ICED OATMEAL COOKIES. Then flatten into a cookie shape and put on a well-greased parchment-lined baking sheet. Jump to Recipe. old fashioned Oatmeal Cookies. It's me Natalie, from Life Made Simple.. Today we will prepare ICED OATMEAL COOKIES for my family.
ICED OATMEAL COOKIES
My grandma used to make these cookies when I was a little . I had lost the recipe and just found it a couple weeks ago, so I want to share it with you. A mildly sweet oatmeal cookie topped with sweet icing our soft Iced Oatmeal cookies have an exquisite home baked taste. You can simply cook ICED OATMEAL COOKIES in 14 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you can easily do that.
Ingredients of ICED OATMEAL COOKIES
|It’s of shortening ( crisco).|
|It’s of granulated sugar.|
|Approximately of brown sugar.|
|Take of eggs.|
|Prepare of vanilla extract.|
|About of all-purpose flour.|
|You need of baking soda.|
|Prepare of salt.|
|It’s of ground cinnamon.|
|You need of old fashioned oats ( I used quick oats).|
|It’s of for the icing.|
|It’s of egg whites.|
|It’s of powdered sugar.|
|Approximately of vanilla extract.|
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ICED OATMEAL COOKIES cooking guidances
|Preheat oven to 350º. Into an electric mixer. Combine shortening, eggs, vanilla, br. Sugar , granulated sugar. Scrape down bowl..|
|In a separate bowl. Combine b. Soda, cinnamon, salt, flour. Add this to the mixer. Combine well. Add oats slowly. Mix together. Let sit for 5 minutes. Then mix again..|
|Drop by rounded Tablespoon. Space 3" apart. They will spread. I used a #40 scoop. Place onto a lightly greased cookie sheet. I used parchment paper.bake 10-13 minutes. Mine took 15. Depending on your oven. The edges will be slightly Brown. And soft in the middle. Do not flatten. They will flatten by themselves.They will keep baking till they cool. Do not over bake..|
|While they cool.make icing. In an electric mixer, combine egg whites, powered sugar & vanilla.combine until thick. If to runny add some more powered sugar. Once they cool.you can either dip them or drizzle them. I put mine in a plactic bag snipped a tint piece off. You can keep them in the fridge. On the counter or Freeze them..( I got about 40 of them. So I froze some)…..|
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