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Creamy peanut butter and oatmeal form the base of these easy treats.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 1999
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  • MS12171593
    26 MAR, 2012
    I agree about the inability to get them to hold together. I also used natural peanut butter, but I use it for my peanut butter cookies without a problem. I'm going to try to salvage this by adding more peanut butter. It seems to me the oats are the problem. Not going to waste time & ingredients again.
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  • Jillamp
    23 JUL, 2011
    Was this recipe tested? I followed it to the letter and it w ould not stick together, it was way too dry. I had to add more butter and honey to get them to form a shape. Even with the added honey they are not very sweet. Perhaps because I used natural peanut butter.
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  • MS10646120
    24 MAY, 2011
    I did a calculation using the exact ingredients above and for 40 " logs". They each contain 89 calories per log, with 5.1 g of fat, 1.6 g saturated fats, 3.4 g cholesterol, 8.2 g of carbs, 3.3 g of sugar, 1.1 g of fiber and 3.7 g of protein. Lastly, 43.7 mg sodium using unsalted butter. I think this is very accurate, but if anyone calculates it differently, then please feel free to add your post.
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  • raffypekson
    24 MAY, 2011
    Is there an alternative to "baking the oats" that doesn't involve baking? Would love to forward this to my condo-living friends :-)
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  • Bakinfool
    24 MAY, 2011
    Excellent recipe! To those of you that complained about the baking instructions... The only thing that was baked was the oats, not the cookies.
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  • nummymaker
    23 MAY, 2011
    Is there a recipe for the other cookies on the plate?
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  • Abeem
    23 MAY, 2011
    I SURE wish we could get nutritional values on all the recipes. Would be critical to know the fats, cholesterol, sugar content for example; much less the calories. Still asking for this...
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  • pattecake
    27 JUL, 2010
    The oats may also be toasted in a cast iron skillet on the stove top, if you don't want to use the oven at all.
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  • petersbcl
    18 DEC, 2009
    My logs won't hold together. What can I add to save this recipe?
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  • melmary
    13 SEP, 2009
    I absolutely love these cookies ... I was skeptical while I was making them that they would be flavorful, but they are so, so delicious. They are also a great cookie to make when it's too hot to turn the oven on. Serve with a little vanilla ice cream and it's a great after-dinner treat.
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