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I was looking for a no bake recipe, and this was the #2 rated... They are amazing!!!! I was so excited that there was NO butter. I only had oatmeal, but am excited to use the wheat germ and flax seed. I'd also like to try honey to sub for the sugar. DH and DS LOVED them too. Thanks for a great recipe!!!

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Chef Brandyb June 13, 2010

I had to use all oatmeal - but they were still a quick delicious cookie. Thank you!

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lbrtdc June 10, 2010

Great quick recipe.... I ran out of granola or energy bars for lunch for DH.... found this and threw it together. Loved the taste and loved the ease. Couldn't believe this was a single serving. I made bite size cookies and they are easy to nibble on throughout the day. Thanks for posting this.

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smschoolcraft June 10, 2010

Great recipe! You are right...it is very flexible! I was out of cocoa so I used hot chocolate mix! Also used smooth PB because that's what I had!

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HeathandHail June 01, 2010

These satisfied my sweet/chocolate craving....if I can stop eating them! I added chopped walnuts and dried blueberries. Thank you for a healthy and easy recipe

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cewrdh May 28, 2010

I've made this recipe more times than I can count, and I always change the quantity to 48. Last time, I used 1/2 peanut butter and 1/2 nutella. So amazing. If I don't have the flax or wheat germ, I omit & add more oats or coconut. Sometimes I use honey for part of the sugar, other times I use pure maple syrup. Thank you so much for publishing this recipe.

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limeandcoconuts May 16, 2010

I doubled this recipe, using smooth peanut butter and flax seed option and it was way too heavy on the dry ingredients! I could see the raw oatmeal still in it after stirring and ended up adding butter to help blend and "cook" it all. I prefer a no bake to be smoother and actually harden. I really like the reduced sugar. This healthier option is nice, but doesn't compare to the delicious original and can need some toying with to make work.

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COREprojects May 11, 2010

Awesome!!! I substituted Stevia NuBlend for half the amount of sugar and this was a delicious, guilt free treat! I'm so glad to be able to eat something sweet!

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klkscanner May 08, 2010

These are great, easy and semi-healthy, thanks!

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Silvano April 27, 2010
Healthy No Bake Cookies