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Just finished making these and they're amazing! Used dried cranberries instead of plums and peanut oil instead of coconut. Also substituted some of the oats with wheat germ. Otherwise followed the recipe. ...
If you use steel cut oats, do you need to soak or cook them ahead of time? Can you also add peanut butte to this recipe? Would you need to adjust ingredients? Thank you! ...
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... used 1/4 cup egg white in place of the whole egg, omitted the nutmeg and decreased the cinnimon to 1 tsp while increasing the vanilla to 2 tsp. Added a bit more oats because it seemed too wet. And added ...
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 ...
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 added 1/2 cup extra oats b/c it seemed realy lose and almond extract. I didn't use the nutmeg. I looooove these cookies. 15 min did fine for me. ...
:roll: I made these exactly as directed with Quaker 1 minute oats and Smart Balance Omega cooking oil. I thought the teaspoon drops turned out too small so I used a regular spoon for the rest of the batter. ...
I made these, with some tweaks, and they are delicious. I used Organic Almond Flour instead of the wheat flour, real steel cut Oats, and replaced the oil with a 6oz Kroger brand "CARBmaster" vanilla yogurt ...
Yummy cookies!! I used sprouted spring wheat flour and soaked steel cut oats to make them xtra healthy & digestible. My daughter & I love them and I feel confident having her snack on them! ...
Just made these for a friend's birthday...turned out great. Not as sweet as traditional recipes, but just as addictive. I used 1/2 c steel cut oats and 1 c rolled oats (added a bit of crunchiness), applesauce ...
Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I have been making the Quaker Oats recipe for many years. Wanted to make a healthier cookie and made these for my boyfriend for Valentine's Day. He LOVES the ...
... Because I recently came upon an oatmeal cookie recipe that Alton Brown created that takes no flour, but all oats instead, I substituted the 1 cup of whole wheat flour in your recipe with 1 cup of lightly ...
... You might wanna try toasting the oats before adding them to the mixture for extra crunchiness ;-) Thank you for sharing your amazing recipe!! ...
These were great cookies. I added extra oats, about 1/4 cup more, and a lot of dates. I chopped up a generous handful and threw them in, along with a couple handfuls of walnuts. For the fat, I used half ...
... the ingredients. I used "old fashioned" oats. I think this is basically the same thing as "rolled" oats. Basically, all you need to know is that you don't want "quick" oats, although it's probably not ...
This recipe is killer!! I made these and added a 1/4 cup more of the oats, 1/8 cup of flaxseed meal, and 1/8 cup of wheat germ. I also usede olive oil. I made a second batch with pecans and chocolate chips. ...
can you use steel cut oats? ...
Can you use steel cut oats for this recipe as a 'dry' ingredient or would you have to pre-cook it to make the recipe work. Also can you just use egg white instead of a full egg. I have cholesterol-minded ...
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