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...hey added to the dough 4 bananas mixed with 8 dates...Believe me it will make better and moister ( and then you dont need to add Honey and molasses ) ...
You know... HONEY and Molasses are natural products, but really not healthy and FULL of SUGAR... why not replace this ingredients with Dates ( 8 big dates = 1/2 cups of sugar ) That is a very smart to ...
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. ...
Awesome, I always change things up abit; added barley malt, did 1tblesp +/- honey, and molasses. Added King Arthurs porridge, used stone ground flour, added craisons and a bluebrry, cherry, and cranberries ...
I just made them and they are delicious. I reduced the oil in half with unsweetened applesauce, used 1/2 honey and added 3/4 cup chopped walnuts. They came out soft and chewy. I used grapeseed oil. The ...
GREAT base recipe! Thanks so much! Got great ideas for alterations from all the comments. I used 1/3 c agave instead of the honey skipped the molasses 1/4 olive oil 1/4 applesauce 1/2 c dark chocolate ...
Thank you for sharing this recipe. I omitted the oil and used .5 c of natural applesauce, substituted the honey with .25 c of Agave nectar, added some bittersweet chocolate chips and we all loved them. ...
... cookies. I made a few changes, we'll see how it works. I love me some butter so I substituted butter for oil. I didn't have honey or molasses so I used real Maple Syrup and brown sugar. My son can't chew ...
Thanks for the recipe. We used 1/3 cup of honey instead of a half, a 1/2 Tbsp of maple syrup in place of the molasses, and cocoa due to lack of raisins. My 3 y.o. Liked them lots and I thought they were ...
These were great, I used 1/4 c honey and the rest sugar and omitted the molasses. I also added 1/4 c. wheat germ, pecans and dark chocolate chips. ...
Can you substitute more honey for molasses? Are you SURE there's no butter at all? ...
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