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I found another recipe on this site almost the same, and it was the BEST cookie i had ever eaten and one of the only cookies i will now make, the only difference was i didn't use baking soda. thanks for postin, i havn't tried it with almond butter, but i should and then i will write another post Miss Pixie x x x
Great recipe. It works well for my stomach condition because it has no wheat in it. I'm actually allowed to eat cookies now! :) My family even loved the cookies. My mom said that they were the best cookies ever. I added a tsp. of vanilla extract and powdered sugar on top. I don't know if it makes a difference, but I also used low fat peanut butter.
These were too sugary for our tastes. In small doses, they are good, like candy, but the 24 cookies were too big. If I make them again, I would make them smaller, and add the nuts to give them more texture. I had to "drop"them, they were too runny to roll into balls.
I'm allergic to Dairy but not Eggs. When talking "food", dairy allergies are usually with "milk" based products... cream, cheese etc. An Egg allergy would be listed as something different.
I am planning on making these but wanted to clarify that they are not dairy free!!!!! Eggs are considered dairy.!
I made these with almond butter and they were delicate and delicious - and I don't have allergies, so my basis for comparison is all cookies. If I had not made these tender cookies, I would have guessed they contained a bit of flour and plenty of dairy butter - but nope, it's just the good healthy fat from the almonds (although brown sugar is still sugar, so I wouldn't quite call these health food). I do think it would be good to try the chocolate chips, or maybe experiment with a dash of vanilla extract or a spice - maybe a hint of cinnamon? They are better when fully cooled.