Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies Posted on September 18, 2012 (February 8, 2021) by Lynna Since Fall is right around the corner, I thought sharing these cookies would be great today. These are one of my favorite recipes since I love cookies and I love apples in my desserts. I`ve made these cookies using Joy`s recipe several times now and I just LOVE these cookies. Definitely a keeper! These cookies are soft, not those hard and crunchy types. These are perfect for fall baking with the apple and cinnamon combination. Plus, this season is where you see apple and pumpkin desserts galore~ Also, this is just the beginning of apple recipes I`ll be sharing! I don`t really like eating apples, but I LOVE them in baked goods. It`s a good way to make make myself eat apples. LOL. So, I hope you love baked apple goodies as well and won`t get tired of seeing them everywhere! Haha~ I didn`t change anything with this recipe except for minor things, because I love it as it is! Joy knows her stuff! So linked to her site for directions, but I listed the materials needed and the precise ingredients I used to make mine. 😉 A note & suggestion: I like eating these cold. Yup, I put them in the fridge and eat it cold. It`s wonderful both cold and at room temperature! Just try it if you don`t believe me. Hehe. Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies From: Joy the Baker Yields: ~18-24 cookies Level: Easy Total Time: ~45-55 minutes Materials Needed: – 1 Cutting board – Knife – Peeler (if you want to peel apple skin, which I prefer personally) – Baking sheet – parchment paper/baking mat – 1 Small bowl – 1 Large bowl w/ mixer attachment – 1 Large bowl – 1 Rubber spatula – 1 Whisk Ingredients: § 1/2 cup (8 tablespoon/1 stick) unsalted butter, softened § 1/2 cup granulated sugar § 1/2 cup dark brown sugar § 1 large egg § 1 teaspoon vanilla extract § 1 cup all-purpose flour § 1 cup old fashioned oats § 1/2 teaspoon baking soda § 1/2 teaspoon baking powder § scant 1/2 teaspoon salt § 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon § 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg § 1 medium Granny Smith apple (peeled, diced into small pieces) § 1 teaspoon lemon juice Directions: 1. Please head over to Joy the Baker for directions.