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Wow! I cant believe how good this turned out, I’m deffinately keeping the recipe. I substituted 1 cup of honey for the sugar and cut back the water a little and it was still amazing! Nobody believed that …
I made this cake for my dad’s b-day. I topped each piece with the Honey Vanilla Whipped cream. It was a huge hit with kids & adults! The texture is amazing and the taste is incredible! I used a 9×13 pan …
I made a few substitutions: -Extra virgin coconut oil instead of butter -Pure grade B maple syrup for both honey and brown sugar – Spelt flour instead of whole wheat flour Turned out very moist and delicious! …
Just looking for a healthy alternative and landed on your site. Haven’t tried the receipe yet, but I do remember the road to Hana. Went there in 1978 on my honeymoon, I remember the curves, the beauty, …
… by heart now! Thanks so much for sharing!!! I wanted to add that I replaced the honey with Grade B Amber maple syrup, and used oat bran flour, and it turned out just great each time! …
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 …
I’ve made these for my family 3 times now. They LOVE them! I decreased the peanutbutter a little (1/2 – 3/4 c.) and the honey as well (about a 1/4 c.) and they are awesome! After making the adjustments …
These bars are really delicious. However I wonder would it be possible to reduce the honey and sweeten with Stevia? …
… 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! …
Mine came out more like scones 🙁 i tried adding more honey. Any other suggestions? …
These were an excellent alternative to the normal oatmeal cookie. So good. My kids loved them. And I also liked the tip for the honey. It worked like a charm. Thanks. …
I used 1/4 cup almond meal and 1/4 wheat flour, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/4 cup honey and 1/2 cup cinnamon applesauce. I also added golden raisins, dried currants and dark chocolate. These were very moist and …
…hey added to the dough 4 bananas mixed with 8 dates…Believe me it will make better and moister ( and then you dont need to add Honey and molasses ) …
You know… HONEY and Molasses are natural products, but really not healthy and FULL of SUGAR… why not replace this ingredients with Dates ( 8 big dates = 1/2 cups of sugar ) That is a very smart to …
I was looking for a healthy cookie that I could use semi sweet chocolate chips in and this is great. I added chopped dates, pecans and coconut. They were really sweet. I’ll use half the honey next time. …
Awesome, I always change things up abit; added barley malt, did 1tblesp +/- honey, and molasses. Added King Arthurs porridge, used stone ground flour, added craisons and a bluebrry, cherry, and cranberries …
I just made them and they are delicious. I reduced the oil in half with unsweetened applesauce, used 1/2 honey and added 3/4 cup chopped walnuts. They came out soft and chewy. I used grapeseed oil. The …
GREAT base recipe! Thanks so much! Got great ideas for alterations from all the comments. I used 1/3 c agave instead of the honey skipped the molasses 1/4 olive oil 1/4 applesauce 1/2 c dark chocolate …
Thank you for sharing this recipe. I omitted the oil and used .5 c of natural applesauce, substituted the honey with .25 c of Agave nectar, added some bittersweet chocolate chips and we all loved them. …
… 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 …
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