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The perfect cookie for dunking in milk, tea, or coffee.
I am a mega-fan of oatmeal cookies. My grandma used to make oatmeal raisin all of the time. However, I got tired of that recipe and went on a search for something a little different. That’s when I came across the Peanut Butter and Peppers blog. Jennifer, the gal who runs the blog, had the perfect recipe for oatmeal cookies that contained cinnamon and pears. Talk about a wonderful treat for the tastebuds!
The first recipe that I laid my eyes on was the delicious-looking cinnamon and pear oatmeal cookies. Jennifer, you did an amazing job with this one and your photo looks fabulous! Seriously, I instantly knew I’d be making these cookies for my family when I read Jennifer’s blog post.
Are you ready to get the details on this recipe? I bet you are! Well, wait no longer, friend! Simply hop on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and image courtesy of Peanut Butter And Peppers.
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Quick Tip: Don’t have any pears on hand? That’s fine! Use apples, instead.