Martha Stewart’s Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

I’m back with another celebrity-inspired quail egg recipe. This time, I’ve decided to try something sweet and crunchy: oatmeal cookies! This celebrity recipe was created by none other than Martha Stewart. Before I begin and get into the details of Martha Stewart’s oatmeal cookies recipe, let’s talk a little about who this personality is.

Martha Stewart is the founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Emmy Award-winning television show host. She’s also an entrepreneur and bestselling author. Her fame and influence are so strong that she is considered to be America’s most trusted lifestyle expert and teacher. Millions of people rely on her for “how-to” information for various aspects of everyday living. Her opinion on cooking, though, is what I will focus on in this article.

Martha StewartHer cooking talent became obvious when her cooking school won the James Beard Award for Outstanding Series. Her success on television was rewarded with 18 Emmy Awards and her shows reach over 100 million consumers on all media platforms each month. That is the power of the Martha Stewart brand.

Martha Stewart’s Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

While this recipe is an easy-to-make healthy snack, it won its place on my site due to its simplicity and deliciousness. However, don’t be fooled by this recipe’s simplicity. Despite its few ingredients and simple instructions, the flavors and textures that unfold in your mouth as you take a bite of the cookies will win you over!

How To Make Martha Stewart’s Oatmeal Cookies

Just follow the simple steps below and you’ll have a delicious dessert or breakfast treat in no time at all.

Martha Stewart's oatmeal cookies

Martha Stewart's Oatmeal Cookies With Quail Eggs

A simple recipe for delicious oatmeal cookies you can make for dessert or even breakfast.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Course Breakfast, Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 12 cookies
Calories 462.51 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

  • 1 cup brown sugar or erythritol if you want to cut back on calories
  • 1 cup granulated sugar sorbitol has a similar texture and is lighter
  • ½ lb butter at room temperature
  • 12 quail eggs
  • 3 cups oats
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ cup wheat germ
  • 12 oz dark chocolate chopped
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp baking soda

Instructions
 

  • Take a medium-sized bowl and add the butter. Use a wooden spoon to cream the butter.  Next, add the white and brown sugar and stir. Make sure you stir until all the sugar is dissolved. You can check regularly with your fingers. If you still feel the sugar crystals, stir some more. You can also use a hand mixer if you want to.
  • Next, scrape down the bowl and add the quail eggs and vanilla. Just like the butter, it's best to use room-temperature eggs. It will help the dough grow bigger and more tender. After that, mix the flour and the baking soda and add to the creamed mixture. Make sure you mix it well enough. You want the ingredients to form a smooth batter.
  • After that, add the oatmeal, and chocolate. Mix until the mixture is even.
  • Using plastic wrap, divide into 2-3 logs and wrap. Place the logs on a tray and put them in the fridge. Chill for 15 minutes. Remove from the fridge and slice them half-a-finger thick.
  • Bake on a baking sheet at 350 degrees for 10 mins. Cool on rack.

Nutrition

Calories: 462.51kcalCarbohydrates: 72.8gProtein: 8.86gFat: 15.6gSaturated Fat: 7.94gTrans Fat: 0.01gCholesterol: 78.89mgSodium: 136.73mgPotassium: 392.5mgFiber: 6.05gSugar: 42.45gVitamin A: 91.11IUCalcium: 77.57mgIron: 5.49mg
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In order to make this part easier for you, consider using powdered sugar. This will make things go faster.

And there you have it! This is Martha Stewart’s oatmeal cookies recipe reinterpreted with quail eggs – just as delicious as the original! Maybe the cooking maven herself would find the slightly creamier texture of the dough interesting enough to give it a try. This is because of the higher yolk to white ratio of the quail eggs. Enjoy these cookies in the morning and you’ll have the energy to keep you going the entire day.

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