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Anne’s recipe takes classic oatmeal cookies to a whole new level, thanks to pieces of chocolate. Since she’s a fan of dark chocolate (semisweet works as well), she chops that up with walnuts to make these oatmeal cookies nice and chunky. Though Anne’s perfect cooking time is 12 minutes for these cookies, a little less time will result in a chewier cookie, while a little more time in the oven will make them crispy. Top each cookie with a sprinkle of sea salt to give it a little something special.
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