How can these cookies be listed as "healthy"? Just because a cookie is low fat, doesn't mean it is healthy. 2 1/4 cups of sugar is awful for anyone, and the white flour adds to the unhealthy quality of the cookie. This is not a recipe where "good taste meets good health."
Chewy Chocolate Cookies
From EatingWell: February/March 2005
We can't resist big, soft, fudgy cookies, like those found in glass jars on bake-shop counters. These freeze exceptionally well-layer them in a freezer-safe container between sheets of wax paper; thaw 15 minutes at room temperature before serving.
17 Reviews for Chewy Chocolate Cookies
These cookies are not in any way low-carb, nor diabetic appropriate. I am disappointed in the total lack of attempt to modify this recipe, as well as its low-carb classification. Way too high in sugar for diabetics, and far too high in both processed flours & sugars to be classified as low-carb. Eating Well is usually much better about this!
These cookies are so delicious. The best part for me is that the cookie is so soft but also has a little crunch on the top layer. The other best part is that there's hardly any fat and they are low in calories so I didn't feel guilty or full. My kids love them too. I halved the recipe so I couldn't eat too many; very easy to do. I don't have a lot of patience for complicated recipe's, so this recipe's simplicity is an added bonus.
I will not be trying these, too much sugar! How can they only be 60 calories each with all that sugar???