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Orange Spice Molasses Cookies

November/December 2009

Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (93 votes)

These spiced molasses cookies have added applesauce to help keep the cookies moist and whole-wheat flour and oats to incorporate whole grains.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is now my favorite all time cookie! I couldn't stop eating them! Thank you for the recipe, I love the orange/spice flavor!! "
Orange Spice Molasses Cookies

24 Reviews for Orange Spice Molasses Cookies

12/07/2010
Anonymous

This is now my favorite all time cookie! I couldn't stop eating them! Thank you for the recipe, I love the orange/spice flavor!!

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11/11/2010
Anonymous

These are amazing! Hard to believe the nutrition info once you taste them. The batter is not something you'll want to lick out of the bowl, but once baked, they are one of my favorite molasses cookies ever. I followed the recipe EXACTLY - cooking time and then cooling time as written yielded a perfectly soft, crumbly cookie. As others have said, the orange sugar makes them special. And I thought the amounts of spices were ideal as written, but then I used good quality and relatively fresh spices from Penzey's.

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10/07/2010
Anonymous

Made these cookies today. They are so tasty. My husband loves them. I posted them on my facebook page so others can try them. Dixie

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09/15/2010
Anonymous

Just tried these and they are delicious-hard to believe theyare so healthy.The orange sugar idea will be something to adapt for other recipes.loretta

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12/30/2009
Anonymous

I have made two batches of these heavenly delights and am now going to make batch three. These are the most delicious cookies I have ever had in my 73 years! If I were the judge I would have given these cookies the Grand Prize. I made all the winners and my family and friends voted Orange Spice Molasses cookies #1.

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