Oatmeal Cookie Recipe For Toaster Oven

Philippines
July 25, 2017 4:45am CST
I've been searching for oatmeal cookie recipes using a toaster oven because we have a lot of rolled oats. Here's how I search: 1. Go to Google Images and type ingredient/s and method. Ex. oatmeal toaster. I click the pictures I like and go to the sites. Or 2. Type ingredients in Google Search minus one ingredient. Ex. oatmeal cookie -peanut butter, so recipes with peanut butter will not show up. While searching I stumbled on an interesting website dedicated to cooking and baking with a toaster oven called Toaster Oven Love. They have many recipes with pictures of breakfasts, lunches, snacks and desserts. They also have helpful articles like What Not To Put In A Toaster Oven and Difference Between Conventional and Convection Toaster Oven. Here's the link to the site if you're curious: I forgot about finding oatmeal cookie recipes because I got sidetracked watching various YouTube videos of people baking cakes using steamers, rice cookers, etc.
Simple and delicious toaster oven recipes. Great tasting small batch recipes for breakfast, desserts and meals designed just for your toaster oven.
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19 responses
@dollaboy (6323)
25 Jul
I don't like Oat meals much but will check the link provided
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• Philippines
25 Jul
yeah, eating a bowl of oatmeal can get boring. i do add other stuff like raisins, banana, cinnamon, milo...
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@dollaboy (6323)
25 Jul
@hereandthere and what about boiled eggs in breakfast ?
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• Philippines
25 Jul
@dollaboy sometimes boiled, usually sunny side up because it's faster to cook.
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@SIMPLYD (75303)
• Philippines
26 Jul
Thank you for sharing that link. Now, I will try that baked sweet potatoes for breakfast. But I will not use a baked potato but a boiled sweet potato instead. It should just be boiled firm though.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
good idea to use sweet potato. more nutrients, more fiber and tastier.
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@SIMPLYD (75303)
• Philippines
1 Aug
@hereandthere Precisely.
• Philippines
26 Jul
I have ate a wheat bread a couple days ago but I didn't toast it when I was supposed to.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
we have loaves of wheat bread more often than pandesal now because sometimes when we have soup or pasta or pancit for dinner, we don't cook rice anymore. the brand we buy is marby's.
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@jobelbojel (5043)
• Philippines
28 Jul
I will check the link on Sunday. Thank you for sharing your discovery
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• Philippines
28 Jul
there's even more no-oven cooking and baking videos on youtube from people around that world using rice cookers, steamers, pressure cookers, etc. that i lost track of time watching them.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
@hereandthere I will definitely check it.
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• Japan
27 Jul
I am even lazier than toaster oven. I use the microwave to bake one cookie or mug cupcake at a time. That way it doesn't heat up the house, and I don't end up with a batch of cookies that I feel obliged to eat all at once.
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• Philippines
28 Jul
when baking one cookie in the microwave, do you follow the same temperature and time as the oven or adjust it?
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@DianneN (59139)
• United States
25 Jul
You are not the only one easily sidetracked with YouTube videos! lol This is one site I shall save. Thanks!!!!!
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• Philippines
28 Jul
they said their recipes are simple, delicious and mostly healthy. good luck!
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@sol_cee (13566)
• Japan
27 Jul
Tasty and healthy but no thank you. haha
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• Philippines
28 Jul
do you prefer chocolate chip cookies?
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@sol_cee (13566)
• Japan
28 Jul
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• Philippines
28 Jul
@sol_cee not surprised. most people do, but i feel that i've outgrown them.
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@sishy7 (27245)
• Australia
28 Jul
I don't have a toaster oven... I'm going to experiment with making a cake in a microwave though... I'll probably start with something called a mug cake - the recipe looks very easy...
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• Philippines
28 Jul
we rarely use the microwave, but i found out it's good for melting butter and sugar for, say, rice crispy treats and other no-bake bars.
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@sishy7 (27245)
• Australia
28 Jul
@hereandthere I use it to melt chocolate, cheese, and jam too...
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@HazySue (17022)
• United States
25 Jul
That is so interesting. I will have to try it. Thanks for the link.
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• Philippines
25 Jul
i was impressed by the site. they have lots of step-by-step pictures with explanations, even troubleshooting what went wrong with your cookies
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@HazySue (17022)
• United States
25 Jul
@hereandthere it sounds like my kind of site. I will definitely be looking further into it.
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@jstory07 (58305)
• Roseburg, Oregon
30 Jul
I will go now and watch it. Thanks for sharing.
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@marlina (62079)
• Canada
25 Jul
Thanks for the link.
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• Philippines
25 Jul
one good point they and other similar sites made about using a toaster oven is it's perfect when you only want to cook or bake a small batch, especially if you live alone or if there's only 2 of you at home.
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@Sreekala (18781)
• India
25 Jul
It happens with me too while seraching something and getting distracted with some other interesting topics. Oatmeal, I am not interested.
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• Philippines
25 Jul
it's really amazing because one of the videos showed putting sand inside the pot. i'm okay with eating oatmeal, but for a change, i'm thinking about oatmeal raisin cookies.
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@ilocosboy (33256)
• Philippines
25 Jul
This can help oatmeal lover
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• Philippines
25 Jul
i've always preferred oatmeal raisin cookies over chocolate chip cookies
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@Hannihar (12533)
19 Oct
That is interesting. I never thought one can bake cookies in a toaster oven.
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@Lucky15 (33700)
• Philippines
25 Jul
sidetracked? you are not alone, haha
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@Corbin5 (81367)
• United States
25 Jul
We don't have a toaster oven, but how cool one can make so many good things using one.
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@prashu228 (22839)
• India
25 Jul
Interesting. I make oats dosa, also like oats in buttermilk or curd and sometimes in milk...
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@JudyEv (100470)
• Bunbury, Australia
25 Jul
I get side-tracked too once I start watching YouTube clips.
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@much2say (35399)
• United States
25 Jul
My husband grew up with a toaster oven, so that is why we have one! But I don't use it a lot except to toast some bread. I use the regular oven for baking normally because there is more space. Hmmm, I should try to make smaller batches of cookies . . . I'll have to check it out! I often get side tracked with research too .
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