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Oatmeal Cookies with Dried Apricots and White Chocolate

Instead of old-fashioned oatmeal raisin, swap in apricots and white chocolate. The white chocolate's sweetness tempers the tang of the fruit, creating a balanced batch that will appeal to kids and adults alike.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2009
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Cookies will keep, covered, for up to 1 week.

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  • lakesideboarder
    6 APR, 2016
    I used ajmary’s suggestion for macadamia nuts. They were a great addition to the dried apricots I got from Bella Viva Orchards.
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  • kdh41nc
    23 FEB, 2015
    I've been making this cookie since it first appeared in your magazine several years ago. My family has dubbed it "the world's best cookie"!
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  • Cakens
    7 DEC, 2013
    I'm never impressed with a drop cookie, but this recipe is fantastic! I added cranberries and pinenuts to it, but I'm sure these cookies would be great if you stuck with the original recipe. So good, and will be a continued cookie on my Christmas cookie list.
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  • SKS
    20 JUN, 2013
    I made these recently after seeing a photo on Pinterest, and although it was a combination I wouldn't have thought of, they were great! I brought some to work and also gave some to friends, and they all enjoyed them.
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  • gilgomez
    6 APR, 2013
    Love this cookie! I have made it using dried cranberries or cherries, definitely keep the chocolate but mixed half the white with dark chocolate chips. Finally, added chopped walnuts or pecans. I use whole wheat, unbleached flour as well. Yum!
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  • Jessica Leung
    14 JUN, 2012
    I gotta try this one looks really interesting hahahaha
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  • ajmary
    30 SEP, 2011
    I doubled the dried apricots and used macadamia nuts and semi-sweet chocolate chips. Very good and did not last long at all.
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  • MrsBlumenthal
    15 JAN, 2011
    I only needed to bake the cookies for 11 minutes before the edges started darkening so I took them out and they were crisp on the exterior and chewy inside. Still, there's something missing from the flavor . I really didn't taste the apricots and thought the white chocolate completely overpowered its tartness. But, of course, everyone loves homemade oatmeal cookies and they were a hit with the kids.
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  • MichOaxaca
    4 MAY, 2010
    These are great with apricots or dried cranberry. Would like to try them with macadamia nuts as well.
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  • ribbet
    15 MAR, 2010
    I made them with rasins instead, and they were terrific. They were all gone by the next day. Have now make them again and hid some so I might have atleast one from this batch
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