Quaker Oats Cream Pie Snacks: My First Oats Cookies!

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I've been experimenting with a lot of cookies and bread baking lately. But for some reason, this is my first time to make oatmeal cookies. Chef Miko Aspiras uses some rolled oats for his Quaker Cream Pie Cookies and since it came as a DIY Kit, my first try with making oat cookies is easier- no more measuring dry ingredients!


Here's what's in the Quaker Oats Cream Pie Recipe DIY Kit:

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The box has everything the recipe calls for except the egg and the butter. I personally love Cream Cheese filling so I made that instead of the suggested Buttercream frosting and I made a couple of tweaks with my oats cookies as well. You also get your recipe card in the box, but if you're curious, here's the full recipe of the Quaker Oats Cream Pie

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What I love about this cookie recipe is that there is not much measurement needed for this. The premixed cinnamon, nutmeg and clove in the jar is what gives the cookies that extra something aside from being sweet. Plus the addition of molasses is something I never thought I needed in ALL my cookie recipes! I'm now a convert! hahaha! 

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After the cookies are done, you have to let them cool down for 10 minutes on your baking tray before letting them cool completely on a wire rack. You can put them in the fridge too. They have to be really cool enough so that your buttercream icing or cream cheese icing will not melt in the center.

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Alternatives/ My Tweaks to the Quaker Oats Cream Pie Recipe

And if you want something that's just mildly sweet, you can adjust the butter content from 1 and 1/4 cup into just 1 cup, and instead of using 1 egg I used 2 egg yolks for an extra savory taste without the water content loss. This is what I did since I know that my Cream Cheese Filling will give the needed sweet boost anyway.

If you wanna make this at home without the hassle of measuring and converting from cups to grams, you can preorder your own Quaker Oats Cream Pie Kit here! 

The kit gives you the convenience of getting hard to find ingredients (or expensive ones) like molasses and heavy cream since they are already in the box. All you'll need to add is your eggs and 4 sticks of unsalted butter. I also found it easy to tweak to personal preference. I'm thinking about making another batch with some shredded carrots in them that will be perfect with the Cream Cheese Icing for the center that I made. 

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You can also make these by hand- no need to use mixers! Beating the butter will be a bit like making that Dalgona Coffee so if you've made that this recipe is a piece of cake- este cookies for you!

14 comments:

  1. This is so really yummy mommy nicole .. sobrang sarap nia quaker oat 🀀🀀 and thanks for sharing this ingredients po

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  2. I love Quaker Oats too, pwede pla itong gawing cookiesπŸ˜‹πŸ˜

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  3. nakaka proud naman yan miss//!😍 gusto ko rin po gumawa cookies♥️♥️😍😍

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  4. wow, it looks really good. I want to try eating it! I'll ask my son to try baking this so we can try it.

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  5. I love oatmeal cookies! I like the texture and how chunky they are. Plus the oats absorb flavor really well.

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  6. Yung cousin ko nahihilig ngayon sa pagbake at mga cookies, ishare ko ito sa kanya baka sakaling gusto niya i-try. Atleast pwede na din siya umorder ng Quaker Oats Cream Pie Kit.

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  7. Wow this looks so delicious! I used to be not so much of a fan of oat cookies but I discovered they're surprisingly good pala. And healthy too! :) How much is the DIY kit? :)

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  8. will definitely try to do this.. sana magawa ko yung cream din.. palagi ako fail sa mga ganyan eh.. never tried making pa oatmeal cookies din eh. pero siguro naman magawa ko. shempre will use quaker oats.. yun lang naman ang oats namin dito!

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  9. I have the exact same quaker rolled oats!! That’s my favorites. I dont eat much cookies now. Only if they’re oatmeal cookies. Hahaha. Will totally try out this recipe!!! Looks delish!

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  10. my kid especially the youngest loves cookies,, ma try din ng ito :)

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  11. Mas pinadali ang baking! I love oatmeal cookies, I'll ask my sister-in-law to bake for us, I don't have a talent in baking πŸ˜…

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  12. Parang ang dali lang gawin! Baking will be my next thing to learn. Bibili muna ako ng oven =P

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  13. Wow. Looks like magugustuhan to ng mga kids ko. I really wanna bake goodies like that but we don't have an oven though. Guess I need to save for one in the future.

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  14. It’s super easy to make cookies and i live how this has everything you can ever need!!! Quaker oats are my absolute fave. Now, i mostly use that brand for my overnight oats.

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