You Don’t Have To Be A Cowboy To Like These Cookies
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Cookies are my favorite treats. I have mentioned that so many times in the past, but it is absolutely true. They are easy to carry around, have loads of fun toppings and are full of flavor and deliciousness. My favorite are classic chocolate chip cookies, but every now and then I like to venture into something new, specifically a new flavor. I have tried sugar cookies, lemon cookies, red velvet cookies, oatmeal cookies and so many more. They are all great, but sometimes I like to get even more adventurous.
These cookies here are a twist on my classic chocolate chip cookie. They have loads of chocolate chips, but on top of that have oats, cornflakes, coconut and pecans. With all this deliciousness in one cookie, you will be hooked after the first bite. Not to mention, if you eat a few of these, you can practically count it as a meal! Full of protein and chocolate, you cannot go wrong. These are so easy to assemble and in return you will get some big hearty cookies full of flavor and the perfect texture. You will see how easy these are to prepare and will get hooked on making these. Your family will love you for it, too!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Averie Cooks.
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