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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Clean Eat Recipe :: Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookies

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My favorite Sesame Street character was 'Cookie Monster.' I LOVED to watch him crumble up and devour his cookies in one fell swoop! Cookies make me happy, but too many cookies leave me bloated!  So, having this recipe to share with you REALLY makes me happy!

Oatmeal Cinnamon Raisin Cookies

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup No Sugar Added applesauce
2 egg whites
2 Tbsp water
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup raisins


Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with Parchment Paper (this is different than wax paper!)
2. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl using a spoon.
3. Spoon mixture onto lined baking sheet.
4. Bake for 15 minutes.

Makes 16 cookies.

Mets: (with Sucanat Sugar)
Calories - 87
Protein - 2g
Fat - 1g
Carbohydrates - 18g
Sugars - 8g
Sodium - 45mg

Calories - 72
Protein - 2g
Fat - 1g
Carbohydrates - 15g
Sugars - 4g
Sodium - 45g



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Happy Baking!
Tiffany

26 comments:

  1. Thank you thank you...so needed this recipe today!

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    1. You are so welcome! I hope you enjoyed them tonight!

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  2. Ahhhh these are my favorite type of cookies!! THANK YOU so much for the healthy recipe :]

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    1. Sure Monica! Let me know what you think!

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  3. Is it ok to eat raw eggwhites??

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    1. The egg whites in this recipe are cooked, but as long as they are pasteurized, they are fine. If you plan on eating them raw, I would suggest buying the pasteurized egg whites in the "milk" carton at your grocery store.

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  4. mmmm these were delicious! Thanks!

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    1. Hi Amanda! Thanks for trying them out! :-)

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  5. What other sweetener can you use?

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    1. You really can try any sweeteners. If you want to keep them clean, I would suggest trying sucanet, maple sugar flakes, demerara sugar, etc.

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    2. used whole grain buckwheat flour instead of pastry flour,,still delicious, and better for you, you can also use almond flour

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  6. You guys are great! I just made these and they were delicious!!! I did get 32 cookies out of the recipe so that was a bonus :)

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  7. mmm, can't wait to try! I love snickerdoodle's and m&m chocolate cookies...have no idea how to ever make them clean though!

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    1. Little B has a pretty good Snickerdoodle recipe! As for the M&Ms, I'm afraid I can't help you there!

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  8. Are these moist or crunchy? I'm looking for a cakes-type cookie! Thanks!

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    1. Claudia,

      These are actually fairly moist. They definitely don't have a crumbly texture to them. Keep in mind that the oatmeal that is "exposed" on the top does get a bit crunchy. I hope you like them!

      Tiffany

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  9. Would white whole wheat flour be okay to use instead of the pastry flour? I'm new to baking :)

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    1. Hello!
      Preferably, you would not want to use any "white" flours, as they are bleached from their original form (they should be brown). Try regular whole wheat flour if you can't find the whole wheat pastry flour.

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  10. Literally finished baking the recipe! I got the mom and dad approval. They love it and can't believe no butter, oil or milk was used. I'm trying to show my parents that you can eat healthy/clean without it tasting like cardboard. It's moist and almost taste like a warm granola bar. Thanks for the recipe! I'm new to this site as I found it on instagram about a week ago and love the support given on here!

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  11. I'm new to clean eating, and I'm also gluten free. What can I use instead of whole wheat flour?

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  12. Do these have to be kept in the fridge after cooking due to egg whites?

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  13. So are the macro nutrients listed for these per cookie? How many cookies in a serving? Thanks.

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  14. I made these today and they are SO good and I don't feel guilty! They were a hot with my kids as well. Thank you for the recipe!

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  15. Anything that can be used as a substitute for egg whites? I'm allergic to them, even the egg white substitute stuff. Any ideas or am I to remain cookie-less? :(

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  16. Can you use steel cut oats in this recipe?

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