A Thrifty Treasure And A Tasty Treat

Whenever I visit the Thrifty store I always look for tea cups first
and I was so delighted to come across this sweet tea cup.

Of course it had to come home with me :)

And it now has a special place with all of my other tea cup treasures.

 I find the colors to be so bright and cheerful.

I think it's time to enjoy a lovely cuppa tea in my "new" tea cup
and some tasty oatmeal butterscotch cookies freshly baked and warm from the oven.

The cookies have a delicious aroma thanks to the cinnamon and cloves.

Here is the recipe for you to enjoy.

Oatmeal Butterscotch Cookies
3/4 cup butter, softened
1 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
2 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
2 cups quick-cooking oats
1 cup butterscotch-flavored chips

In a large mixing bowl beat butter with an elctric mixer for 30 seconds.
Add brown sugar, granulated sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and cloves.
Beat until combined, scraping sides of bowl occasionally.
Beat in eggs and vanilla until combined.
Beat in as much flour as you can with the mixer.
Stir in any remaining flour.
Stir in rolled oats.
Stir in butterscotch-flavored chips.

Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Drop dough by rounded teaspoons 2 inches apart
onto an ungreased cookie sheet.
Bake for 8 - 10 minutes or until edges are golden brown.
Cool on wire racks.

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Julie Marie said...

Oooh Stephanie, your new (old) teacup is so beautiful!... the colors just sing out "Spring"... and I love teacups with teensie flowers inside the cup... thank you for sharing your recipe too... they look delish!... wishing you a beautiful day sipping your tea and enjoying a special treat, xoxo Julie Marie

Shabby Brocante, Karen said...

Your teacup is a great find. So pretty. I love your recipe! Oatmeal and butterscotch! Yum!

Gail Dixon said...

Your new treasure is a beautiful addition to your collection. The recipe sounds and looks amazing.

Meeha Meeha said...

Wow, what a beautiful find! My style is (a little too) modern but I have totally fallen in love with the beautiful set!

Ashley~ said...

That teacup is adorable! What a great find~

Unknown said...

These look delicious! They must also be very flavorful. Great recipe!

I just discovered your blog and browsed through some of your recipes, they all look scrumptious!

I really enjoy reading your posts :) you have a new follower!

Michela from Italy

Conniecrafter said...

isn't it fun to find a great find :) and the cookies sound terrific!!

Antiques And Teacups said...

I LOVE your teacup! What a lovely pattern and shape. It would have come home with me as well! Your cookies look wonderful. I have saved the recipe. Lovely post! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Anonymous said...

Absolutely delicious, teacup too. ;) Butterscotch and oatmeal...what's not to like? Yummy.
Thank you for stopping by the shop, Stephanie. Have a lovely Monday.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

A pretty teacup with yummy cookies on the side, life is good!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

That teacup would come with me, too! Isn't it pretty? I have to say that I don't ever find gorgeous things when I visit thrift stores :( You cookies sound wonderful *_*

Lady Linda said...

Hi Stephanie....love your post and my hubby would love the cookies!

You are the WINNER of my GIVE AWAY!!!
Please send me your snail mail address to:


I am happy to send it to you!

Lady Linda

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Stephanie,
Your new teacup is very sweet and your cookies look yummy. Thank you, my friend, for sharing and joining me for tea. I hope you are having a lovely day.


Debbie said...

What a wonderful find! That teacup is adorable. I use the same recipe and we all love those cookies! Enjoy your new find and I hope the tea tastes extra special is such a beautiful cup!

Sandra said...

You found a very pretty teacup. I think it's hard to find teacups with blue flowers so well done! Have you had tea in it yet?

Thanks for the recipe as well. These cookies sound goood!. :o)

Linda said...

It is exquisite Stephanie. I have an old hutch my Dad made - the shelves lined with beautiful tea cups. There's something so special about them. They make tea taste better too!

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Such a beautiful teacup! I wonder if the flowers are Forget-me-nots? Your cookies look so yummy and thank you for the recipe! I am your newest follower and will be back to see your older posts!

Jessica @ A Humble Creation said...

It's lovely, Stephanie! What a find. We have another shared interest...I too collect tea cups, most from thrift stores, as well. I'm sure we would have a wonderful time together if we could ever meet for tea and cookies! Thanks for sharing your recipe too.

Jen said...

The tea cup is beautiful. I love tea cups. THis one almost looks like it was hand painted.

I can't wait to make the cookies. Love oatmeal cookies.

Debbie Harris said...

Another beautiful tea cup! You have a way of finding great treasures in those Thrifty stores.
I am still enjoying those peanut butter cookies, WOW! Must make these too sometime.

Love you!

Terri said...

Ooooh Stephanie! That is such a romantic tea cup! The colors, the gold trim, the shape! Sooooo very pretty! That was a great find!
Thank you for sharing your lovely post.

Clara said...

I love your pretty new teacup Stephanie and thank you for sharing your oatmeal cookie recipe. Have a lovely week.

Anne Payne said...

Oh Stephanie, Your new cup is SO beautiful! I love it!!! And those cookies...oh.my. I might have to give those a go :)

Tea in Texas said...

Gorgeous teacup and saucer with the sweet blue flowers. The shape of your set is so pretty and is lovely on the blue flowered background. The photos are beautiful!


Beth said...

What a gorgeous teacup! That's a great find. Your cookies sound great too.

Unknown said...

Ohhh, I love your new tea cup. the color is amazing like anyother you have. I think the thrift shop loves you. I don't seem to find something like that. Thank you for stopping by and your comments. Lots of love to you my friend.

Unknown said...

I was just enjoying a cuppa in a pretty tea cup as I read this :) Your find at the thrift shop is delightful, and a perfect treat to enjoy with it.

Anonymous said...

Stephanie, your new little tea cup looks so dainty. I love the blues! And those cookies - too tempting!

Mrs. Smith said...

Hi Stephanie,
The tea cup is so pretty, and so are the pictures that you took! As for the cookies -- I gotta have 'em! Maybe even for breakfast...after all, there's eggs & oatmeal in them...that's all the excuse I need!

Mrs. Smith said...

Hi Stephanie,
The tea cup is so pretty, and so are the pictures that you took! As for the cookies -- I gotta have 'em! Maybe even for breakfast...after all, there's eggs & oatmeal in them...that's all the excuse I need!

sandy said...

Your teacup is beautiful! It looks wonderful on the linen you have. And I'll have to try those cookies. They look yummy!
sandy :)

Kate M said...

What a beautiful cup and saucer - I can understand your love of pretty china cups and saucers. I also love to drink tea out of a china cup - so civilised !! Lol!!
your dear friend

Teena said...

Hi Stephanie - Do you know what is the weight in grams the 2 teaspoons full of cookie dough you have on the recipe. I want to know so I can be precise with the end result of the cookies.

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