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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 …
YUM! So Good! I did end up adding more flour. I used 1/4C honey, 1/4C agave/maple syrup. Mine are a soft, but a bit cakey (I think I may have added a bit too much additional flour, although I’m really …
These sound so cool! I think I’m gonna try them tomorrow! I love baking up healthy sweets–today I made some zucchini bread sweetened with honey…yum! 🙂 …
I have now made 3 seperate batches of this wonderful recipe, trying different variations. The first batch I made I didn’t have molasses so I omitted it; the second batch I used all oil and ran out of honey …
I would like to substitute honey with most sugars in my baking, and was wondering if the baking soda is always doubled, or just 1/4 tsp added for the extra acidity. Thanks! …
I just made these today. They are so awesome. I left out the baking soda, baking powder, molasses and cinamon, but they were still great. Too sweet for my taste tho. Maybe I slipped on the honey. Also, …
Ok here is my varriation: I used 1.5 C ground flax Seed 3/8 C. Coconut Oil 3/4 C Honey 1.5 T. Molasses 1 egg beat w/1T water 1t. banana extract 1.5 C. White Whole Wheat Flour 3/4 t. Baking Soda 3/4 t. …
This recipe is wonderful and so flexible. The first time I made them I used half applesauce/half canola oil, used as much honey as I had (was still short than the 1/2 cup) and its questionable just how …
These things were awesome! I ended up with about 30 cookies. Made a few changes: -used 1/4 honey, 1/4 brown sugar instead of 1/2 honey -used 1/4 oil, 1/4 applesauce instead of 1/2 oil -omitted molasses …
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