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These are so good! I used honey and semi-sweet chips since I'm not vegan myself. But I loved the healthiness of these (I used white wheat flour). The kids loved them too, which is always a bit of a challenge with stuff that is not loaded with butter. Thanks!

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ladypit June 30, 2010

Made this recipe as written & used some homemade applesauce in it! Makes for VERY, VERY NICE TASTING COOKIES! Most of them went off with my other half to share at his work, but I managed to keep hold of 10 or so just for myself! Thanks for sharing a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for one of my adoptees in the current Pick A Chef]

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Sydney Mike September 16, 2009

Yummy, I loved it. I used only a touch of agave because my bananas were so ripe and sweet. Also used 1 egg and blended the oatmeal to a oat flour. But I used organic all purpose flour instead of whole wheat. Also used regular old toll house chocolate chips. Baked in a stoneware 10 1/2 by 15 shallow pan, like a cookie bar, but they turned out very cake-like and chewy. I gave some to my kid's teacher and she claimed to like them too. I think when you leave out the oil, it's going to taste more cake-like than cookie like. DH was disappointed because I told him I was making choc. chip cookies and he didn't like the chewy, cake like texture.

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texastamale December 14, 2010
Not-So-Guilty Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Banana Cookies