A big batch of butterscotch oatmeal cookies is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth!
I think we’ve gone far too long without some dessert around here, don’t you? We’ve had some deeee-licious dinners for sure, but a girl needs her cookies too! I had a bag of butterscotch chips in my baking cabinet just begging to be used which made my decision about what kind of cookies to make an easy one.
I actually made these cookies with a different purpose than just satisfying my sweet tooth. I’m sending a super-duper special person who I miss thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis much a care package and what goes better in a care package than cookies? Not much. I’ve sent quite a few of them in my days and cookies always seem to hold up the best. I also chose to make oatmeal cookies because oats tend to make for a sturdier cookie and oatmeal seemed like the perfect cookie to stuff a bunch of those yummy butterscotch chips in.
Speaking of the butterscotch, if you’re a fan of it, you must make these cookies. The chewy oatmeal cookies are buttery and cinnamon spiced, and pair perfectly with the rich butterscotch chips. These cookies are just bursting with the butterscotch flavor! This recipe makes a LOT of cookies, which is a good thing when you’re sharing, but if you’re making them for a smaller crowd, I’d suggest freezing the extra dough or baked cookies instead of cutting the recipe in half. You’ll thank me later for that little tip.
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