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Delicious unusual spice blend! I baked mines for 10 minutes and they were not as chewy as I would have liked, so next time I'll take them out after 8 minutes. I got 12 BIG cookies with this recipe. I think tablespoon-sized portions of dough should yield around 25 cookies. I skipped the chocolate chips but doubled the sweetener (major sugar craving...) and liked them a lot this way. Good healthy cookie. Thanks for posting!

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Anne La Quebecoise December 11, 2005

The flavor of these cookies is wonderful. But I did leave out the pepper, cayene, vinegar and chocolate chips. I used a mixture of sugar and splenda sweetner and used margarine instead of oil. My cookies were mounds, next time I will flaten with a glass or fork tines. I was worried about using the cumin, but with all the other spices it blended in beautifully. Thanks for another way to use my soy milk. I really enjoyed this cookie and it was very easy to make.

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Miss Annie in Indy November 08, 2005

Good low fat cookie recipe. The spices are really unique for cookies! I used just a few dashes of salt as a personal preference. I'm thinking of trying these spices in other cookie recipes too (margarine cookie recipes... for those times when low fat doesn't quite satisfy the cookie craving!)

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Ariix December 06, 2004
Spicy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies