So this recipe turned out to be so much better than I expected. In fact I was literally blown away by how good these taste. I think it’s important to mention that for these white chocolate oatmeal cookies, you want to use a good firm dry oatmeal cookie and a real white chocolate. This means – not using any of the cheaper brands of white chocolate. I tried this with some of the generic brands and it the chocolate didn’t behave well at all. However, when I used a premium belgian chocolate – the results were perfect!

Finally – you don’t really need toppings for these. I made them because these were for consumption of younger folk! You could also drizzle melted hot chocolate over them for a more adult appeal.

 

Tools:

  1. 1 large microwave-proof bowl
  2.  a pair of chopsticks or 2 forks
  3. Wax paper
  4. 1 cookie rack
  5. Space in your fridge to cool
  6. 1 wooden spoon

Cookies:

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Chocolate:

White-Chocolate

Instructions:

  1. Set up your cookie rack by putting your wax paper on the rack.
  2. Break your white chocolate into small pieces into the large bowl
  3. You need to melt the white chocolate carefully in the microwave. I did this in 20 second bursts , mixing between microwaving for 20 seconds at a time on high. Do this until it is completely melted. Be careful with white chocolate – it can burn easily and turn into granules.
    White-Chocolate Melted
  4. Once completely melted, using the two forks, flip each cookie ( one at a time) in the white chocolate mix until coated properly.
  5. Place the coated cookie on the rack.
  6. Top with whatever topping you want ( optional)
    Topped Cookie
  7. Once you have wrapped all of the cookies and topped them, place the rack in the fridge for at least 1 hour to cool completely.
    cookies in fridge
  8. If done properly, you will be able to touch the cookies without any chocolate sticking on your fingers.
  9. These will store easily for a week.
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    white chocolate oatmeal cookies
    Chocolate sprinkles