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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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:D I supplemented some GNC psyllium Silk for extra fiber and use the apple sauce add in and wow i make small bite size cookies and after 6 (2 regular size cookies)my sugar/non healthy cravings are gone!! ...
This is the second time I made these cookies. This time I added fresh pecans, but I cooked them with olive oil, and I heated fresh cranberries with the pecans, then added them in the mixture. This are ...
Made these tonight and even the pickiest 11 year old boy ate em up. Read some of the comments and saw one asking for the number of calories per cookie. Didn't find an answer with the comments so I decided ...
... of how many calories are in each cookie? I recently lost 100 lbs and I'm big on counting calories. Thanks! ...
I LOVE LOVE LOVE these cookies! Totally addicted and they satisfy my sweet cravings in such a healthy way! My 2 year old also loves them. We skip the raisins and walnuts and put in 1 cup of grated carrot ...
Was looking for a healthier version of an oatmeal cookie that was still moist. This was GREAT! Made two batches, ran out of honey as I make my daughter protien bars with it so added 1/4 brown sugar, no ...
Tried the recipe as printed and they were very tasty. I actually used extra virgin, cold pressed olive oil (only olive oil I keep in the house) and the cookies still tasted very good! I was a little worried ...
... about a tablespoon of hazelnut butter....just because! Left them rounded and baked at 350 just like any other oatmeal cookie. Came out great! ...
... to a 1/4 inch round and bake for 10 mins. These are not sweet -- any sweetness comes from the raisins and carrots. The little extra cinnamon gives a nice spice to these cookies. Cooking them only 10 mins ...
These cookies are fantastic, I add flax meal,and and a cup of fried fruit. ...
... in my cookies. They end up a bit chewy but a bit crunch on the outside. The cinnamon and oatmeal smell soooo good when they were in the oven. Ive baked mine 170c for 15min first batch. 20 mins second batch ...
: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 ...
I tried the receipe today and the cookies are really good :-). I replaced sugar with honey and used homemade applesause. Thanks for sharing!! Best and happy baking ;-) ...
these cookies were absolutely delicious! i made them with almond flour instead of the oats and added minced apple too and no molasses or nutmeg was used. LOVE THIS RECIPE! ...
Wow this is exactly what I've been looking for - a healthy, basic cookie recipe! I substituted half of the oats for cooked quinoa, used a little less honey, and used applesauce instead of oil. For the ...
Delicious, I made these cookies last week for my kids, I couldn't stop eating them.. I used almond oil instead.. mmmmm yummy!! I will make them again this week... :-) ...
I made these cookies minus the molasses as I didn't have any, they were totally yummy and really quick and easy to make. It took about 18 minutes in my over which is not a fan oven. I can't wait to make ...
cooling the mixture helps to prevent the cookie from spreading too much in the oven. ...
love 'em added flax and extra egg and more molasses.....breakfast out-the-door-cookie for sure ...
... golden brown on the bottom when the cookie is brown anyway (?) At first they seemed way too dry, but despite that, the more I ate, the more I liked them. Looking over the ingredients again, I think it's ...
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