This recipe is from "Low Fat Cooking", by Pamela Westland. I haven't tried this yet, due to my BULGING cookbook and I'm trying to cut back in desserts... anyway, if u try them, do let me know if u like it. Posted on request by love4culinary. Prep time is an estimation; seems like a really easy recipe.
This is a better version of a granola cookie recipe. It uses Sucanat (an unrefined sweetener--you can find it at Wegmans or at health food stores) and Hemp Plus granola, which is a lighter granola with puffs in it, and flaxseed. (Don't worry, it's safe to eat, even for children). These cook up light and airy, and taste heavenly. Note: they're a little less healthy if you eat the whole batch...*burp*
These cookies are absolutely delicious and absolutely addictive! I keep rolls of it on hand in the freezer and just slice off as many as I want to bake at one time. They never last long. My 2 year old LOVES them. Another winner from FC...
These are a little different flavor from you regular oatmeal cookie as they have butterscotch pudding mix added to the batter, these cookies tend to stick to the pan so grease your pan generously, make certain that you have a large enough bowl there is a lot of batter to this recipe ------ not sure why so many members are having problems with this recipe, these cookies are wonderful!
This cookie is a bit healtier than some others but still delicious. I love putting a healthier variation out for my family that they still love -- and this one tops all. Recipe source: Bon Appetit (December 1986)