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I thought these were delicious!! I didn't think they even tasted "healthy." I used splenda for the sugar and it worked great. I think the cinnamon and nutmeg really make it! The only thing I didn't like was the way mine looked because I wasn't sure how big to make them on the pan. They didn't really expand when baked like I thought and so they came out small and not as flat as they should be, so next time I'll just place them out better. They still tasted great! lol

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lauragrace08 May 03, 2010

These were pretty good and healthy for chocolate chip cookies. They taste healthy, but they don't taste bad at all, and it's something you actutally feel good about eating! Next time I'm going to use half applesauce and half olive oil. I think I will add some flax seeds too next time. Thanks so much, this is now our healthy cookie recipe!

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Mrs.R April 17, 2010

So good! I changed a couple things: I used applesauce instead of olive oil, flax seed meal instead of the egg, and less walnuts and chocolate chips. I baked for 14 minutes. Yummm!

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97454296538 November 03, 2009

These are the best whole wheat cookies I've ever made! In the past, cookies have come out with a weird texture/odd flavor, but these are awesome! I replaced the walnuts with chopped almonds and used 62% dark chocolate chunks. Yum yum. Thank you!

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Popcorn Specialist August 18, 2009

These were simple and delicious. I used Ghirardelli 60% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Chips and unbleached white flour, cut the oil in half and doubled the size of the cookies. Mmmm... Thanks for sharing. I will definitely make these again.

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hlkljgk March 09, 2009

These turned out really great! I love this recipe. I usually mess up cookies, so they seem to be bad cook proof too! I feel much better serving these to my cookie-loving family. It worked well too as a giant birthday cookie for a healthier birthday celebration for my friend. I'll be holding on to this recipe.

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nora November 16, 2008

AWESOME!! I used almonds instead of walnuts and next time I am going to try putting flax in them!!

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Cookin' in the Capital November 09, 2008

Not bad for healthy, of course for major choc chip lovers you can tell they are modified. But they are still tasty and my kids loved them. I used mini chocolate chips for more chocolate coverage. All in all still yummy with not as much guilt!

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Kristi 74 August 31, 2008

These were quite good for a healthy cookie! DH loves them too! Mine were a little difficult to get off the tray so next time I will spray the cookie sheet with cooking spray first. I made them without the nuts and with extra dark chips... Delicous!

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Baking Christi April 04, 2008
Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies