instead use a spatula. I can tell you from experience that I’ve burned out a hand mixer (or 2) trying to mix together some thick batter. Oops…

Also if you are taking the cookies to work, be sure to avoid putting nuts in the batter so everyone can enjoy them! Cookie-Dough

TIP #5

Hide the batter from your cookie dough obsessed wife. Okay, perhaps this tip only applies when I’m around, but who doesn’t love cookie dough? I will gladly take my chances with salmonella for a big ol’ scoop of this sugary dough. But seriously, when your batter is done be sure to pop it into the fridge to get it nice and cold before you place on the baking sheet. Finn-BakingBaking-Sheet

TIP #6

Don’t make perfectly round balls when placing the dough on the cookie sheet. No need for an ice cream scoop either. Instead use your nice, clean hands and shape them yourself.

TIP #7

A cooling rack is a must! Once your cookies are out of the oven, let them sit for about 1-2 minute. Then transfer them to a cooling rack and let them cool completely. This will prevent them from getting overcooked on the hot baking sheet. Chocolate-Chip-Cookies-Table

Is your mouthwatering yet?Cookies-TulipsYeah, I’m dying over here too. Give me all the cookies! Cookies for breakfast is a-okay on a Friday. I mean calories don’t count because it’s almost the weekend…right?Eating-Cookies

So go ahead and indulge. I won’t tell anyone! And a big thank you to Finn for sharing his chocolate chip cookie secrets today (& for letting me sneak quite a few spoonfuls of dough while shooting these pictures.)

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  1. Trang

    You. Lucky. Girl. A man that makes delicious treats?!?! I wish I didn’t have a sweet tooth. It would sure make my abs pop more if I didn’t devour ANY sweet dessert treat that is put in front of me. Looking at these cookies makes me want one…and I’m not particularly a fan of chocolate chip cookies (my favorite is white chocolate chunk macadamia nut cookies – yummy!).

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  2. Zan Turner

    Your hubby sure knows how to prepare cookies. These look so yummy and I love all his tips. I will plan to use them in my next batch! I am always on the hunt for a great chocolate chip cookie, but like you, I lack the patience to wait!!

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  1. Trang

    You. Lucky. Girl. A man that makes delicious treats?!?! I wish I didn’t have a sweet tooth. It would sure make my abs pop more if I didn’t devour ANY sweet dessert treat that is put in front of me. Looking at these cookies makes me want one…and I’m not particularly a fan of chocolate chip cookies (my favorite is white chocolate chunk macadamia nut cookies – yummy!).

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  2. Zan Turner

    Your hubby sure knows how to prepare cookies. These look so yummy and I love all his tips. I will plan to use them in my next batch! I am always on the hunt for a great chocolate chip cookie, but like you, I lack the patience to wait!!

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Mason Jar Chocolate Chip Cookie & Free Printable

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Today we are mixing two things we l.o.v.e. here on the DIY Playbook: cookies and mason jars. Although very different, this delicious project incorporates our favorite little jars with some sweet treats to create an adorable and edible cookie in a jar.

Mason Jar Chocolate Chip Cookies

And since we L.O.V.E all of our readers almost as much as we love mason jars and chocolate chip cookies, we are also throwing in a FREE Printable for you to create your own jar of warm and gooey love!

Mason Jar Cookie Recipe Printable

These little tags are the perfect reminder of the importance of celebrating LOVE! Who doesn’t need a little extra reminder of how truly special that four letter word really is every once in a while? Thanksgiving, the holiday season, a wedding shower, or just because, this free printable has you covered.

The front says…

mason jar printable- recipe for love

And the back…

Mason Jar Cookie Free printable

Download both sides of this free printable here! 

Mason Jar Cookies with burlap

Once you have the tags ready, it’s time for the real fun…. filling those jars.

