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Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies
      #44159 - 02/10/04 01:49 PM
Kree

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Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies
(Makes 25-30 cookies... I got 31!)

I can't believe these are low fat. They have a great consistency and flavor!

1/4 cup dairy-free margarine, softened
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup molasses
2 egg whites or 1/4 cup Egg Beaters
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 3/4 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup oats, uncooked
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger

1. Cream margarine; gradually add sugar, beating at medium speed of an electric mixer until well blended.
2. Add molasses, egg whites and vanilla; beat well.
3. Combine flour and next 5 ingredients in a medium bowl, stirring mixture well.
4. Gradually add flour mixture to creamed mixture, mixing well to combine.
5. Drop dough by level tablespoonfuls, 2 inches apart, onto cookie sheets coated with cooking spray.
6. Bake at 350 for 12-13 minutes or until very lightly browned.
7. Cool slightly on cookie sheets.
8. Remove from cookie sheets and cool completely on wire racks.

Adapted slightly from a recipe by Chris from Kansas at www.recipezaar.com

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #44195 - 02/10/04 04:10 PM
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Molasses cookies remind my of my grandmother. I love them. Thanks for the recipe. I know we will have to make them soon.

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #46499 - 02/25/04 06:07 AM
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I just made these last night. Too wonderful, although I think I cooked them for a bit too long. Are they supposed to be just on the edge of crunchy - or are they supposed to be cruncy? All in all they taste great. Couldn't wait to sample one! Thanks.

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #46506 - 02/25/04 07:24 AM
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I'm glad you liked them djw! They came out pretty crunchy for me too, more than I expected... but they were still nice and chewy in the middle. I bet they would be a little chewier if you cooked them a minute or two less.

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Yeah, mine were more chewy than crunchy - just perfect! -nt- new
      #46575 - 02/25/04 12:05 PM
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EH? new
      #46587 - 02/25/04 01:05 PM
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Okay, wait a minute here ... I thought the recipe in the Feb. newsletter and this one were the same recipe?

So how do I get them crunchy if I don't want them chewy? I just bake them longer? How much longer? I want CRUNCH!

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Crunch! new
      #46591 - 02/25/04 02:21 PM
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Lol, Bev, you're so funny. I baked mine for the 12-13 minutes and they were just starting to get crunchy, so maybe if you let them get a little brownier they'll be even crunchier??

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soy margarine?? new
      #46612 - 02/25/04 05:15 PM
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Can you buy spectrum at regular grocerie stores? Or is that one you get at a health food store? What ones are the best to use?

Thanks! I think I'll make these tomorrow!

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Soy Garden new
      #46617 - 02/25/04 05:53 PM
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Steph, Heather turned me on to Soy Garden, and I'm so grateful. It's HEAVENLY! The best thing about it is that it's non-hydrogenated, it's a healthy margarine. Okay, so it's still 100% fat, and ya still gotta use it sparingly, but it's SOOOO yummy and tastes like real butter more than any other I've ever tasted.

It's also delightful to cook with. I love the stuff.

You have to get it at the health food store, though, so when we drive down there I stock up. Give it a try!

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #46677 - 02/26/04 07:49 AM
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Thanks! There definitely a keeper. And what a coincidence to see them featured in Heather's newsletter. I'll be making them again, for sure. Keep up the great work!!

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #46717 - 02/26/04 11:21 AM
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Thanks! I was very pleasantly surprised to see them in the newsletter too!

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JUST MADE Oatmeal Molasses Cookies WANNA SEE? new
      #46784 - 02/26/04 04:13 PM
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They are still warm...and oh so yummy!! Thanks Kree....



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Great picture! new
      #46788 - 02/26/04 04:27 PM
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You're welcome, Shell. What an awesome picture! Do you have a digital camera?

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Re: Great picture! new
      #46790 - 02/26/04 04:29 PM
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yeppers.... just thought it would be fun to show everyone

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Very fun! -nt- new
      #46793 - 02/26/04 04:36 PM
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Great Goin', Shell! new
      #46819 - 02/26/04 06:21 PM
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Shell, they look great. Did they come out CRUNCHY?

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Warm vs Cooled new
      #46846 - 02/26/04 08:00 PM
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a little crunchy on the outside (but a good kind of chunchy) and the inside was nice and soft but still have texture to it....

The 1st one I ate was still warm... just a sec...let me bite into another one.........

UUUmmmm.... SO GOOD... still a little crunchy..but I THINK maybe it sofened a little?? Funny... I can taste raisin but there are non in there....

Shane's Review:
Q: What did you think about them?
A: I ate about 6 of them

Q: Should I add anything next time?
A: Yes, more cookies!


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Question about the cookies new
      #46873 - 02/27/04 05:49 AM
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Can I substitute oil OR a mixture of oil and applesauce for the soy margarine (as I cannot get any here)?

