4 Reviews

They were WAY too salty. The ratio was way off. More like biscuits than cookies. Actually tastes gross to me. Tried to fix it by adding more stevia, nothing really worked. Have tried other recipes that worked fine. It's not the stevia, it's the salt ratio. I would recommend not using salted butter. And then it might be fine. But not sure, as I don't even want to try this recipe again.

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Ricky C. November 16, 2015

I thought tastaegood especially using Stevia. I have found that stevia only taste good with certain recipes, banana muffins taste good also with stevia. It seems it takes another sweet ingredient to make stevia to taste right.Thanks.

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DotM March 05, 2009

I really enjoyed these! I replaced all purpose flour for Spelt flour, and I replaced chocolate chips Carob Chips - making them 100% sugar free and whole-grain. These definitely have a shortbread cookie texture - which I enjoyed! Definitely not a replicate of the traditional chocolate chip cookie - but that's impossible if you want a healthy cookie! Thanks for the recipe!

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arose November 11, 2008

Although it's really nice to have cookies without sugar, these do not exactly replicate traditional chocolate chip cookies (which I know may not be entirely possible). My mom LOVED them, but she likes shortbread cookies, which is exactly the texture these have. Don't get me wrong, the flavor's great, but the texture is what gets me!

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Pescetarian October 13, 2008
Chocolate Chip Cookies (Using Stevia)