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oatmeal creme pies

Okay if you follow me,you know that a lot of my treats end up being giant versions of lunchbox treats. Boston Cream Rolls and Swiss Cake Rolls, for example. I was at it once more when Kellogs spotted me some yummy All Bran cereal.  They supplied me with several recipes, but I was in one of my snack cake moods, so this is what I made.

*To get the texture just right, you need to put your oats and bran buds into a food processor and pulse a few times , to even out the texture.

Fluff together:

3/4 c dark brown sugar

3/4 c sugar

3/4 c butter

1 tsp vanilla

2 tbs dark corn syrup

1/2 tsp cinnamon

Now add

2 c flour

1 1/2 c oats * see note above

1/4 c bran buds cereal or bran flakes

1/4 tsp salt

1 tsp baking soda

mix dry and wet ingredients together add in 1/3 c hot water

drop by tbs onto parchment lined cookie sheet

freeze for 15-20 min before baking at 350 for 9-12 min

Butter-cream filling:

Take 1 stick softened butter, (salted) add 4 c shifted powdered sugar, 1 tsp vanilla 3 tbs cream

mix until fluffy and sandwich between cookies. Enjoy!

10 thoughts on “oatmeal creme pies”

  1. These look so good! I had this once at a bakery, I would love to make them at home now.


  2. Mrawwrr.. om nom nom.. gonna make these for the boys on saturday. oooh.. evil oatmeal pies.

  3. Oh, YUM! I haven’t had an oatmeal cream pie in forever! Thanks for the tip on processing the oats and cereal, too. They look fantastic!

  4. Yum! My husband loves these…well, the ones in the box :) And I love finding recipes that use cereal. How clever. Can’t wait to try this! Thanks :)

  5. OMG….these remind me of the little debbie cakes that I used to get for my daughter, except delicious….lol. I can’t wait to try this recipe!!!!

  6. I just finished baking these and they are delicious albeit sweet! Next time I’ll make the cookies smaller so they are a treat and not too overwhelming. They are delicious though!

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