oatmeal butterscotch cookies

November 26, 2006 at 3:47 pm | Posted in Cookies | 4 Comments

i wanted to use up the bag of butterscotch chips, so i made these.


i didn’t think they were spectacular, but it wasn’t too bad either. i thought they tasted a bit “too healthy” because the amount of oats clearly overwhelmed that of the flour. shidah and the boy had no qualms about finishing the whole bag i brought for our study session on friday. sometimes i can’t understand them. :p it pays to have people close to you who are not fussy about food. 😀


i’m still searching for the quintessential oatmeal cookie recipe. perhaps i’ll try the one in the williams-sonoma book next.



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  1. hey. those look great! desserts with a little healthy kick always does it for me. where did you get the butterscotch chips from though? all i see selling in spore are the regular chocolate ones.

  2. coffeesnob: i got mine from NTUC. i think they have it at cold storage too. i don’t know whether ALL outlets have it or not though. it’s from nestle btw. 🙂

  3. hey maya! i made these cookies before using nestle butterscotch chips, but followed the nestle recipe on the packaging itself – rather similar to the hersheys one if i remembered correctly. i’m not a fan of chewy cookies, but most people around me enjoyed them anyway. but a tad too sweet for me though, definitely good to reduce the sugar.

    btw, the chips are available at NTUC and cold storage, but get them from NTUC, they’re way cheaper!

    and maya, i’m going to try your chocolate chip cookies the next time i decide to make them. 🙂

  4. april: i like chewy cookies! but these were half soft and half crispy haha. i suck at cookie quality control. anyway, do try out the choc chip recipe! 😀

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