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Blueberry White Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies

Blueberry White Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies You guys…I’m in a funk. A sugar crazed dizzy up the girl funk. I cannot for the life of me get myself to stop making {and consuming} EVERYTHING. It’s like everything in my line of vision gets instantly put in my mouth. I don’t know if it’s the heat or some random hormone surge that’s causing me to feel starved all the live long day?! What the blank is happening to me?

I feel like the hungry caterpillar.

She ate a piece of cake. But she was still hungry.

She ate a whole loaf of garlic bread. But she was still hungry.

She ate all the cookie dough. But she was still hungry.

Do you see a pattern here? This is soooooooo not in the plans of my diet. However, my thunder thighs are having a freakin’ par-tay!

Anyways, these cookies came about because I needed a snack and/or a pick me up and/or a fourth sugar fix of the day. {I know I have a problem.} The original plan was to just keep these straight up oatmeal cookies, but then I was possessed by some freak of nature that forced me to add blueberries and white chocolate. So, I threw those into the mix and baked these suckers up. And then I shoveled them ALL into my mouth.

But she was still hungry.

Just kidding. Sort of.

**Please be aware that I ate a bunch of cookie dough before I started actually baking, so you’ll probably get 3 dozen as opposed to 2 1/2 dozen as the recipe states. Thank you for not judging.

Also, these are like a cross between blueberry pie and blueberry crumble…..read: amazing. That is all.

Let’s make some cookies!

funny 1 First things first….find some free child labor. This little squirmy worm was floating around my house, so I snatched her up and took her hostage. She looks super thrilled with the cookie idea, doesn’t she?

funny 2 Ok, this one’s a little better…..

funny 3 …oh geeze. There she goes again.

funny 4 Back to normal? I think yes. {PS-these photos were taken within 10 seconds of each other. Yes, I have a hilariously animated child. Thank you for noticing.}

cookies 1 Start the cookies by creaming butter, sugar and brown sugar all together.

cookies 2 Splash in a little vanilla,

cookies 3 plop in an egg,

cookies 4 and whip until light and fluffy.

Cookie dry ingredients Dump in all your dry ingredients

cookies 5 and stir until just combined.

cookies 6 Now comes the good stuff! Stir in some white chocolate chunks and some fresh blueberries! Mmmm…..

cookies 7 Hello lover. It was at this point that I almost turned the oven off and grabbed a spoon.

cookies 8 Scoop out some dough to form cookies and press down lightly with your fingers to flatten slightly.

cookies 9 A few minutes in the oven and voila!! Yummy blueberry cookies!

Blueberry White Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies 1 These will last up to 4 days if you store them in an airtight container. I like to store mine in my stomach.

Burp.

Here’s the printable! Enjoy :)

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Blueberry White Chocolate Chunk Oatmeal Cookies

A nice change from the original chocolate chip cookie.

Yield: 2 1/2 dozen small cookies Prep Time: 15 min Cook Time: 8 min Total Time: 23 min

Ingredients:

1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg
1 1/4 cups all purpose flour
3/4 cup rolled oats
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/8 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 cup white chocolate chunks
1/2 cup fresh blueberries

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line baking sheet with parchment paper or silicone baking mat and set aside. In a large bowl, cream butter and sugars together. Stir in egg and vanilla. Whip until light and fluffy. Stir in all dry ingredients until just incorporated. Carefully stir in chocolate chunks and blueberries. Scoop onto baking sheet and press down lightly to flatten. Bake 7-8 minutes or until the edges are golden brown and the centers are soft, but not shiny. Cool 5 minutes on baking sheet and then transfer to cooling rack. Serve or store in airtight container for up to 4 days.

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51 Comments

  1. Man, your daughter is hilarious. Look at those faces!

    Love the combo of blueberries & white chocolate. I’ve made similar muffins but they sound even better in cookie form!

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  2. Your daughter is so cute! I bet she has you constantly in stitches! I love the idea of blueberries and white chocolate, I’ve tried raspberry before but blueberry sounds like it would work a lot better!

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  3. I adore your daughter!!! Such a cute little helper in the kitchen. :)

    These sound soooo yummy! I love the combination of ingredients in a cookie!!

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  4. haha, such a great post! I know how you feel….some days, well weeks I think is more appropriate, you just can’t get “full”! Here’s to happy snacking/devouring/or simply meeting our daily dose of good food:)

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  5. Your little girl’s expressions are PRICELESS! Adorable!!!

    And so are the cookies – blueberries, oats, white choc are all faves of mine!

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  6. Lauren, these cookies are phenomenal! Like a fantastic blueberry crisp gone mad and turned itself into an easily addictive cookie. I’m with ya, sister–lately, I cannot stop shoveling anything and everything into my mouth! Where did my diligence go? (Probably out the window with the idea of ever making traditional oatmeal cookies again!) :)

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  7. Love those faces! What a cutie!

