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We love whole grains! We have found that we prefer their flavor. They are also far healthier than the refined foods which characterize the typical modern diet.

Switching to whole grains helps maintain a low glycemic diet. That means you will have more sustainable energy levels throughout the day, and probably fewer problems with weight control.

We created this website with one goal: to build an online community of like-minded people who either share our enthusiasm about whole grains or just want to learn more about them.

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Great cookies! My 2 and 5 year old loved them. I substituted wheat germ for millet and seemed to work fine. Thanks so much - great site! p.s. I am a Registered Dietitian ...
Hi Shivani - we use a 2 inch scooper. Enjoy the cookies! ...
Hi! I have a question-- what size scooper do you use to make the cookies. I have millet in the freezer and a hankering to bake something, so I am eager to try this recipe! ...
The cookies were a huge hit. they won the best cookie prize at the party!!!! Im definitely gonna have to try more of this whole baking thing and of course more of your recipes. Thanks so much. ...
Thanks - these cookies were amazing, especially because of the millet. The second time I made them, I omitted the chocolate chips and added raisins, vanilla, and cinnamon - YUM! ...
WOW! Another winner! These cookies were a HUGE success in my house. I can't even begin to tell you how much they were loved. We absolutely love the millet. This was the first time I used millet in my cooking. ...
Hi nomad - You can always leave the millet out. It adds a wonderful crunch, but leaving it out will not adversely impact the cookie. ...
Yes, unsalted butter - we all loved the crunch from the millet, too.
These were a big hit with my son, and were very easy to prepare. I added a 1/2 tsp. of salt. Thanks for the recipe!
These sound terrific, especially for my preschooler! Are you supposed to add cooked oatmeal in step 3, or just uncooked rolled oats? Thanks.
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This looks like another great recipe. I already made your oatmeal cookies and my kids and husband just LOVED them! Thank you so much for that recipe. :-) Over the past couple of years I've turned into ...
Hi Gabby. White whole wheat (whole grain) flour is milled from hard white wheat. It has a higher gluten content than flour milled from soft white wheat. We prefer it for cookies and breads. Our experience ...
... in 1 1/2 cups of mashed bananas? By the way, I just made your Healthy Oatmeal Cookies last weekend and my husband and I loved them! Thank you for this wonderful site! ...
I bought white whole wheat flour on your recommendation and have so far used it for cookies with great results. I think this'll be next. ...
... the amazing oatmeal cookies as well! :-) ...
Thanks teachypeachy! You might try this one (http://wholegraingourmet.com/recipes/43-cookies/57-multigrain-indulgence.html) too. It has been my favorite lately. ...
Amazing cookies!!nutricious and delicious. ...
Came looking for whole grain cookie recipes to make for my mommy-child group tomorrow, as I never bake "regular" cookies anymore. All my cookbooks have become obsolete! Thank goodness for the Internet! ...
These cookies are so good! I've made mine with cranberries and walnuts, with chocolate chips, with agave instead of honey, I've added flax meal. Every time, they've turned out great. By far my favorite ...
I used calorieking.com to calculate the amount of calories per cookie and it came to be approximately 73 calories per cookie. It truly is a low cal snack for anyone! ...
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