Recipe by Keith Brown
"Delicious, truly guilt-free cookies with the strong, tasty flavors of ginger, honey, and orange that blend like a party in your mouth! If your store does not carry fruit-based fat substitute, you can easily substitute pureed prunes, or prune baby food in an equal amount."
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1 1/8 cups
whole wheat flour
1 1/2 teaspoons
fruit-based fat substitute
granular sucrolose sweetener (such as Splenda®)
chopped crystallized ginger
This recipe must be missing a liquid ingredient. When I mixed everything together it was too dry to even form a dough. I tried adding 2 eggs, but the finished cookies were very dry and spongy.
I don't know what to say!
Not worth the effort. The dried cranberries added nothing but a strange texture.
By looking at this recipe and hearing reviews of being dry. I decided to add an egg and some butter. Heres what I did:
In one bowl I mixed 1 1/2 c flour with 2t ginger and 1/2t cinnamon. Also added 1/2t baking soda and 1/8t sea salt. In a separate bowl I mixed together 1 T honey, 5T apple butter and 1/3c brown sugar(or coconut sugar)with 1 egg and 1/4c butter. Then I added the 1t vanilla and zest of 2 oranges. Then mix the dry and wet ingredients together. Then stir in 1/3c + 1 or 2T of rolled oats. Then bake on greased cookie sheets for 11-13 minutes.
The ginger and orange flavor are amazing!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Ginger Orange Oatmeal Delight Cookies
Serving Size: 1/40 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 40
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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