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Soft cookie, almost like a muffin texture. Used 6 oz butterscotch chips, 2/3 cup chopped toasted walnuts and 1 tsp vanilla. Great way to use up applesauce. Using about a tablespoon of dough per cookie yielded 42, and 8 minutes at 400 degrees was perfect. I plan to try them with dried blueberries, almond extract and some lemon zest instead of the chocolate chips.
I made these cookies the other day in an attempt to finish off some remaining applesauce that has been taking up space in the freezer. I used cinnamon chips instead of chocolate, and dried mixed fruit bits, and reduced the cinnamon to a few liberal shakes. They were a BIG hit with my lil sis, who loves all things apple and cinnamon. I probably should have stacked them with sheets of waxed paper in between the layers before storing them; becasue they are SO wonderfully moist, they did stick together a bit. Oh well, some folks got a bonus cookie stuck to the bottom of the one they grabbed--no complaints about that!
These cookies are amazing. I also put a homemade maple frosting and walnuts on top of it. Only advised for people with large sweet tooth.
Fantastic!!! I had a bunch of peach sauce so i substituted peach sauce for applesauce. Amazing. I have used this recipe over and over again. Just mix everything in one bowl, couldn't be easier!
This is very similar to my Grandma's Applesauce Chocolate Chip Cookie which I love! I made these with a mix of white and brown sugar and about half of the chocolate chips suggested. They were good, but I would make them again, with the following changes: Double cinnamon and nutmeg Full chocolate chip amount Add some vanilla Thank you so much for posting!
These yield a good cookie that is a little different, but that's good. Variety keeps things interesting, right? I added everything in the amount stated....my dh doesn't care for cinnamon much, so that was strong to him yet I really like it so the measurement was fine with me. These are definitely cake like cookies, so I found them to be just as design*girl stated, even the batter is more cake like than cookie like. A good choice I made for Pick A Chef Spring 2008. Thanks!!
These were pretty good. They are so different from any chocolate chip cookie I have ever had before. They are definitely cakey and soft and didn't last very long! The nutmeg was a bit overpowering, so I would reduce that next time. I used cinnamon applesauce, so I left out the cinnamon.