I don't know why these cookies are so delicious. They don't have any exciting ingredients, just a lot of butter. The recipe comes from my Williams and Sonoma "Essentials of Baking" cookbook. I don't typically like "dry" or "sandy" cookies, but in this case, I can't keep my hands off them.
This recipe is made with whole wheat flour, no sugar, no eggs and no baking powder/soda. And it is all ooey gooey deliciousness. The trick? Bananas and maple syrup. And of course chocolate. What are cookies without chocolate? Nothing should be that healthy.
This recipe is out of a cookbook called "Pure Dessert" by Alice Medrich. The emphasis is on "pure flavor," or, in this case, "pure lime" (a half cup mind you). Yum. The crust is buttery, delicious, crunchiness, underneath it all.
Actually, I just call it "butt cake." That's just because it comes out of a bundt pan and I can't help myself. But really, this is a super easy recipe and great to serve to guests if you want to give them the impression you care. It works. That's how I came by it. I was visting a friend and I woke up to find breakfast waiting for me. "She loves me!"
I got this recipe from someone a lot healthier than me. It substitutes a date (or honey) and applesauce for the sugar. While being healthier, it also gives it the bread a wonderful, soft texture.
This recipe was originally for a bread machine. I just doubled it and make it with my stand mixer. So if you want, feel free to chop it in half and throw it in your machine.
This is a recipe that is better for people who are already familiar with Indian cooking and already have a stockpile of spices. But if you want to try it anyways and see just how yummy Indian food can be - then I'm not going to stop you.
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