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Maple Oatmeal Cookies have a wonderful crisp crunch and spicy flavor. I adapted the original recipe and added more flour. The original recipe called for less which made a crispy crunch cookie. I prefer a bit more of a cakey cookie. Both versions make a great breakfast cookie. The crisp version goes good crumbled in your yogurt.
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Maple Oatmeal Cookies Recipe:
Source: I adapted these delicious Maple Oatmeal Cookies from the book, Sweet Maple, Life – lore & recipes from the sugarbush, by James M. Lawrence and Rux Martin. Recipe by Sharon LaPorte of Vermont. The original recipe didn’t have enough flour and oatmeal.
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