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Cookies for Dieters

[Cover photo by Sue L.] Lighter cookie recipes for people watching their waistlines.
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These moist yummy cookies are great for kids' lunches, afterschool snacks or just for having on hand for your sweet cravings. If you don't have pumpkin, you can use cooked, pureed squash. They freeze beautifully so make a double or triple batch!

Recipe #169079

Extremely low cal and they look adorable. Recipe credit to Taste of Home recipe finder.

Recipe #189603

From a friend who obtained it from a famous diet Doctor. Eat 6 cookies throughout the day along with 6 oz. fish or chicken, 2 cups veggies and a salad for dinner. Use diet for one month and you can expect a 15 lb. weight loss. I tried them and they are tasty but would add maybe add 1/2 cup of Spenda and more spices next time! They DO fill you up!! Can't vouch for weight loss yet but sounds like it will work!!!

Recipe #182155

Delicious, and healthy, (if somewhat unusual) cookie.

Recipe #168830

5 Reviews |  By myslys

I'm on Weight Watchers now and every once in a while like to have a little something sweet. I haven't made these, but they look really good!! Plus, they're only one point per serving!!

Recipe #167842

5 Reviews |  By me2006

Since I'm not a native New Yorker, I can't say how these compare to the full fat version. Nevertheless, these are delightful, soft cookies with just a hint of lemon. They are wonderful when in the mood for something a little different. Recipe taken from Cooking Light.

Recipe #136098

From Cooking Light, these delicious little cookies make a wonderful, light dessert or sweet snack!

Recipe #136092

3 Reviews |  By MSMD310

an easy and very low fat cookie that is suitable for passover. Using citrus juice stabilizes the meringue so you don't need cream of tartar or vinegar. This makes a light cookie that is chewy inside- if you'd like a drier meringue you can bake at 250 for an hour then turn the oven off and leave it in for another hour- those taste more like the meringues you can buy at the store

Recipe #119245

5 Reviews |  By ShaGun

Wow these are good for being low-fat! Sometimes to make them even healthier, I replace half the flour with whole wheat flour, and I use 1/4 cup honey to replace half of the light corn syrup. These do not spread out at all. They are wonderful things to pop in your mouth when you want something sweet. This is a variation from Tribole's "Healthy Desserts"

Recipe #115778

I received this as part of a Christmas Bake Exchange. These look so pretty on a cookie platter.

Recipe #106195

I found this recipe in Cooking Light Magazine and it's quickly become a family favorite. Even non-sweet potato lovers like this dish.

Recipe #43267

46 Reviews |  By Kim D.

Like most Italian cookies, these lemon drop cookies aren't too sweet. The perfect summer-time treat or a great addition to your holiday cookie tray!

Recipe #104852

Another Weight Watcher recipe that I HAD to add to my cookbook. These were wonderul and definately satisfied my sweet tooth and only 1 point per serving. Serving size is 2 cookies.

Recipe #59434

1 Reviews |  By ShaGun

My sister is forever asking for "desserts that are healthy but don't taste like it." I tried this one and she couldn't believe how healthy they were because they tasted so good. If you want to make it healthier, substitute dried cranberries or raisins for teh chocolate chips. Splenda can be substituted for the white sugar.

Recipe #176826

I saw this recipe and thought that it was simple and easy. Also that is was very low in fat and low in calories. These make great treats for children.

Recipe #57074

These are really good low-fat cookies. They have a good consistency and flavor. I have made them so many times and my family loves them.

Recipe #75978

Recently in the mood to make oatmeal cookies and was pleasantly surprised to find a recipe that used reduced fat margarine or butter. Adapted to suit my tastes, this cookie is soft and moist. For a crisper cookie bake at 325 degrees. Just know they won't stay crispy for more than a day, if they last that long.

Recipe #161758

61 Reviews |  By Kree

These are so fudgy and chewy they almost melt in your mouth. I was looking for a low-fat chocolate cookie but never expected to find something this good. These make me feel like I'm in chocaholic's heaven! I found these online, but they're originally from a Karo pamphlet.

Recipe #89186

From Cooking Light (September 2002). Allow an extra 30 minutes for the dough to chill.

Recipe #120135

An easy (i call them air cookies) meringue, with different flavors Kids love them. Points 1.

Recipe #119181

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