"A less fattening version of an old favorite. Now you can eat even more!" — WARREN
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1 1/2 cups
lowfat cream cheese
2 3/4 cups
cream of tartar
10 stars! This recipe made delicious and fluffy cookies. I only used 1 1/2 tsp. of cinammon because I was running low, but it still tasted wonderful. I also whipped the egg whites before folding them in to make them extra fluffy. Tip: if the dough starts sticking to your hands when you're rolling them, spray your hands with some non-stick cooking spray. Also, I ended up lowering the temperature to 375 and cooking for a full 8 minutes (the bottoms dont end up as burnt).
In a word...YUCK! We did not enjoy these at all. We ate 2 cookies and threw the rest out. I will not make these again
This cookie was very yummy! I only used 1 egg, 1 cup of sugar, and fat free cream cheese it still came out fantastic!
A very tasty lower fat/calorie cookie. I am on Weight Watchers and they are only 3 points each! The dough can be sticky so be sure to spray your cookie sheet with a non-stick spray. I also sprayed my hands with the non-stick spray to make it easier to roll the balls out. Watch your bake time! These taste dry if you bake too long - all of mine came out perfect at 7 min. Thanks for the recipe!
These were *so* good. More cake-like than the high-fat version, but still just as tasty. Make sure you watch them so they don't burn. They'll still look like they need to go back in the oven for a couple of minutes when they're done as they don't brown as much as a regular cookie (check the bottoms). I ended up baking mine for about 6 minutes, and they were perfect. I'll make this one again.
This is my go-to recipe for desserts/snacks...it never fails! I used Neufchatel and lemon juice and it always gets rave reviews.
Excellent cookies! My husband is very picky and usually doesn't like it when I lighten things. His cholesterol is high so now we're doing more lightening and he LOVED these.
My family LOVES these cookies!! The low-fat part makes me feel less guilty about making them (and eating them).
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 28
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