Fantastic Bake Along – Grandma’s Oatmeal Cookies

I have enjoyed this month’s Bake Along so much. Kate @ Life, Tea, and Everything was our star baker and she chose her Grandma Thompson’s oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.  You can get the recipe on her website here.

I thought of my grandma as I was making my batch of cookies. I am so grateful for her love of me.  I wish I could see her again and give her a hug and kiss.  

I couldn’t think of a better accessory to these cookies than this grateful wood cut out.  It is exactly how I am feeling today.

This recipe was quite different from many other cookie recipes.  I felt like a bit of a chemist as I boiled water and added the baking soda to dissolve.  I also liked the fork marks that were similar to a peanut butter cookie.

And the taste, mmm….yum!  They were so delicious!  I doubled the recipe and made the cookies a bit larger.  Bigger is always better in my book:)

It has been a fun Bake Along.  I’m excited to head over to see how the other bakers fared with their cookies this week.

Here is the list of those who said they would joining in:

Thank you for dropping by today.  I hope you will join in the fun next month. You can read about how to join in here.

Have a super SWEET day!

22 thoughts on “Fantastic Bake Along – Grandma’s Oatmeal Cookies

    1. I’m sorry yours didn’t turn out so good. Blog about them anyway. That’s what makes this Bake Along so fun. Just ask Brenna. One time she burned the muffins and the next time something went wrong with the chicken. Hers was the funnest entry to read. It’s all about being real. It’s all good and a in experience ❤️❤️. But I totally understand if you want to wait until next month. We will be here waiting to cheer you on;)❤️


  1. Your cookies look yummy! My post is late as usual…between just not feeling well, and computer issues, it’s a wonder I got it posted at all (actually now that I think about it, it isn’t scheduled for another hour yet, so it’s still not up, lol.) Glad you enjoyed the recipe!

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      1. I have been a Suzuki mom for 20 years…it converted me. I am just starting the official training for piano, but they are far away and expensive, so it will be slow going! Saturday was very enjoyable. 😄


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