Mason Jar Ingredients

Rookie Tip: When filling up your large mason jars with these ingredients, it’s important that you PACK each layer down as much as you can (you can use a small ladle in order to do this). Without packing the ingredients down, the jar will not be big enough to fit all of the chocolate chips and M&M’s at the end. We also used a napkin wrapped around a spatula to wipe the inside of the jar after we added the flour. The flour added some unwanted “flour residue” and the napkin spatula combo was the ticket in making sure that unwanted “fog” didn’t affect the clarity of the other layers.

mason jar cookie recipe
Here’s the Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe:
 
To Fill the Jar:
Spoon and pack 1 1/2 cup of all purpose flour into the jar
add 1 tsp of baking powder and 1 tsp baking soda
add 1/4 tsp of salt
pack down 1 cup of oats
add 1/2 cup of brown sugar (packed)
add 1/2 cup of sugar
add 3/4 cups of M&M’s and 3/4 cups of semi sweet chocolate chips
 
To Bake the Cookies:
Empty all dry ingredients into a large bowl
 
Add one beaten egg, 1/2 cup of butter & one tsp of vanilla together
 
Slowly add your wet ingredients into the dry ingredients
Ball your mixture into 1 1/2 balls on parchment paper on a cookie sheet
Pop in a 350 degree oven for ten minutes.
Yields about 25 cookies!
mason jar recipe and free printable
Wrap a little fabric and some ribbon or string around the top of the lid with the free printable, and all that’s left to do is spread the LOVE. Enjoy!  
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  1. Rachel Taylor

    I was literally just trying to find a great cookie recipe for mason jars to give to my coworkers this season! Perfect timing! These look great!

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  2. Rachel Taylor

    I was literally just trying to find a great cookie recipe for mason jars to give to my coworkers this season! Perfect timing! These look great!

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  3. Sapna

    I can’t wait to make these for my sister’s bridal shower! Was what wondering is the size of the mason jars? TIA

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  4. Sapna

    I can’t wait to make these for my sister’s bridal shower! Was what wondering is the size of the mason jars? TIA

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  5. Trang

    Hi, can you please confirm if the flour is 1 1/3 cup or 1 1/2 cup? The photo of the jar and layers say 1 1/3 cup, but the written recipe below that says 1 1/2 cup. Thanks!

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  1. Rachel Taylor

    I was literally just trying to find a great cookie recipe for mason jars to give to my coworkers this season! Perfect timing! These look great!

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  2. Rachel Taylor

    I was literally just trying to find a great cookie recipe for mason jars to give to my coworkers this season! Perfect timing! These look great!

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  3. Sapna

    I can’t wait to make these for my sister’s bridal shower! Was what wondering is the size of the mason jars? TIA

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  4. Sapna

    I can’t wait to make these for my sister’s bridal shower! Was what wondering is the size of the mason jars? TIA

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  5. Trang

    Hi, can you please confirm if the flour is 1 1/3 cup or 1 1/2 cup? The photo of the jar and layers say 1 1/3 cup, but the written recipe below that says 1 1/2 cup. Thanks!

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Non Traditional Bachelorette Party

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I’ve never been in a wedding before. Not as a bridesmaid, not as a junior bridesmaid, and not even as a flower girl. Until now that is! My big sister got married last weekend and guess who was the co-maid of honor? This lady!!
The good news: I didn’t rock this hair-do.
The bad news: it is my first rodeo, so I worked hard to navigate the duties of this special job with zero experience. Books, Blogs, Interviews, Advice…. I did my research. Correct me if I’m wrong, but my research had me believing that the only reaaaal responsibility a maid of honor has before the big day is to plan the Bachelorette Party.
Sounds easy enough, right? Wrong. Clearly, you don’t know my sister. The one who kindly requests that we do not throw her a Bachelorette Party (Or a shower, or an engagement party, or anything else that goes along with pre-wedding celebrations).
 I begged, pleaded and insisted that I throw a tiny little party. The answer: NO.
I refused to allow my big sister to miss out on this right of passage, plus, I only had one job… and she was saying to forget about the only job I had? Yea right.
I, of course, had to respect the fact that she did not want the attention that came with the traditional bachelorette party. So, I was forced to get creative and find a loop hole that made us both happy.

