These Good-For-You Choc-Oat-Chip Cookies are fun to make. Totally easy...totally tasty!
by D. Delores
, Killeen, TX on Apr. 2010
Thank goodness for this recipe,i had to substitute dark chocolate so i would not raise my gulcose levels and add a 1/4 cup of flour and this recipe is perfect for a any time snack or dessert,i take a 1/4 cup of dough use this limit and freeze the rest in 4ths and bake them as a single serving,works perfectly and very nutritous,Thanks again Nestle
awesome gone fast
by c. cheryl
, MISSION, BC on Mar. 2010
Great cookie, I used blueberry applesauce and chocolate chips. The applesauce keeps them healthier, moist and the blueberry flavor came through just a tad in the cookie. I may try a new flavor next. yummy cookies
choc oat cookies
by k. kristy
, moscow mills mo on Mar. 2010
i made these and added dried cranberries to them and my family loved them:)
Good Oatmeal Cookies
by C. Chrissy
, Littleton, CO on Mar. 2010
I made these yesterday and I liked them. I am used to oatmeal and raisin so these were a nice change. I used mini chocolate chips though and it felt like the chocolate was taking over the cookie. Maybe less next time.
Good For You Choc. Oat Chip Cookies
by M. Martha
, Branford, CT on Feb. 2010
So easy to make too!
Why is the cookie jar empty?
by R. Robert
, Compton, CA on Feb. 2010
I no sooner get a batch cooled and in the cookie jar, and then it seems like the jar is empty. They go real fast in my house!
Good-For-You -Choc-Oat-Chip Cookies
by G. Grace
, Iowa on Feb. 2010
I made a few changes in this recipe. I used sweetened cinnamon applesauce and reduced the brown sugar to 1 cup. Also I reduced the granulated
sugar to a 1/4 cup. They turned out good and tasted great. Always a favorite!
Easy to make
by R. Raymond
, WOOD DALE, IL on Feb. 2010
I love these
by T. Tish
, Collegeville, PA on Feb. 2010
Made these during our blizzard with my 3 year old--perfect for a snowy day! Easy and tasty and good for you! Highly recc. trying with kids!
Good-For-You Oatmeal Choc. Chip Cookies
by S. Susie
, Birmingham, MI on Feb. 2010
I made these for six kids. They liked these but still prefered to have their favorite chocolate chip cookies. They just can't seem to get enough of the original choc. chip cookies!!!
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