How to make it

  • Get a medium mixing bowl and mix everything together
  • Get your cookie sheet and take spoonfuls of the dough and lay it on there.
  • Heat your oven to 350 F and cook about 12-17 mnutes.

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  • CrystalAanensen 7 years ago
    these were effing amazing. THANKS.
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  • jenn9075 8 years ago
    used the walden peanut butter turned out wonderful ty just what I was craving
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    lowcarblindsey ate it and said...
    I was really craving something sweet and I came across your recipe. I decided to make it because it was quick and easy and I happened to have all of the ingredients on hand. I absolutely love this recipe! I will definitely make it again. :-) Thanks for sharing it!
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    " It was excellent "
    ciderappple ate it and said...
    nummy, nummy - I make this for the family alot as awell - and eat the lot of it ! ;)
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  • birdy 11 years ago
    These are good. I've had the recipe in my files for several years.

    Just remember, especially if you are a diabetic like me that Splenda's "Brown Sugar" IS really brown sugar and is NOT good for us who can't eat sugar.

    I like to use Diabetes Sweet Brown sugar. Substitute Diabetes Sweet "brown sugar" 1/4 cup with 3/4 cup the Splenda would be sufficient.
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  • geekbreath 11 years ago
    This is an awesome recipe and helped me lose weight. I would advise using 1/3 cup of splenda brown sugar instead of the 1 cup of sugar substitute it does have 'some' sugar in it but I found it added a lot of flavour and curbed all my cravings. Oh and using parchment paper helps too!
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