These Crumbl iced oatmeal cookies are inspired by the popular American cookie company. They are made with a thick and chewy oatmeal cookie topped with a smooth and crunchy vanilla sugar glaze. It is absolutely perfect!
This is the best-iced oatmeal cookies recipe ever!
I was today years old when I discovered that I am obsessed with iced oatmeal cookies. I mean, they’re truly a wonder. So simple yet so delicious…
I personally think that it’s the textural addition that the icing brings to the table. Because combining a sweet, soft, and chewy cookie with something that will give it a little extra crunch is what I live for from now on.
These old-fashioned iced oatmeal cookies from your childhood’s best memories will become a staple!
The best part about this is that you can literally make it anytime. Need a quick Christmas cookie, this chewy cookie with a firm exterior got your back. Want something to bake to get you through the week, these are simple enough to throw together in no time. Of course, the patience to let the cookies set is another story.
All I’m saying is that you should give these a try and let me know if you’re not addicted to them yet!
Why do you need to make this recipe!
- One bowl recipe
- Uses a homemade vanilla glaze that sets!
- Yields super soft and chewy oatmeal cookies.
- Will help you have money in the long run!
- Super easy yet looks super impressive.
- Will allow you to make your favorite Crumbl cookie recipe any time without having to wait months for them to bring it back in store.
Ingredients for this iced oatmeal cookie recipe
Here are the ingredients you will need to make this iced oatmeal cookie recipe. Make sure to scroll down to the recipe card for the full detailed ingredient measurements.
- Butter- You can use salted or unsalted butter as long as it’s softened.
- Brown sugar & granulated sugar– This cookie uses a mix of sugars to get
- vanilla extract– The vanilla adds an extra depth of flavor to the cookies.
- Egg– The egg is the binding agent here.
- Old fashioned oats– Use old-fashioned oats for these cookies.
- Flour– AP flour works great for this recipe.
- Cinnamon & Nutmeg– The cinnamon and nutmeg will add extra depth of flavor to our cookies.
- Baking soda– This will give a little height to our cookies.
- Salt– Always use a little salt in your baked goods to balance out the flavors.
- Powdered sugar– The powdered sugar is used to make the glaze.
- Milk– This will be used to thin out the sugar glaze.
How to make iced oatmeal cookies
This is how you can make these cookies. Make sure to scroll down to the recipe card for the full detailed instructions!
- Cream the butter and sugar together.
- Mix in the egg and vanilla until combined.
- Add in the dry ingredients and mix again.
- Bake the cookies and let them cool down before glazing.
How to make icing for oatmeal cookies?
- Mix the powdered sugar, milk, and vanilla together until thick and has a drizzle-able consistency.
- Dip the top of the cooled-down cookies into the icing.
- Let the cookies set on the cooling rack.
Frequently asked questions – FAQ
How to store Crumbl iced oatmeal cookies?
You can store these cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 4 days.
You can also store these in an air-tight container in the fridge for 7 days. Depending on your preference you can enjoy them cold or let them get back to room temperature before enjoying them.
Can I freeze iced oatmeal cookies?
Absolutely! These freeze very well. You can store them in an air-tight container in the freezer for up to 2 months.
Once you’re ready to enjoy them let them thaw in the fridge overnight or let them thaw on the counter for a few hours.
How can I get that iconic craggy top iced oatmeal cookie look?
To get that iconic look, you want to lightly dip the cookies into the icing or glaze. I was going for the Crumbl look so I dipped them a little extra in there.
This depends strictly on preference so do whatever you prefer. Dip a little less or a little more depending on your likings 🙂
Can I make smaller cookies with this recipe?
You sure can!
This recipe makes pretty large cookies and if you want to make them smaller you will get about 16 smaller cookies instead of 8 larger ones.
When it comes to baking them, bake for about 8 minutes instead of 10. Decorate as you would the large ones.
Crumbl iced oatmeal cookies
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- Preheat the oven to 350F then line a baking sheet with parchement paper and set aside.
- Cream the butter brown sugar, and granulated sugar together until combined. Add in the egg and vanilla and mix until light and fluffy.
- Mix in the flour, oats, cinnamon, nutmeg, baking soda, and salt, making sure to scrape the sides until the mixture is combined.
- Using a large cookie scooper, scoop out 8 equally sized cookie dough balls, place them on the prepared baking sheet, gently press down on the cookies to about 1 inch in thickness, and bake them in the preheated oven for 10 minutes. Make sure to not overbake them so they stay soft and gooey
- Let the cookies cool down on the baking sheet for 20 minutes then more to a cooling rack to cool down fully.
Make the glaze
- In a medium bowl, whisk the powdered sugar 1 tablespoon milk and vanilla together until combined. You can the mixture to be thick and creamy but thin enough to dip the cookies in. If it's too thick add 1 teaspoon milk at a time and mix.
- Dip the top of the cooled-down cookies into the vanilla sugar glaze then place them back on the cooling rack. Allow them to set fully before enjoying them!
How to store Crumbl iced oatmeal cookies?You can store these cookies in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 4 days. You can also store these in an air-tight container in the fridge for 7 days. Depending on your preference you can enjoy them cold or let them get back to room temperature before enjoying them.
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