Delicious! Quick and easy to make too. I used 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/4 cup Brown Sugar Twin. I added raisins--great!--and next time I will try adding some walnuts too. My whole family is enjoying these cookies. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
We liked these a lot. They taste healthy, but that's not a bad thing to us. Followed the recipe pretty closely but used sucanat (dehydrated cane juice) instead of brown sugar. Love the honey flavor! Also added cranberries and pistachios.
I followed other reviewers and used 1/4 cup agave and 1/4 of brown sugar. I think I could have cut the sugar down further so will try that next time. I also added some vanilla and cinnamon just because I like those in my oatmeal cookies. I did half just like that and half with semi sweet chocolate chips and my entire family loved these! Next time I will decrease the brown sugar and double the recipe (it didn't make that many cookies even though I made them quite small). Kudos to the teenage chef :)
Very good recipe! I substituted the honey for 1/4 cup of apple sauce, used only 1/4 cup of brown sugar and used 3tbs of coconut oil instead of butter. Turned out great! And made it even healthier :). I also added some cinnamon and chocolate chips for flavor. Will make again for sure.
These cookies are super yummy. Like others, I substituted a few items. I used vegan butter, egg substitute and added one teaspoon of cinnamon because my goal was to make vegan cookies. They turned out so well, I couldn't believe they were vegan OR made with whole wheat flour. This is a great recipe..THANK YOU for sharing it!
I don't want to be a downer with all the rave reviews but I followed the directions exactly, adding pecans to mine. Although the taste wasn't bad, my dough was wet and sticky, and the cookies were so flat that I could hardly get them off the cookie sheet (I did spray the pan generously with cookie spray). After reading some of the reviews, I saw that some others added more flour or oats or used some other variations that they preferred. Maybe someday I will experiment with this recipe.
I don't usually forget things in recipes, but in this one I accidentally forgot the egg; however they still turned out great. I used 3 tbs of Siggi's vanilla nonfat yogurt, halfed the honey and brown sugar, and added a heaping 1/4 tsp of ground cinnamon. When I do these again, however, I will flatten the balls of dough because they didn't spread and add a splash of vanilla. I ended up with 13 cookies. They probably still would have been amazing without the changes.
Phenomenal and do easy to make!
These were super easy to make with my 4 year old daughter. Added chocolate chips. I didn't have baking soda, so I used 1 teaspoon of baking powder instead and they came out great. I also used applesauce instead of butter.