"Sugarless fruity cookie, great for those watching their sugar intake." — Karly
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1 1/2 cups
Thank you so much for posting this recipe. It is my new favorite cookie with a few changes. I only used half the butter (6 Tbs instead of 12 Tbs). For the flour, I used a combination of almond meal, ground flax seed, and whole wheat instead of all purpose. I left out the walnuts and threw in some chocolate chips. It is good with chocolate chips, but the bananas make it sweet enough that it would be great with out the chocolate, too. I just gave my husband one and he LOVED it. Cutting back our sugar intake isn't going be so bad after all!
Was hoping for more flavor, but most of the taste seemed to come from the butter. I didn't like them as a stand-alone food-- but they weren't terrible under some ice cream.
My son has adverse reactions to sugar and rarely finds sugarless food appealing.He LOVES the cookies,they were a huge hit.
I think the substitution of applesauce for the butter works great. I also added the chocolate chips and used wholewheat flour. Turned out great.
This cookie doesn't spread out, the way you plunk it on the sheet is the way it comes out. I've been subbing no sugar applesauce for the butter and adding chocolate chips. They turn out great!
It is delicious, but the texture turned out more like a scone. This is the only reason I gave four stars. I think sugar gives cookies the crunch, so without it they become something else. I do think we often can do away with sugar. Next time I will make them as muffins or drop scones.
I wasn't necessarily looking for a no sugar cookie, but wanted something lower in fat or calories. I am glad I found this recipe. I made 2 slight changes. I used 1/2C butter and added 1/2C semi sweet chocolat chips. I am definitely glad I added the chocolate chips because without them they would have been a tad bland. I also have a major sweet tooth so that's why I added them. They were nice and soft and cake like in texture. I will definitely make these again and when I do I will probably add even more cinnamon just because I like a stronger cinnamon taste.
These were really good! I added a couple packets of Splenda. They don't look so good after a couple of days, though. The banana turns the cookies kinda brown. Luckily they usually don't last more than a day or two at my house :)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Sugar Added Cookies
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 285
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