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Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe {clone!} + BLENDTEC giveaway! {CLOSED}

Mrs.Field's Cookies 2 Happy Friday, friends :) Boy oh boy am I happy it’s the weekend! I don’t know if it’s something psychological, but Friday’s always mean I can breathe a sigh of relief. Well, technically it means a break from the munchkin….hence sigh of relief. I love her and all, but I’m with her constantly….all day everyday. So, I think we both like it when Daddy’s home on the weekends.

ANYWAYS, I did something bad but oh so good. Slap on those fatty mcfat pants. I decided to make some chocolate chip cookies…because I wanted to. AND, I found a few cloned Mrs.Field’s cookie recipes that I threw together and gave a whirl. Umm, YESSSSSSS. Such a good idea. These are soft, chewy, bigger than my face and surprisingly easy to whip up. You just need to know about a few tricks of the trade to get such wonderful results! Take a peek and try these out this weekend! SO worth it. AND, scroll down to enter my Blendtec Giveaway. Oh yeah!

blendtec Secret numero uno: Oat flour. I don’t use/typically buy oat flour…until now! That is the secret ingredient in these cookies! Throw some oats into your Blentec and give them a good whirl. Voila! Oat flour. Set aside for a few minutes.

Ingredients 1 Whip some butter, brown sugar and granulated sugar together until light and fluffy.

Ingredients 3 Stir in an egg

Ingredients 4 and some vanilla.

Ingredients 2 Now we can add in the dry ingredients

Ingredients 5 plus that oat flour we ground up!

Ingredients 6 Stir and then add in lots of chocolate chips. I used milk chocolate because it’s what I found in my cupboard, but use whatever you want.

Ingredients 7 And voila! Cookie dough.

Ingredients 8 Measure out 1/4 cup balls of dough and flatten into 2-3 inch discs. Freeze 30 minutes {secret #2}, then bake low and slow at 300 degrees for 12-15 minutes {secret #3}. This creates the softest baked cookies EVER!

Cookies Hello lover! You want to pull them out once the edges looked cooked but the centers look slightly raw still. Cool 2 minutes, then remove to cooling rack. These were in an extra minute and you can see the edges are golden. Too much!! Watch your cookies like a hawk so they don’t over bake.

Mrs.Field's Cookies 1 Ahh, smell that? That is the smell of joy and satisfaction.

Mrs.Field's Cookies Hello ooey gooey cookies. How I love thee.

Here’s the printable, guys! Make these this weekend! Super tasty!

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Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies {my version}

Yield: 11 large cookies

Ingredients:

1/2 cup butter, softened
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 large egg
1 1/4 cups rolled oats
1 cup all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup milk chocolate chips

Directions:

Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper and set aside.

Pour oats into high powered blender {such as a Blendtec} and blend into flour. Set aside.

In a large bowl, whip butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Stir in vanilla and egg. Stir in all dry ingredients, including the homemade oat flour until just combined. Stir in chocolate chips. Spoon cookie dough into 1/4 cup measure, level off and scoop out onto prepared baking sheets. Flatten evenly to be about 2-3 inches across. Place in the freezer for 20-30 minutes.

Preheat oven to 300 degrees and bake cookies 15 minutes or until just barely barely browned. {they won't look cooked in the middle.} Remove from oven and cool 2 minutes before transferring to cooling rack. Enjoy at room temperature or warm with milk!

***GIVEAWAY***

Blendtec giveaway My friends at Blendtec want YOU to have one of their awesome {and I mean AWESOME!!} blenders. They work like a charm and can seriously blend anything and everything :) Holla! It has state of the art blending features and it’s sleek design proudly displays on your kitchen counter.

Why you want to win this Blendtec Blender:

Awesome Blend Cycle Icons
The touch area has illuminated, easy to read, universal icons that enable effortless selection of our signature blend cycles. These cycles are optimized to deliver great blends with a single touch.

TotalControl™
The revolutionary new slider interface gives you absolute control over your blender’s speed. Precise touch sensors give you every bit of control you deserve. Touch anywhere on the slider to jump right to any speed, and slide your finger up and down to fine tune your blend.

It is also simple to clean up and takes the place of so many other kitchen gadgets. This means a more streamlined kitchen and less to clean for you!

What’s included in this prize pack:
{1} Total Blender Classic WildSide Blendtec Blender
{1} Twister Jar {a new, smaller blender meant for thicker things to blend, like hummus, guacamole and dips}
{Over $600 value!}

Here’s how to enter:
{1} Like Blendtec and/or Lauren’s Latest on Facebook. Leave a comment HERE under this post saying you did so.
{2} Follow Blendtec and/or Lauren’s Latest on Twitter. Leave a comment HERE under this post saying you did so.
{3} Subscribe via email to Lauren’s Latest. Leave a comment HERE under this post saying you did so.
{4} Follow Lauren’s Latest on Instagram. Leave a comment HERE under this post saying you did so.
{5} Subscribe to Lauren’s Latest on Youtube. Leave a comment HERE under this post saying you did so.

Rules:

Contest only open to US residents only. Each entrant is eligible for 5 entries only. Any more and I will hunt you down and kill you. Just kidding. Not really. Contest opens Friday, September 21st 12:00 am PST and closes Thursday, September 27th 11:59pm PST. Winner will be drawn at random and notified via email on Friday, September 28th. Winner will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen.

Good luck! Have a great weekend!

Disclaimer: I received a Blendtec Blender for review myself and was not reimbursed for writing this post. All opinions expressed are of my own. ALWAYS and forever more. Amen.

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  20. So THAT’S how the cookies are so soft!!! I will have to try this sometime. =)

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  21. Those cookies look delicious!
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  27. I love Mrs. Fields cookies and love the secret tips! My blender died about 2 weeks ago and I’m dying without one! Of course I follow you and Blendtec on facebook!

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  31. I am such a sucker for yummy chocolate chip cookies and am thrilled to learn the secret of Ms. Debbie and will totally give oat flour a try. The real question: exactly how did you find out these sneaky tricks Ms. Detective? Impressive!

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