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Thx for this recipe! Been looking for years for a low-sugar alternative to the yucky high calorie and chemical store-bought bars. Going to market today to get the ingredients - am really excited. Goji ...
I replaced a little. Instead of whwf: 1/4 cup white flour 1/4 cup almond meal Instead of honey:1/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup light baking syrap from Ikea. Pecans instead of raisins and walnuts. A handful ...
Wow, these were so great! I haven't made snickerdoodles in years -- ever since I quit using white flour. I'm so glad to have found such a tasty wheat recipe. I actually only used 1 cup of sugar and then ...
64. Honey Bunches
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These are really really good. I substituted chopped dates for coconut, reduced the sugar and added an egg, and added cinnamon, vanilla and salt, and they were delicious - like a muffin without all the ...
65. Honey Bunches
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I loved this recipe but I too thought they were a little too sweet. I am making them again today and only with 1 cup of SUCANUT which is healthier for you than brown sugar...less refined. I also found ...
66. Honey Bunches
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... I have a huge sweet tooth, and even I think you could cut down on the sugar quite a bit. I added a little vanilla and cinnamon and thought of adding some salt too late. In my oven they could go a few minutes ...
These were really GREAT!! I replaced the oil with coconut oil and i didn't have enough honey so i added thereat as organic brown sugar. This is the first time i have made these and they were awesome. The ...
: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!! ...
... keep eating and eating and eating it satisfied the sweet tooth. He's 8, highly suggest the gluten free flour. It's more expensive up front but the kids are full and satisfied with less. Blood sugar is ...
Ok these are awesome!! I substituted coconut oil for my oil and had no molasses so I used organic raw brown sugar . For my add ins, the fist time I used dried cranberries. This second time I used half ...
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 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 ...
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 ;-) ...
... timing, as I definitely plan on making these again. I love that they don't have sugar. ...
... 36 cookies, depending on how big you want them. I tried different sizes and ended up with about 40 cookies, total. My one and three year old loved these, but I think I would need to add some sugar 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 ...
... 137g Sugar If you want to know the nutritional information on each cookie than divide the number of cookies by the numbers shown above. ...
:eek: Wow!!! This is Awesome!!! I have been really wanting cookies or soemthing but I want sugar free one's and I found the most wonderful recipe!!! Thankx so much for putting this recipe online... I am ...
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