That’s when I brainstormed the idea of a non-traditional bachelorette party. I drafted a letter that explained the premise of this party and SECRETLY sent it to 35 of the special women in Katie’s life.

The letter read:

Ladies,

So what do you do for a bride-to-be that doesn’t want a shower, cringes at the thought of a Bachelorette Party, and wants nothing else but to stay out of the spotlight until her big day? The answer: be creative… very, very creative.

As sisters of this oh-so-humble bride, it’s hard not to give Katie the attention we feel she deserves while also respecting her wishes. With a little creativity and lots of help from all of the important ladies in Katie’s life (like YOU), we think we’ve found a loop hole within Katie’s requests. (Shh… don’t tell her!)

Instead of throwing Katie a bachelorette party and forcing her under that glaring spotlight she dislikes so much, we are hoping that this alternative demonstrates that same level of love, support and overall thoughtfulness without that dreaded attention. Here’s the TOP SECRET plan:

Each important lady will send Katie 1 pair of underwear. Pick a pair of panties that remind you of her (yikes) and send them via mail to her house. Feel free to add a fun note, piece of marriage advice, or whatever else you feel fits the ticket (we won’t ask) into your box of love. If you’d rather not send this package through the mail, feel free to drop it off at the O’Connor’s house and we will get your secret package to her (again, no questions asked). Within this envelope, you will also find a date and/or a week that we are encouraging you to send your top secret package to Katie. With each important lady following this secret schedule, we are hoping that Katie will be able to receive a new scandalous treasure in the mail each day for a month! How could she not love this alternative?

If you are interested in participating in this non-traditional Bachelorette celebration in honor of our favorite big sister, send a pair of undies (size **) with a little note to her address:
                            The future Mrs. Smith
                            Address Here
                        
Blah, blah, blah… you get the point.

Love,
Bridget & Maggie

Each lady also found a date in her envelope. This date was the day (or week) we wanted each of these special women to send their scandalous packages. My co-maid of honor and I planned it so that Katie would receive a new pair of panties each day for over a month!

To kick off the month of undies, the maid of honors presented these fun treats to the bride-to-be:

We used cookie-cutters in the shape of a heart to create the “bottoms”. Before we baked the sugar cookies, we cut off the point of the heart to create the “butt” effect.
With some icing and a little imagination, we were able to create lots and lots of fun panties to present the bride-to-be!
What an easy, creative, and classy dessert to bring to your next bachelorette party.

After presenting her with platters of scandalous cookies, we explained to her the general guidelines of her non-traditional bachelorette party, but did not tell her who was sending what, and how many packages she would be receiving. We just advised her to keep an eye on her mailbox.

For a month, our grateful big sister received package after package of undergarments. Each one was creative, individual, and included hilarious & valuable marriage advice. [Mature eyes only]

“Spoiling the Bride” is an understatement! These mailers went above and beyond expectations.

This is just a small sneak peek at the endless supply of underwear that came flooding into her home. Some mailers went above & beyond that panty guidelines. Check out their packages…

Bridal Gear… check!

Panties for the marathon runner that she is…. check!

Honeymoon towels… check!

An equation for the bride-to-be, who happens to be a MATH teacher. (Her + Him = Baby Smith) #yikes

Talk about adorable and over-the-top creative!! And the creativity of this package didn’t stop here…

It was accompanied by a story of Katie and Joe filled with every math term you could possibly imagine… the math terms even got a little risk-ay at times. Oww Oww. You can imagine that a fellow teacher was the mastermind behind this unique package.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this Non-Traditional Bachelorette Party to any Bridesmaids who are trying to spoil a bride that hates the spotlight. With a little creativity and a lot of love & support (literally) there’s still a way to pamper your bride-to-be without embarrassing her ((publicly)) along the way.

