• Oatmeal Cookie Mix: Kid's Oven

    1/4 cup packed brown sugar
    1/4 cup flour
    1/4 teaspoon baking soda
    1/2 cup quick oats

    Combine in a bag, seal.

    To Use:
    1/4 cup softened margarine
    1 pkg mix

    Blend well. Let sit 5 minutes. Form dough into
    1/2-inch balls. Place on un-greased baking pan, and
    press down slightly on each to flatten out a bit.
    Bake. Makes about 2 dozen.

    Comments 3 Comments
    1. marylynsim's Avatar
      marylynsim -
      How long would you suggest baking them? I like this recipe because it doesn't make as much mix as some of the others and doesn't add the margarine/shortening until ready to bake.
    1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
      FreebieQueen -
      You bake them according to the directions on the model oven you have, which depends on whether it's the old style with the lightbulb or the new style without. I would check them after 8-9 minutes for the first pan.
    1. Micaela7410's Avatar
      Micaela7410 -
      Quote Originally Posted by marylynsim View Post
      How long would you suggest baking them? I like this recipe because it doesn't make as much mix as some of the others and doesn't add the margarine/shortening until ready to bake.
      Depending on how long you usually bake cookies in your easy bake oven what type of easy bake oven do you have


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