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I love these cookies! I have been making 1/2 recipes of these cookies about 3-5x's a week since I first tried then. I changed a few things, like using pumpkin seeds instead of fruit, and they come out great. I eat them as a dessert, but mainly as a healthy snack. Great recipe, thanks!

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lisa__lynn January 24, 2010

Pretty good! I added in raisins and coconut, while they tasted okay for a nonfat cookie, they were a little too dry for my taste. I'd recommend adding a bit more applesauce to the recipe. Still, very tasty little cookies, thanks!

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Hydra January 10, 2008

Good cookies! I added a few mini chocolate chips, but other than that didn't do a thing! Baked the exact stated time and they are nice and soft :-) Thanks!

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Ms. Sweet November 20, 2005

Pretty good! Perfect directions and description. I would actually suggest using a small portion of no trans-fat & low fat margarine to aid a bit in the finished product. (I am going to make them again and try - I'll report back!). Thanks for the recipe!!

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AKillian24 March 14, 2005

These were really good cookies. I cooked them a little longer than recommended - about 7 minutes first, then turned the pans and cooked for 7 more minutes. It made them crunchier. Not too sweet, they were the right touch when I wanted a "sweet" but didn't want to ruin my diet. My kids liked them too, and they are picky eaters!

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Jennifer R April 27, 2004
lower-fat chewy oatmeal spice cookies