A special thank you to ALLLLL of Katie’s family and friends for making this possible! All of the creativity and generosity made this “party” unforgettable. Katie is very lucky to have such a supportive (and hilarious) team. xoxo 
 
PS. Photo dump of the amazingly special day coming soon!! Stay tuned my fellow brides. 
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  1. Ashley W

    This is the cutest idea I’ve EVER seen for a “bachelorette” party! Definitely keeping this in mind for the future!!

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  2. Lee Lee

    For the record, cutest, most creative bachelorette party ever!! And….. I loved your hair in that first pic, B $$.

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    This is the cutest idea I’ve EVER seen for a “bachelorette” party! Definitely keeping this in mind for the future!!

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  2. Lee Lee

    For the record, cutest, most creative bachelorette party ever!! And….. I loved your hair in that first pic, B $$.

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Utensil Holder Featuring My Favorite Recipe

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Cutting-BoardToday is a very special day…it’s my Meme’s Birthday!

To celebrate this fabulous day, I want to share a homemade gift I made for my grandma a few years back.

Utensil Holder with cookie recipe
It’s a utensil holder for the kitchen and acts as a catch-all for spatulas, whisks, and everything in between.  I must say it’s quite the necessity for any kitchen.
Colorful spoons and spatulas
I found the utensil holder at Walmart for maybe $6?? It’s porcelain and just a plain, jane white. But, to personalize this gift I decided to add on a favorite recipe of mine.
The recipe is for the yummiest oatmeal chocolate chip cookies ever! These bad boys are seriously delish. They were my Meme’s mother’s recipe…and have been passed down from generation to generation.
I thought it was only fitting that the recipe be emblazoned on the kitchen catch-all, since it is a part of our family baking tradition.
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I used a porcelain pen (the same one I used for our Scrabble Tile Coasters) and free handed the recipe onto the canister. Clearly, I don’t have the best handwriting in the world…but at least it is readable.
Then I just followed the directions on the pen and “baked” it in the oven, so it stays on there permanently.
Utensil Holder with Recipe
This is a seriously easy, yet personal gift. I’m sure any mom, sister, or friend would love to receive one of these kitchen caddies! It will cost you less than $10, and only a small chunk of your time.
Utensil Holder with Recipe
Now there was no way I could finish this post without giving you guys the recipe for those chocolate chippers! It would be cruel to show you the pictures, but not give you the goods.
Cowboy cookies chocolate chip oatmeal cookie
I warn you that the cookie dough batter is almost as good as the actual cookie. So prepare to eat many secret scoops of dough. If I could have the cookie dough on hand everyday for dessert, I would be in heaven (and I would also weigh 5,000 pounds) Side Note: When it comes to eating cookie dough (with raw eggs) I typically say salmonella, shmamonella. I’ve never gotten sick before. 🙂
Grama’s Cowboy Cookies
 
Ingredients:
-1 c. white sugar
-1 c. brown sugar
-2 sticks butter
-2 eggs
-2 c. flour
-2 c. quick oats
-1/2 t. salt
-1/2 t. baking soda
-1/2 t. baking powder
-12 oz chocolate chips
-1 t. vanilla
-1 c. chopped nuts (optional)
Directions:
Cream together sugars and butter until fluffy. Add eggs and mix well. In another bowl, combine flour, salt, baking soda, and baking powder. Add the flour mixture to the egg mixture slowly, mixing well. Add vanilla and mix. Stir in the oats and finally, stir in the chocolate chips and nuts. Make small balls or spoonfuls and place on greased cookie sheet. Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes.
Chocolate Chip Oatmeal cookie recipe
So now that you’re officially craving cookies…go out there and bake these chocolate chippers…
OIled-Cutting-Board…and bake your own utensil holder too!
Happy Birthday Meme!casey_sig
 
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  1. indiapiedaterre

    I agree the dough is the BEST part. STILL freaks my mom out when my sister and I lick the raw dough beaters, and we’re in our 40s now!! I love this idea. Totally going to do this as a gift too. I found your blog through the Haven FB – Look forward to meeting you there!

