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these were so hearty and good. I cut the recipe in half and made smaller cookies i got about 28 and cooked them for 15 minutes. These are perfect for hiking or just snacking. The second time i made them i also did half applesauce and half butter and used all whole wheat flour. They still came out amazing.
OH...YUM!!! These are BY FAR the best "health" / "trail mix" cookie I have tasted. I have been searching a long time for a recipe that will make me never want to buy bars again and this one has blown me away. I couldn't stop eating the dough haha! I used all spelt flour (LOVE the taste of it and it's so healthy!) and only half the amount of molasses because I ran out. The flavors are so complimentary to eachother. I tried lots of add-ins like chocolate chips craisins walnuts pecans golden raisins... YUM! Also to 1/4 of the batch I added 1 small banana with walnuts. MMMM it tastes like REALLY GOOD flavorful banana bread!!! Thanks so much for a recipe that will be a forever favorite:)
These are very dense - but delicious - cookies. I've made them several times and recently used mini-kisses instead of chocolate chips for a more intense chocolate flavor. I've also used crunchy peanut butter rather than smooth both milk and semi-sweet chocolate. They're very easy to modify and still taste great!
I cut the sugar to 1 cup used crunchy PB 1/2 cup pure mini chocolate chips 1/2 cup walnut 1/4 cup sunflower 1/4 cup sesame seeds & 1/4 cup coconut. Next time I would like to try 1/2 butter 1/2 apple sauce;)
I used all whole wheat flour cut the chocolate chips down to 1/4 cup (to save calories) and used 1/2 banana instead of applesauce (since I didn't have applesauce). YUM! Tasted like a little banana bread cookie. Be sure to flatten them--otherwise they stay little balls when they cook.
These are fantastic cookies! We've actually dubbed them "muffies" here at home because they are somewhere between a muffin and a cookie as far as heartiness goes. With a banana and a glass of O.J. they make a great quick breakfast. I cut the butter down to 2/3 cup and added some cocoa to the batter but otherwise baked them as written. Love them!
These are great! You can change them to your liking and they still turn out fine. I always do something different usually using organic crunchy pb unsweetened carob chips mix in some ground flax only 3/4 cup sugar and 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup applesauce. These are excellent for breakfast or on a hike!
I also substituted 1/2 applesauce and 1/2 butter and used crunchy pb. I used 1/8 cup to drop the cookies instead of 1/4 cup. I might try half the sugar or maybe 3/4 the amount. The cookies are NOT too sweet I would just be interested to see what I could get away with to cut back the sugar. These cookie are my new FAVORITE!!
Delicious if you like oatmeal raisin cookies. I read the reviews but decided not to change a thing just to try the recipe as it was intended. The brown sugar is way way too much. That is all I can taste defenantly do away with it unless you want to eat oatmeal raisin cookiies and ther are much easier recipes for oatmeal rasin cookies. Next time I will use all whole weat cut the sugar in half and leave out raisins and add more nutty items like sunflower seeds etc. by the way hubby loves them. He would give them 5 stars. I only give them three because I expected to taste more than sugar.
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