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I really enjoyed this! I made a handful of substitutions inspired by my morning oatmeal:

Started at step 4:
1 c of gala apples
1/3 c of pecans (in lieu of dates & raisins)
1/2 c apple butter
& clove honey for my sweetener

They're really tasty! But next time I plan to add at least 2x as much honey. Thanks Sarah!

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V.shirazawa November 10, 2012

Hi Sarah! Thank you for posting these. I saw this recipe this morning on the www.recipe4living.com website and was all set to post them and VOILA, here they are! Awesome...Thanks for taking the time to post this recipe and congratulations on your Blue Ribbon!

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senseicheryl September 21, 2008

We liked these. Used whole wheat flour instead of white. Next time, I would add more cinnamon. Another keeper! Thanks Sarah J!

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TLu April 16, 2008

Good recipe. I am always looking for healthier ways to "trick" my kids into thinking they are eating junk food. I liked these cookies because of their lack of sugar and because they were easy to make too! Oh yeah...did I mention that they taste pretty good too? Thanks Sarah J.

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tornadoes three September 21, 2007

Very good. I used the following substitutions to make them 1/2 ww point each & even healthier. They turned out very nice: Whole wheat flour instead of white flour, I replaced some of the flour with 8 grain cereal mix-abt 1/4 cup(optional). 1 tsp powdered stevia instead of liquid sweetener mixed into 1/2 cup egg substitute instead of 2 eggs. I replaced the dates with more apples and I added 1/4 tsp baking powder to the recipe. I made 30 small cookies (teaspoon of batter)& they come out to be 1/2 ww point each.

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ZooZoo August 02, 2006
Sugarless Apple Cookies