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Ok these are awesome!! I substituted coconut oil for my oil and had no molasses so I used organic raw brown sugar . For my add ins, the fist time I used dried cranberries. This second time I used half ...
oh these were DIVINE! i added almond meal and raisins as my add-ins. I also added fresh ground flaxseed (maybe less than 1/2 cup) and we all devoured these. I used coconut oil as my oil. THANKS!!!! ...
:lol: I made these yesterday substituting grade B maple syrup for the honey. I did add coconut (just regular flaked) and the cookies are great. Not too sweet, maybe next time I will try adding a little ...
... 'yummy ingredients' I used half a cup of dried cranberries and half a cup of shredded unsweetened coconut. Can't wait to try out more variations.. flax, peanutbutter, dark chocolate? ...
I make these cookies every week - they are sooooo amazing and versatile, they turn out different every time (always tasty though). I love adding shredded coconut and instead of oats I often just use m ...
I'm happy to see so many people finding this recipe after all this time! As with many contributors---I have varied my own recipe over time. Sometimes I do a gluten-free variation or add coconut oil/butter, ...
These cookies are fabulous and they freeze well. Next time I may add unsweetened coconut or chopped dates. The possibilities are endless. ...
I used coconut oil...still a good oil and it makes cookies yummy. I also used mini chocolate chips instead. =) ...
... coconut oil. Turned out yummy! Thanks for the recipe! ...
... coconut oil and half organic veg shortening, non-hydrogenated. I had planned on using applesauce, but was out and too tired to make more. I added a couple TBLSP of ground golden flax seed also. Of course ...
... will replace that with coconut oil. They are perfectly sweet!! ...
I was looking for a healthy cookie that I could use semi sweet chocolate chips in and this is great. I added chopped dates, pecans and coconut. They were really sweet. I'll use half the honey next time. ...
One thing I do is replace the regular oil with coconut oil; gives a good hint of coconut if you like and then I use rum extract instead of vanilla extract. Oh so good! ...
These are awesome. I added about a half a cup of unsweetened shredded coconut, used applesauce in leu of the oils, and put in some dark chocolate chips and pecans. We shared these with out neighbors and ...
Just made these for my son's preschool class. They gobbled them all up! I used currants and coconut flakes for the mini cookies. Made about 30-35 teaspoon sized balls rolled in my hands and flatened about ...
I made them pretty close to the recipe, and they came out crunchy. I added coconut, which gave them a nice texture. I think the oil makes them crunchy. If you go with applesauce they'll be more chewy. ...
Thanks, I need to lower my colesterol and your receipe was a great help. However, I made a few changes; I used 4 1/2 tblsp egg whites & subsituted demerara sugar for molasses, I also used coconut for my ...
Thanks for the recipe. I made these cookies this afternoon with only one change; I used coconut oil. They turned out great. Love the taste - just enough sweetness. ...
... the other comments saying I wasn't the first to try something similar. 8) Couldn't find the Vanilla Extract - Coconut Extract worked fine. 9) Just to make my girlfriend happy, I added about a 1/2 tbs of ...
awesome cookies, but dude... measure the oil first, then the honey, reusing the same measuring cup. no spraying the measuring cup with anything! also, added a bit o coconut. ...
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