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A Cookie Worth the Calories

 
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Oatmeal chocolate chip. Unbelievable. Well worth the calories. And it has oatmeal, so it must be healthy, right?

What’s your favorite?
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Looks yummy!

If it is healthy because of the oatmeal - depends on your beliefs! Do you hold excess fat or excess carbs responsable for obesity and associated deseases? Do you believe cholesterol is bad and that oatmeal will lower it? These are just some of the questions, and I will not put more in order not to get too much off topic.

I replace the oatmeal with ground almonds, as I prefer gluten free and low-carb. Add some ground carrots for the humidity, and butter/ghee and eggs for smoothness. Honey and 86% chocolate give the flavour.

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Those look fantastic! My whole family's favorite recipes is oatmeal chocolate chip to. something about the oatmeal gives it the best texture....
 
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Looks so yummy! And yes they are healthy.... I would love to have the recipe...
 
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Mmm, chocolate chip made with cassava flour, coconut sugar, maple syrup, and ghee is my current fave. I like to reheat them before eating so the chocolate chips are melty. Yum. Maybe need to go make some.
 
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Camping Cookies

350 F greased pan

½ c butter (softened)

1 cup brown sugar

½ cup white sugar

1.     Beat until fluffy.

3 eggs

1 tsp vanilla

2 cups peanut butter

2.     Add to sugar and blend well.

4 cup quick oatmeal

2 tsp baking soda

3.     Mix together in a separate bowl.

1 cup raisons

1 cup dark chocolate chips

½ cup sunflower seeds

½ cup oatmeal

4.     Mix together in a separate bowl.

 Add half of 3 then 4 then remaining 3 to the mixture from 1 and 2.

I use the dough hook for the last step, as this is a “BIG” recipe.

 
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