12 Reviews

OK, so this is bad - really bad. I absolutely LOVE these cookies, and the husband thinks they're really good, too! I am so *not* telling him that they're "fat free" cookies. Also, I got exactly 40 cookies, and they aren't tiny little baby cookies, either. They're small but perfect. Thanks for a keeper!

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Meghan at Food.com April 28, 2011

These cookies are very good! I used craisens because I didn't have raisins on hand, and I used half splenda half sugar. They turned out great! Thanks for the recipe!!

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EyesForASkinnyFuture July 30, 2009

Wonderful cookies! I used gluten free flour and banana instead of applesauce. The banana was sweeter and allowed me to reduce the sugar a bit. Thanks for a healthy and great recipe!

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jbronwynne May 04, 2009

These are great- and only one WW point each! We split them into freezer bags and take out a few at a time- very easy recipe and a nice sweet treat! Thanks.

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sarahbeier January 18, 2009

I made quite a few changes but these were still very good. I had some almond meal (leftover from making almond milk) and substituted that, plus some flax meal for the flour. I used dried cranberries instead of raisins and maple syrup instead of honey. I added about a teaspoon of cinnamon and only cooked for about 8 minutes. I think next time I will add a little salt and maybe some walnuts.

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Red Jenny June 18, 2012

So yea.....I was so excited to find this recipe I went right to the store with my little boy and bought all the ingredients I thought I didn't have on hand...which was only Vanilla Extract and Rasins.......but I was wrong. I had 2 containers of baking powder at home NOT baking soda. So I tried to substitute baking powder (3 to 1 ratio with the powder to soda) It came out cakey which is totally my fault but good flavor. A little maple syrup and it's all good. I can't wait to try this again with the right ingredients this time!

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Stefanie828 December 07, 2010

I LOVED these cookies!! I eat a very low fat vegan diet and was craving a good cookie. I used agave syrup instead of honey to make doubly sure it was sweet enough for me (it was) and I added 1/2 tsp. of salt as well. I highly recommend these!!

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jenhafen January 04, 2008

Great Cookies! Even my son loves them and he is super picky. I didn't have oats or raisins so I used some muesli and dried blueberries. They are easy to make and soft cookies. I will be making these again!

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library_leprechaun June 17, 2008

Very good!

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Caleb1234 April 22, 2007

These cookies were a little too sweet and I was surprised how there were no spices asked for at all. I substituted honey with half maple syrup and half agave. They were difficult to bake fully without burning the top and bottom slightly. I agree with the other commenter that they are nothing like traditional oatmeal raisin cookies. Just tastes like sugar. Not unedible though.

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Fat Free Oatmeal Raisin Cookies