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... cup honey and a little over 1/3 cup olive oil. And, shamefully, quick cook oats. I was wary about using olive oil since it does have a rather strong, savory flavor, but it worked brilliantly with the bitter ...
... Baking Powder 2 1/4 C. rolled Oats 1C. Organic Raisins 1 C. mini Choc chips 3/4C chopped Walnuts Mix 1st 6 ingredients, Beat well with electric Mixer Mix flour, soda, powder together then mix with wet ...
Made quite a few modifications and the reviews have been awesome! Left out the oats and added 1/4 cup extra flour + 2 tablespoons of ground flax, took Flargh's advice about the sugar above and used local ...
For those with questions about grinding up the oatmeal, you can buy organic baby oatmeal - it is just ground up oats. ...
Hi zooathome - flax has a higher fat content than oats and agave nectar adds additional liquid. The end result of your modification is certainly completely different than the original. My suggestion is ...
I tried milled flax rather than oats, and used agave rather than sugar, odd texture, crumbly yet not dry either. Any suggestions for next time? Maybe another egg? ...
Hi, do you think I could add wheat germ instead of the ground oats? I always love all your recipes!!! ...
Grinding the oats into powder works for nearly every cookie recipe. Such an easy way to add some fiber to a dessert recipe. And so good for you. Great recipe — thanks for sharing!! ...
Great cookies!!! I made them once as the receipt calls for and another time where instead of 1 1/4 cups of oats, I used 1 cup of outs and 1/4 cup of oat bran. The oat bran added a great accent flavor. ...
Hi lisap. Grinding the oats renders a course oat flour that virtually vanishes in the cookie while enhancing the texture. Add them whole before omitting. ...
Do I *Need* to grind up the oats? (I don't own a food processer) Can I put them in whole, or omit them from the recipe? ...
You definitely need to soak the oats. I just made these and the steel cut oats are hard and not cooked. The rest is like a muffin. I made everything vegan so made substitutions. I am not sure why it wasn't ...
These cookies are great! I soaked the steel cut oats in the liquid for an hour prior to making these cookies and used 1-1/4 cups of egg whites instead of the 1 cup. I made them with medjool dates which ...
What did I do wrong! These cookies were inedible. The steel cut oats were hard as rock and the cookies were dry. I used applesauce instead of butter. Are you supposed to cook the steel cut oats (I did ...
I made these a couple nights ago. I first soaked the steel cut oats (not coaches oats) in applesauce overnight (I did add a few tablespoons of water as well). I used only one egg. I used chocolate chips ...
... and fluffy. Trader Joes sells good quick cook steel oats. ...
Can you substitute steel cut oats with just regular quick oats?? ...
I see rolled oats in the photo. ...
I cooked the oats first for 10 minutes then follow the recipe and they were soft. ...
I soaked the oats overnight and used the butter. I also added chopped prunes 1/2tsp. of nutmeg and 1/3 c. splenda. They were just delicious ...
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