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Bev's Chocolate Chip Cookies

Spring 2004, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004), July/August 2012

Your rating: None Average: 4 (1279 votes)

EatingWell reader Beverley Sharpe of California contributed this recipe. She updated a favorite treat by cutting back on sugar and incorporating whole grains. To increase protein, she replaces the rolled oats with 1 cup almond meal.



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176 Reviews for Bev's Chocolate Chip Cookies

06/12/2011
Not my favorite

These were quick to mix up and easy to bake however I prefer softer cookies.

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kristenlang93 wrote 3 years 31 weeks ago

If you use more oats, they are softer in the center :)

06/08/2011
The best healthier version of a classic

I printed this recipe because of the vast # of reviews. I have to throw my thoughts into the mix as well. I absolutely love these cookies. They are the only whole wheat cookie I've been able to honestly say I love. In fact, I'd take these over a classic chocolate chip cookie, and that's saying something (I am a true sweets addict, and I have a hard time with "healthified" baked goods). Perfect cookie.

delicious, awesome texture, bakes beautifully
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05/28/2011
Easy Homemade Taste!

My husband is a cookie monster, but is very picky. We are trying to make healthier choices and this seemed like a good idea for us. We tried them and they tasted like my mother's homemade cookies! We will never buy store made cookies or dough again! AWESOME!

Fast and Easy to Make and Taste DELICIOUS
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05/25/2011
Surprisingly Tasty!

I was surprised by how tasty these were! This is probably about as healthy as you can get them, so I'll be sticking with this recipe. I didn't give it 5 stars, because only my favorite Alton Brown recipe gets 5 stars. :)

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04/12/2011
Incredible!!!

Move over Tollhouse....This is my new favorite recipe. These are delicious. :)

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