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Subs new
      #46879 - 02/27/04 06:31 AM
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I think you can sub oil, it just might change the texture slightly. I don't think I'd use any applesauce, though, because that would make them very different... much cakier. Although I suppose anything is worth trying! I actually don't use soy margarine either, I use Fleischmann's unsalted... it's dairy-free, but it's not non-hydrogenated, so admittedly it's not as heart-healthy. I've been meaning to try the soy margarine. So you can't get it anywhere in your area? That's a bummer!

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Re: Subs new
      #46890 - 02/27/04 08:07 AM
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I used Spectrum (non-hydrogenated soy margarine)

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Re: Warm vs Cooled new
      #46892 - 02/27/04 08:14 AM
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Quote:

Shane's Review:
Q: What did you think about them?
A: I ate about 6 of them

Q: Should I add anything next time?
A: Yes, more cookies!





LMBO! You and your hubby are TOO cute, Shell!

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Re: Warm vs Cooled new
      #46907 - 02/27/04 09:00 AM
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I agree! Your hubby's comments gave me a good laugh, Shell.

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Re: Warm vs Cooled new
      #46908 - 02/27/04 09:01 AM
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He is a funny guy!! I ate two more after that post.....

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Re: Subs -Thanks! new
      #46978 - 02/27/04 12:30 PM
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I will look for the dairy free marg (unfortunatly, no soy butter here!) Thanks, if I am brave I will attempt to experiment.

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #46987 - 02/27/04 01:39 PM
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Just made these!! They are really good! Makes my whole house smell good too!

Do we know about how much fat is in these?

Thanks Kree!!!

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Hey Steph! Did They Come Out Crunchy?!? - nt new
      #46990 - 02/27/04 02:12 PM
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Re: Hey Steph! Did They Come Out Crunchy?!? - nt new
      #46991 - 02/27/04 02:19 PM
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Hey Bev,
Yes they came out crunchy!! Very yummy! Have you made them yet? You should, they are so easy and good!

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Okay, Steph, If You Say So! -- nt new
      #46997 - 02/27/04 02:52 PM
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I need to make more, these are great to help keep us regular -- nt new
      #47128 - 02/28/04 09:30 PM
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LOL! An added benefit for those of us who are C, eh? -nt- new
      #47161 - 02/29/04 09:14 AM
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Slight Crunch! new
      #47164 - 02/29/04 09:34 AM
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Yep, they come out slightly crunchy around the edges. Very good. We have a winner here. Four Yummies.

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #47193 - 02/29/04 12:42 PM
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Thanks so much, Kree, for this recipe. It is awsome! I found some lactose free margarine (fleichman's) and made them. They are not going to last long between me and my boyfriend. Mmmm mmm good.

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Hey, These Really DO Clean You Out! Yowza! -- nt new
      #47224 - 02/29/04 04:37 PM
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LMAO @ Bevers-- nt new
      #47237 - 02/29/04 05:30 PM
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Re: Hey, These Really DO Clean You Out! Yowza! -- nt new
      #47255 - 02/29/04 08:22 PM
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Yeah BEV!! I agree...we found a new cure for C!!! Kree you did good by us!! (well for all of us with c)!!

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And a nice heads-up for those of us who aren't! -nt- new
      #47270 - 03/01/04 07:30 AM
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LOL new
      #47276 - 03/01/04 07:46 AM
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Lol... glad my cookies could be so helpful. Who'd have thought??

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Loved them Kree!! new
      #47412 - 03/02/04 04:17 AM
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I made these last night and my family loved them. I told my husband the cookies are low fat and he gave me that look -"you did something new again". He loved them!!

Once again the boys in my house loved your recipe.

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I'm A Bad Girl new
      #47439 - 03/02/04 08:20 AM
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Like you, Barbara, I loved them too. But I did a terrible thing. I put them all away in the cookie jar. Now, normally that would make sense. But in this case, no. You see, that cookie jar is ALWAYS empty. I knew hubby wouldn't look there. I was saving them all for myself.

I felt so guilty, so selfish, so horrible, I couldn't stand it -- so last night I told hubby where the cookies were.

Now they're almost all gone.

It's okay, I'll just have to make more, right?

I feel much better now after confessing.

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Re: I'm A Bad Girl new
      #47460 - 03/02/04 09:40 AM
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You are TOO funny Bev! Sounds like something I would do. I have got to try these cookies since everyone is raving about them.

