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Thought these were pretty good for using Splenda and for 42 calories a cookie. You need to flatten them out a bit to get a cookie shape. Otherwise it tends to stay in ball form when you bake them. If you bake them only 8 or 9 minutes the texture is more like a cookie. Still a bit of a cake consistency, but we thought the taste was great!

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Evadisney January 22, 2013

These didnt taste so terrible. I actually liked them, but the family said nay. And also the texture wasn't exactly favorable for a cookie in my opinion. I much prefer the Chocolate Chip & Walnut Cookies (Splenda) Chocolate Chip & Walnut Cookies (Splenda). They capture the, "just right" texture a lot better, which makes for a more pleasant experience. Pass the Milk!

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omJane February 11, 2008

The texture could use a bit of help. They were a little crumbly/cakey but tasted wonderful. I used a combo of butter and crisco and added in some nuts as well as chocolate chips. Thanks Barb.

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Hydra January 18, 2008

For some reason, my cookies were very crumbly. They tasted ok, just something wrong. Any help?

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emrskr August 03, 2007

I was worried by the consistancy of the dough, but that could be because this was the first time I've baked with Splenda. The cookies turned out WONDERFUL! Light and airy, without any hint of the stereotypical 'diet' aftertaste.

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jeff. December 03, 2005
Splenda Blend -- Chocolate Chip Cookies