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Any dried fruit can be substituted for the raisins. Be sure the cookies are completely cool before storing in an airtight container.

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  • MS10622511
    22 NOV, 2011
    Great recipe although I used pumpkin pie spice instead of cinnamon and doubled the amount. Make sure you use a brand new unopened jar of the spice. After the holidays you can use it up in things like oatmeal or coffee. Always use a fresh jar for baking :-)
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  • MS10198883
    6 JUN, 2011
    These cookies were wonderful! They were thick, and soft, and chewy, and delightful in flavor. I made mine with a heaping 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. I stored them in a freezer bag with a couple of slices of bread to keep the cookies moist and they were still good a week later, just as the recipe says they will be.
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  • keldakitty
    27 DEC, 2010
    I made these for my husband, who has the lap band. I used 1/4c stevia instead of sugar and 3/4c Ideal brown sugar (substitutes seem sweeter to me so I reduce the amounts) 2tbls organic sugar (to get that chemical reaction)... These cookies were delicious. I was going to give them away for xmas, but my family kept eating them so I had to make more.
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  • yoyo1198
    18 DEC, 2009
    This is the #1 very best oatmeal cookie. I love 'em!!!
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  • KaylaWatts
    26 NOV, 2009
    I tried these cookies yesterday and I substituted raisins for dried cranberries and I have to say they were absolutely delicious. They reminded me of the delicious gourmet oatmeal cranberry and white chocolate chunk cookies we recently ordered from www.shelbyscookies.com. These are definitely a close second.
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  • lilylady
    31 OCT, 2009
    The Very Best!
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  • lilylady
    13 MAY, 2009
    The Gold Standard for oatmeal raisin cookies.
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  • Gary48
    15 MAR, 2009
    Thanks Martha!! Had the Craving when i got up this Foggy San Francisco Day and are they GOOD!!!!
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  • sleeteel
    19 FEB, 2009
    this is not the correct recipe for this cookie. There is no wheat germ. Please put up the correct one. thank you
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  • mhines57
    26 AUG, 2008
    For all those in opposition to crisco and butter alternatives...some people have to use alternatives to butter due to milk allergies! my breastfed infant has a milk allergy so I've had to find substitutions to milk products for the time being. I'm pretty sure these cookies will still be edible and won't kill me..at least i hope. :)
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