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These were yummy I subed out the butter for olive oil and the eggs with ground flaxseed to make them vegan and they tasted great!! I always find that I need to add a bit of water when subing the flaxseed …
Wow, these look so yummy. I am going to try them for a special Easter treat in our plastic eggs. I haven’t tried the recipe yet but I am wondering how wet or dry the bars are. Could I add some almond butter …
… me. I’m going to try replacing some of the honey with peanut or almond butter and see what happens. Thank you for a moist and chewy granola bar recipe! …
… had a great flavor, a little soft so in the next batch I added some butter which really helped 😆 tasty! healthy! made 20 cookies with less than 90 calories in each! …
These turned out great! I substituted almond butter for oil, and used maple syrup (the real stuff) in place of molasses. I also used 1.5 egg whites in place of the 1 egg, and left the salt out all together. …
I’ve been on the hunt for a healthier cookie and I think I found it. This is my new favorite cookie recipe. I used 1/2 butter and 1/2 shortening (instead of olive oil) and as soon as my shortening is gone, …
Just finished making these cookies and they are AMAZING!!! I added one mashed banana, tsp of creamy peanut butter, and the walnuts for a banana nut peanut butter oatmeal cookie and it made them taste like …
… 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 …
Can you substitute more honey for molasses? Are you SURE there’s no butter at all? …
… with parchment paper. Not sure what that is. I grabbed a chunk of butter and rubbed the pan, and it worked pretty well. I’m not sure what the reason for cooling the mix for 20 minutes is, but I didn’t …
These are excellent! I have an autistic son who goes crazy when he eats white flour, sugar sweetened cookies. I added a tbsp of natural peanut butter and a little more flour and they turned out great. …
Just found your site looking for a whole wheat healthier version of chocolate chip cookies (less fat and sugar). I like your recipes. I reduce the fat/butter and sugar. I used yogurt and apple sauce. Maybe …
I didn’t have any of the flour called for, so I just dumped in some multigrain hot cereal. Didn’t have any EVOO or applesauce either, so I used some homemade pumpkin butter. Fabulosity. Three cheers for …
Made them (was out of butter!) they were great — I used stevia instead of honey (or other sweetner), and added a little milk……chocoate chips and pecans! They were soft and almost gone within 10 minutes …
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