Breakfast Bean Cookies

"Low fat and incredibly health version of oatmeal, chocolate chip cookies."
 
Breakfast Bean Cookies created by Katzen
Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
15
Yields:
2 dozen cookies
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ingredients

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directions

  • Preheat oven to 325°F.
  • Place oats in the bowl of a food processor and pulse until it resembles coarse flour. Add flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon & salt & process until combined. Transfer to a large bowl.
  • Put beans in food processor & pulse until roughly pureed. Add butter & process until well blended. Add brown sugar, egg & vanilla & pulse until smooth, scraping down the sides of the bowl.
  • Poor bean mixture into oat mix & stir by hand until almost combined; add chocolate chip, raisins, nut & flaxseed & stir until just blended.
  • Drop large spoonfuls of dough onto a cookie sheet that has been sprayed with non-stick spray, & flatten each one a little with hand.
  • Bake 14-16 minute.
  • Makes 2 dozen. Each cookie contains 138 calories & 3.5 grams fat.

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  1. Healthy is Delicious
    I have been making bean cookies for years, but have never found a recipe that was quite perfect. This one is by far the closest. The only modifications I made were:<br/>Double the cinnamon<br/>Double the vanilla<br/>A dash of nutmeg.<br/><br/>Also, "pizza" stones are THE BEST! They take a few uses to get them good and seasoned, but EVERYTHING we ever bake on them turns out perfect every time.<br/><br/>Even my husband LOVES this batch! They turned out so good, I joined Food.com
     
  2. roseswigart
    We too loved these, Just made my third batch. Changed it up a little. Reduced brown sugar 1/4 cup and added 2T molasses. Added combo of 1 1/4 cup golden raisins and dried cranberry. Added just a few white choc chips. I soaked the dried fruit in a small pan w 1 1/2 T cherry concentrate ( Had this in the house, might have tried maple syrup if I didn't ) and heated it up until the juice had evaporated. This plumped up the fruit. This was really good. The recipe is also great as written.
     
  3. cewrdh
    Loved these. Several people asked for the recipe.
     
  4. CaramelPie
    I really liked these, especially for their healthy ingredients. My family liked them, too. I didn't tell DH & DS what was in them, though!
     
  5. Katzen
    Absolutely delicious! DH said (in a rather surpized and shocked voice upon hearing what was in them), "these are really good!" And then, half hour later, "these cookies are really, really GOOD!" I added walnuts, raisins, dried cranberries, chopped white chocolate, and then purely by mistake (and a happy one), butterscotch chips. I also blended the beans (which I'd rinsed and drained) longer than the recipe suggested, to make sure they were completely disguised. Who'd have thunck it - bean cookies are AWESOME! Thanks so much for posting! Made for PAC Fall 2008 - you were adopted!
     

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<p>I am a born and raised Edmontonian.&nbsp; I have an amazing career as an Operations Manager for a fabulous company, F12 Networks Inc.&nbsp;Cooking is my favorite hobby, I often make snaks and goodies for my Networker co-workers, family and friends.&nbsp; Even my little dog gets the odd taste.&nbsp; Aside from cooking, I love hockey and my favorite team is the Edmonton Oilers.</p> <p>I am also an Epicure Selections Consultant. This product line keeps me trying new items constantly and inspires me to be creative. I share it with all of my family and friends.</p>
 
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