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Sorry but these turned out bland, no taste at ALL..

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mahoush8 January 26, 2009

Very good. I halved this, getting 12 cookies. I used 1/4 cup ww flour and 1/2 cup white. Since i couldn't half an egg white, I added 1 1/2 tablespoons skim milk instead. Out of habit, i added some applesauce in where oil would be. But the batter wouldn't come together! So i mixed in more milk, but i think i went a bit crazy and added too much to it was very sticky and the cookies were soggy, but still yummy!

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I Can't Believe It's Healthy January 14, 2009

These are great for anyone looking for a way to satisfy a chocolate craving and not having feel guilty about giving in! Thanks for the great recipe! :)

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rylew January 11, 2009

very tasty little cookies! You can't really even tell that they are fat free! I made up a half a batch and gave some to a friend who is on WW. We both enjoyed them a lot. Thanks for sharing!

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Shelby Jo December 29, 2008

Nice little light cookie! Don't burn the bottom of the cookie like I did! If you do, take a knife and scrape the bottom. I am on a low fat diet but have a big sweet tooth, these fill my craving.

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SweetT October 09, 2008

Oooh, these are divine little treats that I can make and enjoy in FRONT of my DH...no more hiding out in the closet with my secret goodies! I made them mainly for my DD in college who's trying to keep the freshman *15* from inching up on her. Her dorm friends were grabbing at them as I left. Now to make another batch for home! I did use 1/2 Spelnda/1/2 sugar and added a small handful of mini chocolate chips to the batter. Also, 2 regular sized choc.chips on top of warm cookies made a quick spreadable frosting. Thanks so much Kree!

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DuChick October 05, 2008

These were very good, but not ultra-fabulous. The dough/batter was a little hard to work with, but that's not really a problem ... and they spread more than I expected, but that wasn't really a problem either. My only reservation was that they weren't quite as chocolaty as I'd hoped for ... they were a little bland for me. Texture was very good though. I'll definitely make 'em again -- the slight loss in flavor is MORE than made up for with the low-fat, low-calorie nature. Thanks for posting this!

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KLHquilts January 16, 2008

This is an excellent alternative to regular cookies, especially if you're trying to take off a few pounds. I made these instead of brownies tonight & I substituted Splenda; turned out soft,fudgy & good. What more could anyone want from a LOW FAT cookie!?Thanks for a keeper!

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OrangeOctober January 11, 2008

I made two batches, following the recipe exactly and the other adding more liquid to thin the dough somewhat. While both tasted very good, the dough was exceptionally hard to work with using the original recipe and although the second, thinner batch was easier, the cookie came out very sticky. I will make them again for the taste alone, but perhaps adapt the recipe so that they can be made as brownies rather than cookies.

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Soleilbb September 18, 2007
Fat-free Chewy Chocolate Cookies