the most wonderful blend of butterscotchy chocolately crunchy goodness

my mom and all the sisters are getting together Saturday to bake cookies and just hang out.
this is one of the recipe’s I am taking and it was a total accident but it ended up being my son in law’s favorite cookie hence its name. 

Quite an unexpected surprise was this recipe.  

Here is how it went down… – I have had our families Butterscotch Cookie Recipe that is one of our go to favorites along with our Pumpkin Brownie’s   SO…instead of making 3 different recipe’s I made one and dumped all the other ingredients ( butterscotch morselsGhirardelli white chocolate morsels and Trader Joe’s Honey Wheat Pretzel Sticks  in for good measure and out came

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the most wonderful blend of butterscotchy chocolately crunchy goodness.

WARNING - these cookies will seriously bribe any man to work. SO - if you have some honey do’s  I would suggest you bake a batch..NOW:)
if you have a favorite cookie swap recipe I would LOVE to have it

::: SON in LAW Cookies :::

3/4 C. butter – softened
3/4 C. granulated sugar
3/4 C. light packed brown sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp. vanilla - preferably real
1 1/4 C all purpose flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp. salt
3 C. quick oats
3/4 C. butterscotch morsels
3/4 C. ghirardelli white chocolate morsels
3/4 C. Trader Joe’s Honey Whole Wheat Pretzels - coarsely chopped

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Heat oven to 375.  Beat butter and both sugars until creamy.
add eggs and vanilla and beat well
Combine flour, soda, salt &  cinnamon;
gradually add flour mixture to butter mixture
then stir in chips and oats – then mix

Take heaping tsp. and place on baking sheet lined with parchment paper
or silpat:)
I flattened the dough balls out a tad
bake for 8-10 minutes or until golden..i cook less for a more soft cookie
The recipe makes 4 dozen but I got 2 1/2 because I make mine bigger.

oh…i forgot to mention these are calorie free….;)

xotiff

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Kendra - Man bribery huh?! I may have to try these delcious looking goodies! Thank you for sharing. :)

<3, Kendra

sheri - Those look yummy. We have baking day this Saturday so I’m going to try them. Thanks for sharing.

Janie Fox - Calorie free…oh, you are evil!! hehe

Glenda Childers - YUM.

Fondly,
Glenda

Catt - Looks wonderful….however, the font you used for the recipe is just about unreadable and I cannot highlight and cut and paste so I would have to hand write the recipe (which is almost unreadable)….would love it if you could redo the recipe in a different font and put a link to the recipe that could be copied. They look fantastic…thanks.

tara - yummo…great recipe and awesome presentation. :)

Lemonade Makin' Mama - MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!! I do love cookies.

Mindy - These look so good! I might have to add them to this year’s lineup of treats : )

Kris @junkchiccottage.blogspot.com - Wow Yum!!!! I will be trying these.
Kris

Suzanne - Lucky me, Trader Joe’s
is on my errand list, today!
I’ll pick up some of those
pretzels and give this recipe
a whirl. Thanks, girlie!

xo Suzanne

Thistle - tiffani,

This sounds delicious and easy and fun and calorie free! Just right for a person who only makes chocolate chip cookies from the pull-apart section of the grocery store! Thanks for linking up!

Have a blessed and very merry Christmas!

blessings,
karianne

PS Totally pinned it!

Anonymous - These sound super yummy!

Beth - When do you use the pretzels? Stir them in with the chips and oats?

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