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We thought these were just ok. Kind of bland tasting. They had a nice texture the first day, but after that they just got rock hard (stored in a ziplock freezer bag). I flattened them before cooking.

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zoo66 April 27, 2009

Just made these today. For a fat-free cookie they have a nice taste and texture. However, I used semi-sweet chocolate chips and omitted the pecans. I didn't have corn syrup or brown sugar, so I used a combo of white sugar and honey, and added about 1/2 cup of water to thin out the batter. Make sure to flatten the cookie on the sheet. They won't spread.

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Chef Lumiere December 02, 2008

These are excellent! I've made them twice...the second time was by popular demand. Thanks for posting the recipe!!

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Paulawannabe October 04, 2006

I love these cookies! I made them with the honey and they tasted very good. I didn't put pecans in them though and used vanilla instead of maple extract.

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superblondieno2 September 24, 2006

I really liked these. They had a bit too much sugar for me to overindulge without guilt -- but I did still keep eating one after the other. I might even try to share these with my no-healthy-food friends. They definitely should be eaten within a few days of making them.

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noiijuan12 October 03, 2005
Low-Fat Butterscotch Oatmeal Pecan Cookies