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Bake Like a Pro with Robin Miller and GoodCook: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Bake Like a Pro with Robin Miller and GoodCook: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
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With cookies this good, you’ll never go back to those premade cookie dough days. Follow along as Robin shows you how to achieve the best consistency and perfect texture with a little help from her GoodCook baking sheet. These golden-brown beauties will have your mouth watering as you watch them crisp up in the oven!
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Robin Miller

Robin Miller has been a TV personality, food writer, and nutritionist since 1990 and she is the author of ten books, including the New York Times bestseller, Quick Fix Meals. Robin is currently writing and photographing her eleventh cookbook. Her popular show, Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller, aired on Food Network for five years. All six seasons are currently streaming on Discovery+. Robin has two cooking shows streaming on, Real Life Cooking and Efficient Weeknight Cooking. Robin also regularly hosts LIVE cooking classes and tutorials on the Craftsy platform.

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10 Responses to “Bake Like a Pro with Robin Miller and GoodCook: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies”


    I haven’t bake yet. Is this a chewy/softbake cookie?

  2. be deol


  3. Diane Howell

    If you use a convection oven, would you need to adjust the temperature?


    No recipe is written in stone. You can ALWAYS substitute one ingredient for another that requires the same moisture and volume. This does take some math skills.... For instance, if using a nut flour, you will need to add the correct amount of ADDITIONAL liquids that nut flours require. Same with KETO friendly sweeteners....those are so sweet that they are used at a smaller "volume" which means you need to figure out how much extra volume in another ingredient will be needed to make up the difference in ingredient volume lost from the original recipe.

  5. Marie Godbold

    Can you substitute for1/2 Almond flour, vegan butter


    sound simple will try

  7. edith goss

    <strong>These are the best oakmeal cookies, I remove the white suger and replace the chocholate chip for raisin they are the best I make them all the time now, we are in our 80, so had to tweek it a bit.

  8. Jennifer

    Can you substitute butter flavored Crisco?

  9. Tracie Clary

    Do you have a favorite brand of vanilla extract?

  10. Catherine

    Will these tips work for gluten free baking?

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