I know you’re busy. Believe me, I do. I don’t care what it is you list as your job description on your Facebook page, I know your time is a valuable premium and you’d rather have a little more of it. Know what else, though? I also know that you like to eat. If you’re here now, chances are pretty good you like to bake as well ~grins~.
See how well I know you? That’s why I like to bring you these easy recipes that take up a lot less of your time than you’d think and don’t require a lot of fussing with. Today I’m bringing you some great flavors of a classic – Oatmeal Scotchies- combined into the ease of a bar cookie. I love making traditional cookies but bar cookies cut the time and work in half and offer up the same flavor in a more sturdy vehicle. That’s why they get included in my mailed care packages on a regular basis, or brought along with me when I travel and want to bring treats for the kids to enjoy along the way.
With a tender soft cookie, these taste of butter, brown sugar, butterscotch, and raisins, and remain moist and delicious in your cookie jar – if they live long enough to make it there. This is also a great recipe to let kids help out with! Oh, did I mention they are made with baking mix? It just keeps getting easier…
You’ll need: Raisins, Baking Mix, Dark Brown Sugar, Oats, Cinnamon, Egg, Butter, Vanilla, and Butterscotch Chips
I’m using a Buttermilk Biscuit Baking Mix by House-Autry. I normally use whatever baking mix I can find but I really feel like this one makes a richer cookie. You can use whatever you have on hand.
Melt butter in the microwave and place in a large mixing bowl. Add baking mix…
and brown sugar
Add egg and oats
Stir that up real good
Add in butterscotch chips
and then toss in your cinnamon and
Stir that all up well
grease an 8×8 pan
Bake at 350 for 25-30 minutes.
Enjoy an after school or coffee treat!
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