5 lb. Oatmeal Cookie Mix
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- Approximately 100 servings per bag
- Saves time baking from scratch
- Must-have cookie flavor
- Makes soft, moist cookies
|Package Size||5 Pounds|
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Treat your customers to the sweet taste and aroma of warm, freshly-baked cookies made from this 5 lb. oatmeal cookie mix! Rather than spending time baking cookies from scratch, this mix allows you to quickly whip up batches of delicious, moist cookies to satisfy all of your patrons. In fact, each 5 lb. bag can create almost 100 cookies! Providing all of the ingredients you need, this mix just requires you to add water, mix, and bake. Simplify the baking process and serve your guests more quickly and efficiently with this oatmeal cookie mix!
Though these cookies are easy to make, they still retain the soft texture and a homemade taste that your patrons know and love. This Old Tyme Mill classic cookie mix, from National Foods Packaging, features the sweet, nourishing taste of oatmeal. The finished product has a warm and comforting taste that’s great for the winter season or to spruce up your menu with holiday specialty treats. Try adding raisins to the mix, and create timeless, popular oatmeal raisin cookies. Perfect for making a sweet snack or a nostalgic dessert, this versatile cookie mix is sure to delight your customers.
Sold in a 5 lb. bag.
Using a mixing bowl and a paddle, place cookie mix into the bowl. Start mixer on a low speed then add 9 oz. of water and allow it to mix in. Once all of the water is evenly mixed in, the dough is completed. This should take approximately 1 minute. Be careful not to over mix.
Next, form a log/snake about 1” in diameter, then cut the snake into 1 1/2” long increments (1 oz. pieces). Round the cut pieces into a ball and place onto a lightly greased baking sheet. Flatten each ball of dough slightly. This will give you a 3” - 3 1/4” finished cookie.
Conventional Oven Baking Instructions:
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Bake for about 12-14 minutes or until golden brown. Remove cookies and place onto a cooling rack.
Convection Oven Baking Instructions:
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Bake for about 7-9 minutes or until golden brown. Remove cookies and place onto a cooling rack.
Note: Baking times may vary depending on the oven.
Due to the density of this dry mix, it should be measured by weight, not measured out.
Overall User Rating: 5 lb. Oatmeal Cookie Mix ( 4.5 stars from 19 reviews )
I bought this mix to make Christmas cookies..it couldn't be any easier, add some raisins, the liquid and bake! Nothing could be easier I might even try butterscotch chips in a few! Yum!
Deborah H. Posted on 12/07/2014
I tried this, and while its ok, I think I would still rather bake from scratch. This can save you time in a pinch though.
Athalia L. Posted on 09/22/2014
This was the simplest oatmeal cookies to make. Just followed instructions mixed dropped baked . Super moist soft an chewy oatmeal cookies . Youth enjoyed making these for us.
Lynette H. from Paddletown St. Pauls U.M.Church Posted on 09/02/2014
We used this for making oatmeal raisin cookies by adding a cup of raisins per 1 pound of mix. Then used the mix for oat bran muffins. It has a slight aftertaste but overall not bad.
Gabriella C. from Elements Posted on 07/05/2014
This is a good quality, versatile cookie mix that makes a good oatmeal cookie. I added melted butter in the water for a bit more flavor. The spice combination is really tasty. I have also used as a topping on apple crisps and apple tarts.
Valerie A. Posted on 03/19/2014
I was surprisingly disappointed in this mix. It is easy, but I did not like the cookie enough to sell it in the shop. Even when I played with it to enhance it, I still wouldn't re-order.
Claudia A. from Anderson's in the Village Posted on 11/14/2013
A very tasty oatmeal cookie. Very good when you add raisins to it for the classic oatmeal raisin cookie. It's also great used as the crust of a fruit pizza.
Dave P. Posted on 06/17/2013
I use this oatmeal cookie mix and add raisens. Yhey are so good and easy to bake. it is also good for apple or peach crisp. Great buy.
Sheila M. from Sheila's Homestyle Posted on 11/09/2012
These are easy and quick to make. I am making them for teacher treats for my kids school. I've made several batches using many different add ins and they all taste great. I highly recommend these if you need something quick or are making in mass quantity. If not just make a small batch for yourself. Quality cookie. I did scoop them with a cookie scoop and flatten them to bake.
Michael V. from Stephanie Posted on 10/24/2012
I love the flavor of this oatmeal cookie mix! Easy to make homemade oatmeal cookies! Nice mix for making a unique crust for cheesecake! Large bag will last a while!!
Eric K. Posted on 10/23/2012
When it comes to oatmeal cookies I am a bit of a connoisseur. There is nothing like a good oatmeal cookie and this mix makes the best. When it comes time for cookie making around the holidays, this is the mix I use.
Andrew L. from The Pie Kitchen Posted on 10/17/2012
These oatmeal cookies are really delicious. Our customers at the restaurant love them and so do my kids. You can put raisins, nuts and even chocolate chips in them.
Michelle H. Posted on 10/14/2012
Heavens, what did I do wrong. I only wanted to make a 1lb. batch so I add 1.8oz of water. dough seemed a little to dry,but I mixed it together. I didn't cut in log form,but did my usual scoops. I baked at 375 for 12min.came out rounded,puffy, and dry. I am stumped. I ordered the choc chip and brownie mix and I am afraid to try these now.
Genevieve S. Posted on 10/14/2012
So easy to make. I added raisins to this wondreful mix. and gave them as gifts, the cookies were moist and the taste was truly homemade, wonderful
Cathy P. Posted on 09/30/2012
I absolutely love oatmeal cookies, they are my favorite type. I love adding in both raisins and chocolate chips to the batter, it is a great addition.
Jennifer M. Posted on 09/14/2012
These were better then any made from scratch recipe I have tried, light, moist & delicious. We added Chocolate Chips and a few walnuts and everyone loved them. We made a test batch, just 8oz of mix with 2tbs of water & they were perfect (made 6 cookies)!
Renee B. from Sugar Rush Bakery Posted on 09/07/2012
This cookie mix is great.The cookies taste just like the ones made from scratch. I like to put chocolate chip in the dough and create chocolate chip cookies or put some fruit on top. My family, friend and clients are just loving them.
Teodora V. from Tedy's Mix Posted on 07/31/2012
5 lb.Oatmeal Cookie Mix.It is very tasty. We add rasins,and nuts, to ours to give it the added taste. Everyone loves them. We sell them by the dozen. great profit.Thanks
John H. from Harrison enterprizes Posted on 06/10/2012
The 5 lb.Oatmeal cookie Mix . Everyone loves Oatmeal cookies, From kids to adults. We have a display of several cookies, On the counter we sell alot of them sometimes we give the kids one for a dessert for being good. Nice trear.
Angela H. from Harrison Familey Restaurant Posted on 06/04/2012
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