These Oatmeal Toffee Cookies are a simple drop cookie that contains both oats and chocolate covered toffee bits — aka HEATH BARS! This cookie recipe is what I made for the 2012 Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap.
It’s the 2012 Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap reveal day and today I get to share the cookie I made: Oatmeal Toffee Cookies. It’s one of my favorites!
So, here’s how the cookie swap worked — food bloggers from all over signed up to be part of the Great Food Bloggers Cookie Swap, which is hosted by Love & Olive Oil and The Little Kitchen. We were matched up with other food bloggers — 3 different food bloggers sent me a dozen cookies and I sent 3 different food bloggers a dozen cookies. Do I even need to tell you how fun it is getting cookies in the mail?? Yeah, I didn’t think so. You all know.
Before I share the recipe that I sent out, I just have to share with you the ones that were sent to me. They were all sooo good and I loved how each one was quite different from each other.
My first cookies were from Mag-Pies and More — they were Peanut Butter Scotchies, which Maggie says are a personal favorite of hers. We are peanut butter lovers in this house, so her cookies were a hit. David loved that they have butterscotch in them too.
My second cookie was Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti with Crystallized Ginger by Adventures of the Yankee Kitchen Ninja. I’m still a newcomer to biscotti, and none of the ones I have had were quite like this! It was so full of wonderful flavor and firm, but not so hard that it crumbled…it was perfect.
The last set of cookies I received was White and Dark Chocolate Chip Cookies from New South Food Company — not only did I love the way these tasted but the way they looked too with the big chunks of chocolate. My most favorite cookie is chocolate chip, so, yeah…these made me happy.
Deliciousness, right?? I’m so happy with all three of the cookies I received!
For my Oatmeal Toffee Cookies, I sent to three different food bloggers. I’ve really enjoyed checking out their blogs and recipes, and I think you will to. Here’s who I sent to:
Adapted from a Land o Lakes recipe handout