504 Main by Holly Lefevre: Oatmeal Crunch Cookies in a Mug! (recipe)

2.26.2013

Oatmeal Crunch Cookies in a Mug! (recipe)

Yesterday I shared a recipe for Molten Marshmallow Fudge Cake in a Mug.
While I remember something similar from my childhood,
I had forgotten how yummy and fun these are to make...
 and now I am kind of hooked on these easy peasy
single serving fresh from the (microwave) oven treats!

So, of course, I had to try more!
But this time a cookie!
Oatmeal Crunch Cookie in a Cup

The cookie is very much inspired by Melissa at No. 2 Pencil.
As I searched for a basic cookie recipe (in a mug) too alter and make my own,
Pinterest, and basically everyone else said
 Melissa's recipe was the bomb.
So that is where I started.

This combination of ingredients is from one of my most favorite-est cookies in the universe!
(which I have never shared on the blog...tragic!)

Oatmeal Crunch Cookie in a Cup


INGREDIENTS 
  • 1 Tablespoon butter, melted
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 egg yolk
  • dash of salt
  • 3 Tablespoons All Purpose Flour 
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons of Oatmeal (I used Old Fashioned Oats...you can use what you have on hand)
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons of Corn Flakes

cookie in a cup ingredients

MAKE IT! 
  • Melt the butter in a microwave safe mug or bowl or jar
  • Add the sugar and brown sugar; mix well.
  • Add the vanilla; mix
  • Add the salt; mix well.
  • Add the egg yolk; mix well.
  • Add the flour; mix well.
  • Add 1 1/2 tablespoons of Oatmeal; mix well.
  • Add 1 1/2 tablespoons of Corn Flakes; mix well.
  • Microwave for 40 seconds and check for doneness. In my microwave, it takes about 55 seconds. (I am trying this out - below is a "recipe card for the recipe - right click and save and then you should be able to print - remember this is an experiment- let me know if you have trouble!)

(right click to save this recipe below as a jpeg and then you should be able to print it!)
cookie in a cup recipe card
This recipes are proving to me that my microwave
and I have never gotten to know each other well enough

oatmeal crunch cookie in a cup

Enjoy your amazing warm from the (microwave) oven cookie! 
If you need a chocolate chip cookie, head over to No. 2 Pencil for her amazing recipe!
Be sure to check out the Molten Marshamllow Fudge Cake in a Mug too!
molten marshmallow cake in a mug or cup


So now, I am hooked on cake in a mug and cookies...
I see a lot of trouble in my future!
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15 comments :

  1. Yum! I love all the cookies/cakes in a cup recipes!!!

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  2. Holly, I love oatmeal cookies too. Do you think we could pass this one off as being "healthy." Well, it does, after all, have oats in it. Nay, but it's sure to be tasty!

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  3. I must be living under a rock because I have never heard of this till now! looks yummy though!
    Denise

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  4. So, I'll just make 10 or 12 of these to satisfy my oatmeal cookie craving!
    LOL Looks so good on a cold day!

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  5. I've made the cake in a mug and it was awesome. Can't wait to your cookie recipe...Oatmeal Pecan cookies are my fav so I may add pecans to mine. :))
    See ya in a bit for TP....

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  6. Obviously you have no problem dragging us all down that path with you! Oh my.....this could use some apples or peaches ....I'm only thinking of us all needing some fruit of course....

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  7. Looks yummy! I love the quick mug desserts. So fun!

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  8. Hm my microwave took longer, and mine tastes or seems more like an oat muffin, which is ok, but I wonder what I did wrong? I measured the flour... Thnx

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  9. Addicted2reliv:
    Hmmm...each microwave takes a different amount of time. Did you cook for more than one minute? That could be the issue #1. Even if the top of the cookie does not look as done at 1 minute, let it cool and try it (kind of like when you take a cookie right out of the oven and it look moist still). The consistency/texture is thicker than what a cookie would be because it is in a mug...but maybe try a little less flour (2 T) and then add just a bit at a time to a more cookie like batter.

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  10. I definitely know what I am making for my next cookie craving!! This sound so scrumptious!
    Thank you so much for joining the party, Holly!

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  11. Ok I need to try making a cookie in a cup and definitely start with this one!! Looks amazing Holly! Pinned!

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  12. Now I want cookies...and I am trying to do sugar free for a little while! This is going on my list to try later!!!

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  13. Mmmm...looks delicious, Holly!! Now I NEED one! :)

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  14. I had some museli (this type had some raspberries and chocolate in it) and it was so delightful! Totally hit the spot. Also, I omitted the brown sugar and used a teaspoon of honey. Thanks for posting :)

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