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  1. Hi Jamie,
    I would love these cookies in my cookie jar! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope you are having a great weekend!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  2. I have these pinned or favorited these (I don't remember which!) because as soon as I saw the picture on Facebook I wanted to give them a go! Look great and cookies are one of the few ways that I will eat pumpkin!

  3. How funny. Yesterday I was craving oatmeal cookies and thought about making pumpkin oatmeal cookies. Of course, this all would have worked out a lot better if I'd actually had pumpkin. Anyway…yum! I dig OXO stuff and was not aware of the Cookies for Kids Cancer benefit.
    Thank you for linking!

  4. Jamie,
    Thanks for linking up to our Halloween/Fall party. These cookies are so yummy looking! I love anything with oatmeal and can't wait to try this recipe.

    xoxo,
    Michelle

  5. Made these tonight, however I did some modifications. Instead of 3 sticks of butter, I used two and then a half cup of greek yogurt. I cut down on both sugars as well. I also added an extra cup of oatmeal and threw in some all spice. I made some with the chocolate, and some without (husband loves chocolate, but I hate it) and they turned out perfect. I did have to bake them a couple minutes more.

  6. Jamie the base recipe for this cookie is wonderful. I altered the "add-in" and used white chocolate, dried cranberries and chopped walnuts. A huge hit at Thanksgiving and I am making them again for Christmas. Happy holidays and thank you again.

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