A tasty way to get a lot of fiber. A nurse friend gave us this recipe when one of our children was having problems keeping everything 'moving along.' They are nicknamed "Roto-Rooter Cookies," and for good reason! I quickly learned to limit dh and the other kids to a few cookies apiece. That was hard, though, because they really are yummy little creations, kind of a super-powered oatmeal cookie. It's also a very forgiving recipe...if you are missing some of the fruit, seeds, etc, just adjust other amounts around to your taste/pantry items. I've made it with and without the final step of rolling in sesame seeds; both ways work, though the toasted sesame taste is nice. When dd was really having trouble, I also substitued prune juice for the liquid milk. You may add up to 1-2 c of mixed fruit, seeds, etc as the last ingredients, but don't have to; may need to adjust liquid a bit depending upon what you choose. Basic recipe makes a lot; I've never had any trouble halving it.