My first post (oatmeal cookies!!!!)

Hello to whoever reads this!
This is my first post on my new blog!
I’m Nate, BK’s second son for any one who reads My Sisters Kitchen, and I’m still learning a great deal from my mom,and her sister of course, so any comments and tips would be greatly appreciated.
I think I’ll start with one of my favorite cookie recipes, oatmeal chocolate chip:

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

– 3 sticks of butter
– 1 c. white sugar
– 1 1/2 c. brown sugar
– 3 eggs
– 1 1/2 tsp. soda
– 1/2 tsp. salt
– 1 tsp. vanilla
– 3 1/4 c. flour
– 3 c. oats
– about 2 c. chocolate chips(more or less depending on how much you like chocolate)

Mix all the ingredients together, and bake @ 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.

These cookies will be soft or crunchy depending on how long you let them bake.

My mom has written out tips on how to get perfect cookies at A Word about Cookie Sheets

and her regular cookies are at Mom’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookies. 🙂


5 Responses to “My first post (oatmeal cookies!!!!)”

  1. Nicole (deliverer of mole) Says:

    Nate!!!! Now that I have partaken of your chocolate cake, I have confidence in everything else you bake & publish… Your reputation goes before you. 🙂

  2. Shirley Says:

    Welcome to the wonderful word of blogging. The food sounds yummy! Send me brownies through the internet—if you can figure it out. 🙂


    shirley Buxton

  3. thecookfulyouth Says:


    Thank you for visiting my site! If I could figure out how to ship brownies through the internet, I’d be rich and everyone else would be fat!


  4. Jean Says:

    Nate, the squirrel bread looks great. A coffee shop near me serves it as french toast with a little powdered sugar on it and maple syrup if you wish. Served with eggs and bacon. You are quite the cook, along with your other many talents!

  5. Salvaging an Oops « My Sister’s Kitchen Says:

    […] He got about halfway through the recipe and realized that we were out of flour. (How could THAT happen? Someone clearly wasn’t paying attention!) So he switched recipes to a chocolate chip oatmeal cookie recipe and finished out the recipe with oatmeal instead of flour. Unfortunately, we both forgot that the first recipe called for 1/2 c. more butter and 1 1/2 c. more sugar than the second recipe. So even with the oatmeal, the cookies spread out very thin and got rather scorched. We weren’t sure how to salvage the recipe at that point and we ran out of time for the day. So Nate bagged up the rest of the dough and tossed it into the freezer. […]

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