    These cookies look awesome. I better wait to make them until I have some guests around or I’d be the hungry caterpillar.

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  8. Yum! These look delicious! I love blueberries, but I’ve never tried them in cookies before. What a great idea!

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  9. Hi! I saw these delightful cookies on pinterest and just had to stop by! Your blog is so lovely! And your daughter sure is animated, indeed! 😉 Do I want blueberry pie and crumble? Why choose when I can have this ;). Thanks for the recipe!

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  10. Just ran to the fridge to pull out the butter for these! Thanks :)

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  11. White chocolate and blueberries sounds like an amaaazing combo. Plus I’m always looking for any alternative to icky raisins to put in my oatmeal cookies :) I may have to try these soon!

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  12. I hear you on the Hungry Caterpillar problem. I have that problem every day.. 😉 Your cookies look delish and your “child laborer” is adorable! Thanks for the laugh!

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  13. Just finished making a batch of these LOVELY and DELICIOUS cookies!! Yup, they are addicting so I’m glad it makes a small amount. LOL Hubby really likes them also!!!

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  14. I seriously CANNOT wait to meet Brooke. She is the most hilarious and sweet dollface ever!! what great looking cookies and love the blueberry with white chocolate chip mixture :)

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  15. I feel your pain, I am convinced I have a tape worm. :) These look delish and very Maine! :) I can’t wait to try!

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  16. I’m about to start smacking somebody if I don’t get these in my tummy pronto!

    Also, your I’m hatin’ on your darn beautiful silpat. Mine is a splotchy, but well loved mess.

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  17. I have a major problem with storing things in my stomach too. Especially things like this. Up with thunder thighs?

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  18. I love when you post pictures of your daughter. She is too gosh darn cute. And these cookies – YUM! I’m totally loving the blueberries and the CHUNKS, not tiny little chips, of white chocolate.

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  19. Hi Lauren!
    Long time reader, first comment but I just HAD to let you know I too am on a major eating binge!!! Like MAJOR!!!! I cannot stop!
    Just wanted to let you know your not alone…xx

    P.S I love so much opf your stuff, I’ve cooked a bunch, pinned some & tell lots of people about you. You= awesome!!

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  20. Lauren–these sound amazing! I might just have to make them this weekend. Your daughter is too cute.

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  21. Holy moly – I need a whole batch of these in my life. And yes, I think I could consume the whole thing.

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  22. What pretty cookies! I love blueberries.

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  23. These sounds delicious-I don’t know why but I’ve never thought of adding blueberries to a cookie batter before. But I’ve got both a ton of blueberries and white chocolate chips just waiting to be used, so I may have to make these this weekend :) Thanks for the recipe!

    And I totally know what you mean about being ravenous lately-I feel like a bottomless pit, especially when it comes to carb-y deliciousness like bread. No judging here, that’s for sure 😉

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  24. Do you think this recipe would still work if I used dehydrated blueberries? We ate all our fresh blueberries. :)

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  25. Wow those cookies look amazing! I love the way the blueberries ooze out in some of the cookies. Perfection! And soooo excited to meet you soon! :)

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  26. Lauren, what beautiful looking cookies. I’m afraid to bake cookies with fresh fruit in them in fear that the juices will flatten the cookies out. So not the case here! They are perfect., and she is adorable!

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  27. Oh my goodness … these look AWESOME!!! I really want to try them. Pinning now!

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  28. These look delicious! Makes me wish I had some blueberries because oatmeal cookies are my favorite!

    Helen
    Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

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  29. loved these. my son helped me make them, well helped me eat the white choc. i made them larger, so i only had about 15 cookies and they took me about 16-17 min to cook. but damn good to eat, not good to lose my baby weight. :)

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  30. These look awesome

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  31. These cookies are phenomenal. What a perfect combination :)

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  32. Curious….Could I substitute chocolate chunks for the white chocolate chunks????

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    • Lauren — August 16th, 2012 @ 6:27 pm

      Of course!

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  33. What a lovely kid!

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  34. These are my new favorite cookie!! Made two batches in one day since the first batch disappeared so fast! Thanks for the recipe!

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  35. My favorite of the cookies I’ve made recently! The combination of blueberries and white chocolate is to die for and the oatmeal texture is just enough to make them not overly sweet. Sooo good!

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  36. Can’t wait to try these!
    Have you tried adding peanut butter to them? I’m thinking maybe a “peanut butter jelly” combo.

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  37. Loved your style Lauren n your animated cutie pie

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  38. I stumbled here through Pinterest, lovely blog! Your recipes are lovely but i can’t use most of them coz they use eggs. I am a vegetarian. Is there a way I can replace eggs in the recipe without compromising the taste?

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  39. These cookies are amazing!! I have made them twice—they do not last!!! My husband likes them better than chocolate chip cookies!! Thanks so much for the recipe!! I love looking through your blog–you have great recipes!!!

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