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #47486 - 03/02/04 11:17 AM
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We are having a pot luck at work and I was not sure what to bring, but after reading all the reviews I cannot wait to bring these babies.
thanks

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I'm so glad, Barb! -nt- new
      #47494 - 03/02/04 11:39 AM
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Re: I'm A Bad Girl new
      #47496 - 03/02/04 11:41 AM
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Bev, when there are only certain things you can eat I see nothing wrong with saving them for yourself, lol. I think it was very thoughtful of you to tell your hubby at all. I don't know that I would have.

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Too funny Bev! new
      #47612 - 03/02/04 03:34 PM
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My kids and hubby polished the rest after school today.

Like you I was being Miss Piggy!! For the first time in months I ate three cookies in one sitting. The cookies are low fat, healthy and yummy - I just couldn't resist.

Thumbs up to Kree again.

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did we ever figure out the fat content? Just wondering! NT new
      #47617 - 03/02/04 03:44 PM
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Fat content new
      #47622 - 03/02/04 04:33 PM
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Steph, I didn't analyze it myself, but the original recipe was only 20% fat, and that's before I changed the egg to only egg whites!

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Kree these are too good! new
      #47707 - 03/03/04 09:20 AM
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Kree, I still have some of these from the other day when I made them! They stay fresh for a long time! I just love them! So yummy! I cant stop eating them! Already had 3 and its only 10:20 am...oh NO! I better stop!

Thanks again for such a yummy cookie! I've got to take some to my mom...she'll love them!

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Re: Kree these are too good! new
      #47759 - 03/03/04 12:51 PM
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Steph, you're so welcome! It's official, I need to bake up another batch really soon. All this talk about them makes me want them again... now!!

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Turns Out You Were Right, Kree! new
      #48420 - 03/05/04 07:35 PM
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You said, "When there are only certain things you can eat I see nothing wrong with saving them for yourself . . . it was very thoughtful of you to tell your hubby . . . I don't know that I would have."

Tonight I thought it might be nice to have a cookie with my acacia tea. I went to the cookie jar and they were all gone. Every last one. Hubby's excuse was, "Well, you told me to have some -- you said to help myself." GRRRRR.

I smiled sweetly and looked into his eyes and said, very softly, "yes, dear, and next time I make them don't bother looking anywhere for them," as I kissed him on the cheek.

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Aww! new
      #48426 - 03/05/04 08:14 PM
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Aww! Poor Bev. You were being so nice too! Your hubby sounds like my father. If he likes something, no matter how much you make it will be gone within a day. The man has no restraint. He actually had the nerve to tell my mother and me to stop buying candy because he couldn't stop eating it! Oy. So instead I just moved it into a secret stash in my room. I suppose you'll have to do that with the cookies too. Bummer that you didn't have one for your bedtime snack though!

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Yum, Yum, Yum!!!! new
      #69914 - 05/12/04 04:17 PM
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I just made these again!!! I love them!

Thanks again for the great recipe Kree!

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Re: Yum, Yum, Yum!!!! new
      #69994 - 05/12/04 08:31 PM
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Hehe. You're welcome.

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Kree, I just FINALLY made these tonight. new
      #223346 - 11/05/05 05:43 PM
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These are so good...very yummy!!! Hubby loves them also. He thinks they should be one of the Christmas cookies I make this year.

It's so nice to have a really good and safe cookie recipe. Thanks!

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WWWooohhhooo...can't wait...cuz... new
      #223348 - 11/05/05 06:00 PM
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This is what Marguerite is bringing for.... IBS Safe Cookie/Recipe Exchange Party

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Re: Subs new
      #223365 - 11/06/05 06:45 AM
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I think this EB margarine sounds good for cooking, and it's non-dairy. I have to adhere to a low-cholesterol/fat diet.

Earth Balance® Natural Buttery Sticks
First Non-Hydrogenated Stick Butter Replacement

* Non-Hydrogenated
* No Trans-Fatty Acids
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* All Non-GMO Ingredients
* Certified Kosher
* No Gluten, No Dairy
* No Artificial Anything
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Earth Balance® brings to the natural market the world's first buttery stick butter replacement with no hydrogenation, no trans fatty acids and no dietary cholesterol. New Buttery Sticks™ is a truly innovative food development at its very best. Now you can replace butter's dietary cholesterol and high saturated fat with a healthier product for spreading and all your cooking and baking needs. Convenient. Each cube equals half-cup butter replacement.

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      #223820 - 11/08/05 06:18 PM
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I made these tonight and I was wondering is the dough suppose to be really crumbly? I just formed it with my hands and baked them and they came out really good! I just wondered if the dough should have been so dry and crumbly?

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #223821 - 11/08/05 06:47 PM
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I haven't made these since last year and I honestly don't remember! I think it was very stiff, but I don't know about crumbly. Anyone else?

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Re: Lower Fat Oatmeal Molasses Cookies new
      #223845 - 11/09/05 03:22 AM
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When I made them the other day, it was very stiff, but not crumbly.

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