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Preheat oven to 350°F degrees. Grease cookie sheet(s) with additional coconut oil. Set aside.

Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Mix the wet ingredients in separate bowl. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix until well combined.

Roll dough into small balls, flatten and place on prepared cookie sheets. Bake in preheated oven for 18-24 minutes. Remove from sheets to wire rack to cool.

You can also add raisins if you like.

Recipe submitted by Fran, Toronto, Canada

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sounds yummy! thanx
# Posted By sandi | 10/6/08 10:33 AM
I made this recipe for my kids! They said it was the best thing they have ever eaten!
# Posted By Ali | 11/20/09 4:45 PM
I want to try this one.
# Posted By Mona | 12/15/09 10:18 AM
These sound very good. Will have to have the grandkids over to help my make them.
# Posted By Lisa | 1/29/10 12:19 PM
shouldnt there be an egg in there
# Posted By sue | 10/8/10 4:14 PM
Sue: Nope! This is an egg free recipe; the water and syrup makes up for it.
# Posted By Sarah | 10/9/10 12:19 AM
ok... i made these cookies are they are like soup now on the cookie sheet ..... ??!?!
# Posted By Diane | 1/2/12 10:53 AM
Diane: Did you use all the correct measurements? Other people have made this and had it turn out great. Try adding more flour if it's liquidy.
# Posted By Sarah:) | 1/2/12 11:39 AM
These turned out super yummy! My husband even liked them (he normally doesn't care for whole wheat flour and "healthier" cookies). I made mine into 1 1/2 inch balls and found that cooking for 12 minutes was the right time for me and my oven. Will definitely make again!
# Posted By Erica | 1/8/12 4:57 PM
These were tasty but very dry. I also found they only took about 12 minutes to cook. I thought I'd try again adding more coconut oil and honey.
# Posted By Ruth | 1/19/12 11:47 PM
does anyone think these would be good without the chocolate chips? thnx.
# Posted By Teresa | 1/21/12 11:42 AM
Next time I make them, I was going to use raisins instead of cc. But they need something in them to sweeten them, so I wouldn't eliminate them otherwise.
# Posted By Erica | 1/21/12 3:22 PM
thnx Erica. sounds good.
# Posted By Teresa | 1/22/12 11:22 AM
How many cookies does this recipe make?
# Posted By Cheryl | 3/9/12 8:14 PM
I'm going to replace some of the oil with PB because I'm almost out of it. order has been recieved. next time I will follow it. or i could use coconut manna.
# Posted By Megan | 7/11/12 11:48 AM
After experimenting with my first batch...in which I used half whole wheat flour and half unbleached all-purpose flour (instead of the pastry flour which I did not have on hand), I found rolling into balls and baking 12 minutes worked great. When I flattened the balls they baked too quickly and ended up over baked and dry. Living in CO I also added at least 1/4 cup+ of flour. To me they tasted best the day after baking and every day thereafter were a great post-lunch treat for my bag lunches at work...YUM!
# Posted By Debbie | 11/11/12 5:27 PM
I just made these. I don't think I will make them again with whole wheat flour - the taste is too overwhelming. Plus I did have to add more oil. But I do like the idea of not using egg or baking powder like my old recipe. :-)
# Posted By K | 2/15/13 5:30 PM
This sounds so good. I didn't have chocolate chips, so I added cocoa powder and a little less flour instead. They are in the over right now; can't wait to taste!
# Posted By Lynda | 4/27/13 10:46 PM
I made the recipe using exact ingredients, all spelt flour and honey for sweetener. The cookies came out delicious, albeit a little dense. Mine took 15 minutes to cook to perfection. The aroma filled the house :)
# Posted By Gail | 3/3/14 10:48 AM

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