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... syrup for the molasses veg oil for the corn oil I used 2tbs cinnamon not 1tbs I omitted the vanilla, raisins, and walnuts ...
Love these. Made with the full 1/2 cup Canola oil, Blueberry Flower Honey, Raisins and Walnuts. Only used a tsp. of cinnamon. Think 3 tablespoons might be a typo? I have a convection oven and baked these ...
Made the cookies w/olive oil - which I didn't like. All I tasted was the olive oil. I also increased the cinnamon to 2 heaping tablespoon. Can't even taste the cinnamon for the olive oil. Next time, I'll ...
Delicious! I made the following changes: * Went with Whole Wheat pastry flour * 1 TBSP is PLENTY of cinnamon in my opinion * Used 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup fructose; probably will use all fructose ...
These were terrific! I used maple syrup instead of the honey, and used 2 tsp of cinnamon, and substituted dark choc chips for the raisins. Couldn't stop eating them! ...
... whole wheat flour. I omitted the cherries because we don't like them, increased the choc. chips to a full cup, and added a cup of walnuts and 1/2 tsp cinnamon. The result was outstanding, and my 2 kids ...
47. Pumpkin Pecan Bread
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This bread was very moist, but needed more flavor. I should have added more cinnamon and nutmeg. I also added some baking powder b/c I usually do with baked goods. Otherwise, fantastic. ...
48. Pumpkin Pecan Bread
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Hi there! I chose your receipe for this months "cooking with cinnamon" game (local for ex-yu food bloggers), and I am very satisfied how it turned out! I just had to use walnut insted of pecans, as I am ...
... cinnamon in them, no raisins or fruit. He said the groats were like soft little nuggets, sort of like soft nuts. He has been trying to help me find a recipe, so I think I will try your recipe, plain, no ...
... of freshly ground cinnamon and 1 tsp of freshly ground nutmeg. I steeped the raisins in boiling water 3 minutes before adding to the cookie dough. Everything else was exactly as in the recipe. These turned ...
used oat flour and oats, added 1/4 C chia seeds, small pinch of nutmeg and cinnamon. tasty. ...
Made these for Easter baskets today. Used 1/4 cup of succanat for natural brown sugar and left out chocolate. I used 5/8 cup whole wheat pastry flour and added the cinnamon. They are perfect and so yummy. ...
... cinnamon; used 1 1/4c peanut butter, honey the same, 2 large eggs instead of 1, added 2tbsp unsweetened applesauce, vanilla the same, and kept the oats the same, but added them to the wet ingredients and ...
... I did substitute oat bran for the oats, didn't use the cinnamon and left out the chocolate chips...not that I'm opposed to chocolate. :-) I'll add those next time. Thanks so much! ...
Loved this recipe!!! I followed Blackbirds advice and ground my old fashioned oats as well and used a total of 1 cup. I added a little extra salt cause my PB was salt-free. Included the cinnamon and used ...
... in my Vitamix) instead of whole wheat flour. I ground the oats into flour, too. (No cinnamon, no vanilla.) Also used Smuckers natural peanut butter that's 100% peanuts and a little salt, nothing else. ...
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