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  2. DIY Playbook

    That is too funny! I’ve definitely gotten a few tummy aches from eating waaaay too much dough…but never salmonella!

    Excited to meet you at Haven too! It will be here before we know it!

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  1. indiapiedaterre

    I agree the dough is the BEST part. STILL freaks my mom out when my sister and I lick the raw dough beaters, and we’re in our 40s now!! I love this idea. Totally going to do this as a gift too. I found your blog through the Haven FB – Look forward to meeting you there!

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  2. DIY Playbook

    That is too funny! I’ve definitely gotten a few tummy aches from eating waaaay too much dough…but never salmonella!

    Excited to meet you at Haven too! It will be here before we know it!

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Red, White, & Blue Cookies

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Can you believe that the 4th of July is one week from today? The summer is really flying!

To prep for the holiday I recently tried out a new recipe, putting my own patriotic twist on this delicious treat.

Let me pause while I cross “Bake a new treat” off of our summer bucket list. 🙂

Okay, back to the deliciousness that is about to ensue..

White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies
These cookies are the bomb. So dense, so chewy, so decadent. I’m all about chocolate chip cookies, but it is nice to try a different recipe every now and then.
My mom is the one that turned me onto this recipe, and I can’t thank her enough for bringing this yummy goodness into my kitchen.
White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies
Ingredients:
-1 cup butter, softened
-1 cup packed light brown sugar
-1/2 cup sugar
-1 egg
-1 T. vanilla
-2 cups flour
-1 t. baking soda
-1/2 t. baking powder
-1/2 t. salt
-2 cups sweetened dried cranberries
-1.5 cups pecan pieces
-1.5 cups uncooked quick cooking oats
-3 (4 oz) white chocolate baking bars, chopped
-1 T. shortening
Cookie Directions:
Beat butter at medium speed with an electric mixer until creamy, gradually add sugars, beating well. Add egg and vanilla, beating until blended. Combine flour and next 3 ingredients, gradually add to butter mixture, beating until blended. Stir in cranberries, pecans, and oats. Drop dough by heaping T. 2 inches apart onto lightly greased baking sheets. Bake at 375 degrees for 9-11 minutes or until lightly browned. 
The cookies are good even without the chocolate and sprinkles. Feel free to eat them as is (I felt a tad healthier munching on a few this way. Key word: “tad”) But if you want to jazz them up (& give them a holiday feel), proceed to the next set of directions.
White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
Once they’re cool (I let mine cool overnight) they’re ready for the finishing touches (a.k.a. the best part).
White Chocolate Dipping Directions:
Microwave white chocolate and shortening in medium, microwave-safe bowl on high for 1 minute, or until chocolate melts. Stirring once. Dip half of each cookie into melted chocolate, letting excess drip back into bowl. Dash sprinkles of your choice onto the chocolate. Place dipped cookies on wax paper to cool. 
I put mine directly in the freezer for about an hour. I highly recommend not skipping the freezer. This makes sure they don’t turn into a gooey white chocolate mess. Trust me…
White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
These cookies really do have a patriotic flair.
RED cranberries…check!
WHITE chocolate…check!
BLUE sprinkles…check!
I originally tried blueberries (along with the cranberries) for the “BLUE” portion of this recipe. They were still delicious, but didn’t give off enough of a “blue vibe”. That’s when I decided sprinkles would have to do.
I wish I could have found some better sprinkles. Perhaps some navy ones would have fit the red, white, & blue theme a bit better? Or maybe I could have even done both red & blue sprinkles? You decide what works best for your own patriotic twist on these bad boys.
White chocolate dipped oatmeal cranberry cookie recipe
These moist, chewy, and chocolatey cookies will be the hit of any 4th of July bash.
White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies Recipe
So now it is your turn…tell us your favorite treat to bake for 4th of July! We want to know what patriotic recipes you have in your playbook.
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