8 Reviews

I made it with all purpose flour. I mixed everything in the food processor. I didn't have to add water or anything else. I got 29 cookies. 10 minutes cooking and they were perfect. I'll have to try with oats another time. They have a great taste and crispy just the way I like it. Thanks Enjolinfam :) Made for the Australian Swap for February 2011

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Boomette February 27, 2011

I didn't have any peanuts handy, so I used 1 C of peanut butter and an extra 1 C of oats. These turned out really great. Would probably be better for you if you used the all natural peanut butter. :)

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amyandnip July 06, 2010

Wow - these were great cookies considering they have no added butter or oil! I used all oats and did not find the need to add any additional water, just a few more oats. My peanuts were lightly salted, so probably could have used just a smidge more added in. Might try a dash a cinnamon next time around.

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Brooke the Cook in WI May 09, 2010

My DF absolutely loved these... I like chewy, soft cookies so I wouldn't eat them every day (but he is very picky, and made me made them the day after again - so that says something!) I did change it up a little . I used 1//2 cup wheat flour, 1/2 cup ground oats. I then used about 1/3 cup honey, and almost 1/2 cup applesauce (I did this the second time I made the recipe and it made it much softer). Thanks for the healthy recipe! DF REFUSES to eat the yummy, fattening kind : )

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themami August 16, 2009

These are delicious! I wanted a delicious peanut butter cookie and this is exactly what I ordered. I used 1/2 flour and 1/2 quick oats which game me the best tecture. I will be making these many times in the future, thanks for the great recipe!

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shell.35 June 26, 2009

Perfect, family thought these were delicious. I added the 1T of water, and about 1/4 tsp of Stevia herb powder for extra sweetness. Thank you for the great recipe.

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yogiclarebear January 18, 2009

Followed the recipe exactly as printed, but couldn't find wholewheat pastry flour and so just used regular wholewheat flour. Also, needed to add the 1 T. of water. These are a little trickly to make. I left them in balls intially and then with 4 minutes left to bake, pressed down with a fork. I felt this made it easier for pressing. A great recipe for myself who really watches what they eat, but not for those who want sweetness in a cookie. The honey doesn't add alot. Thanks E Family~ Made for March's AU recipeswap 08!

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CoffeeB March 01, 2008

I think I overbaked mine, they are a bit too hard, but they taste GREAT! And so simple, and healthy. I will make these again soon! BTW I used agave nectar as the perfect vegan honey replacement.

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White Rose Child September 25, 2007
Healthy Peanut Butter & Honey Cookies