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I used chick pea flour and no oil--only applesauce instead and I cut the honey in half. They tasted "healthy" but were really delicious. ...
... recipe a bit - added some Chia Seeds for added nutrition and substituted some teff flour for part of the wheat flour and they were awesome and super healthy. I also didn't have enough honey but used some ...
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 ...
... brown sugar, two eggs and 3+tbsp if vanilla with 1/2 cup+ honey. I use a bit more wet ingredients cuz I bump up the dry stuff so much. ...
I replace all oil with 1 cup of granny smith applesauce, add 2 tbs of ground flax seed, 1.5 tbs cinnamon, reduce honey to 1/4 cup and add 1.5 cups of finely shredded carrots. I drop by tbsp and flatten ...
just made a double batch of these. I made it with half olive oil and half applesauce and then half honey and half pure maple syrup and on top of that added a few teaspoons of ground flaxseeds walnuts and ...
I made these an hour ago. I cant stop eating it. Ive change honey to sugar bcos i dont have honey. Added one more egg. Bcos the batter was way too dry. Reduce the oil to 1/3 cup. I really dont like oil ...
Hi! Thanks for the great recipe! Just made them tonite. I used whole wheat graham flour ( it's what I had), grapeseed oil, and buckwheat honey, and cut back on both using homemade applesauce. I skipped ...
: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 ;-) ...
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 ...
These are sooo yummy! They're the perfect size for a little treat and definitely better than store bought cookies. I wanted mine to be a sweet dessert so I did a little less honey and through in some mini ...
So good! A snack I feel good about giving my 14 month old and myself! I split the honey in half and used agave nectar for the other half (a great, natural sweetner!) I did have to bake for 9-10 min instead ...
:-) Very yummy cookies! Great texture. I actually found them a little too sweet, I would put in less honey next time, perhaps even half the amount. Also with half a cup of honey they're not actually all ...
... to try out the timing. Fifteen and 10 minutes had the honey smoking and the cookies were a bit dry. At 7 minutes, the cookies were not done. Hope this helps! Also, I would say this makes betweeen 28 and ...
... for healthy low sugar treats. I use honey in my tea and have no problem with using honey in place of sugar but the comment about using dates instead intrigued me as I Googled that topic. The extra fiber ...
... (80 cal, 4g carbs, 8g protein, 3g sugar). I did use the honey but also added 2 tbsp of brown sugar. The brown sugar was not needed. They are plenty of sweet. I will do without the brown sugar next time ...
Mine came out more like scones :( i tried adding more honey. Any other suggestions? ...
These were an excellent alternative to the normal oatmeal cookie. So good. My kids loved them. And I also liked the tip for the honey. It worked like a charm. Thanks. ...
I used 1/4 cup almond meal and 1/4 wheat flour, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/4 cup honey and 1/2 cup cinnamon applesauce. I also added golden raisins, dried currants and dark chocolate. These were very moist and ...
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