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I added 1/2 cup flax-seed meal, 1 cup applesauce instead of olive oil, 2 eggs instead of one, added 1/2 cup craisins, 1/2 cup raisins and 1 cup walnuts. I made them as bar cookies and they turned out  …
Thanks so much for posting the cookie info. It’s snowing outside (1 inch in an hour)… the fire has logs in the fire. And I am about to make some cookies. The apple sauce and olive oil sound so interesting …
If you use regular olive o oil in cooking anything and not evoo there will be no flavor change …
Olive Oil reigns for almost everything. Use light flavored instead of the natural darker green oil. …
Made the cookies w/olive oil – which I didn’t like. All I tasted was the olive oil. I also increased the cinnamon to 2 heaping tablespoon. Can’t even taste the cinnamon for the olive oil. Next time, I’ll …
… “chewy.” I followed the recipe exactly except used 1/4 cup applesauce, 1/4 cup olive oil. Any ideas? Should I cut back on the flour a bit? Less baking powder/soda? …
Yummy! Great recipe! I really love healthy snacks and this one is very versatile. I substituted coconut oil for olive oil and also oatmeal flour for 1/2 of the wheat flour just because I had it on hand. …
… 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 …
This cookie was perfect! I used 1/4 cup olive oil and 1/4 unsweetened apple sauce and I loved the texture, it was almost bread-like. They taste pretty sweet actually and I didn’t use any molasses. I love …
… mixture Stir in oats raisins Choc chips and Walnut pieces Drop by rouded teaspoon onto baking pan coated with olive oil baking spray. Bake at 350 till turning Golden, These turned out so good no one would …
I was wondering if I could substitute olive oil for coconut oil. If so, how much coconut oil should I use? …
I’ve baked these cookies for my 5 year old as well as my boyfriend…huge success! Using the olive oil makes the cookies really crunchy and satisfying. I’ve also made them using the applesauce…they were …
Susan – Absolutely. Olive oil works great in baking. The flavor is imperceptible. Leah – I always say everything goes better with dark chocolate chips. 🙂 …
Can you really bake the oatmeal cookies with olive oil? …
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