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Apple-Oatmeal Cookies

October 1998, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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These wholesome cinnamon-sugar-crusted apple-oatmeal cookies—without a gram of saturated fat—make snack time enjoyable for everybody.



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"I can't believe how sweet these are! There is almost no sugar in them, and I will probably make them with about 2/3 the brown sugar next time, and there will absolutely be a next time. For a healthy cookie, they are amazing. I didn't use...
Apple-Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

7 Reviews for Apple-Oatmeal Cookies

09/29/2013
Anonymous
Yummy, healthy snack

Worth noting that the batter seems too wet when placing it on the cookie sheet. Not to worry, these cookies come out nice and chewy and do indeed cook up in 10 - 12 minutes, desite the wetness!
Alo, we substituted the apple butter for apple sauce and had great success

Apple tasting, great way to use apples after apple picking
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10/07/2012
Anonymous
Kid-friendly cookies!

These cookies were scooped up very quickly by dad and kiddies! I used apple sauce instead of apple butter. I also used dried apples, apricots, and cranberries to make the cookies a little more colorful.

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10/06/2010
Anonymous

I can't believe how sweet these are! There is almost no sugar in them, and I will probably make them with about 2/3 the brown sugar next time, and there will absolutely be a next time. For a healthy cookie, they are amazing. I didn't use the dried fruit because I didn't have any. I used diced fresh apples, about 3/4 cup, and they are wonderful. Double or triple the cinnamon and vanilla, because that makes everything taste better. YUMTASTIC! Thanks for such an awesome recipe!

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01/26/2010
Anonymous

DELICIOUS!!!!! Must try!

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01/06/2010
Anonymous

Can't complain about a healthy cookie that tastes great too! I made the recipe just as stated except for the dried apple chunks. I'm not a fan of dried fruit, and I took a note from the other comment about the cookies having a strong apple flavor and decided to leave it out. I know it slightly cancels out the "healthy" aspect of the cookies, but I did throw in a very small handful of bittersweet chocolate chips in the last batch I baked. Yum. I might cut out a little of the brown sugar next time because they were slightly on the sweet side. Overall, very delicious! I will make them again and again!

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