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  1. 103 Hottest Holiday Cookies
  2. Chewy Gingersnaps and 40 Holiday Cookie Recipes
  3. Maple-Walnut Spice Cookies
  4. Candied Ginger & Sea Salt Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies are so easy to make and the taste and texture is absolutely divine! Thanks for this awesome recipe! Thanks for this decadent recipe!! On the second time as well I just mashed everything in a bowl with a spoon Sooooo quick and good! Im always going to make a double batch now: The dates fused my blender! They were so cookie-like it was unreal and my gluten intolerant and vegan friends really enjoyed them too, thankyou! I used my blender too, and I had issues with the dates on my first batch. But with the second and third batches, I blended the banana and the dates together instead of dates first then banana.

These cookies are awesome! I have been eating them spread with Almond Joy butter and they are simply delish! I finished the last of my batch this morning so will have to make some more. When there is a will there is a way!!!


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I was just hoping someone could tell me how long these could keep for approx? My husband and I are researching healthy snacks to make for Christmas tomorrow. Would you mind if I shared your blog on my own blog? I can share that address with you if you likel. These came out amazing!!!!!!!! Added some dairy free chocolate chunks! I made these today, and they turned out great! These turned out great!

I love the combination of dates, bananas and I used peanut butter. These will be great as energy bars as well. Definitely a keeper — thank you! I love your website! In my family, there are 2 vegans, 1 vegetarian, and 3 meat eaters one GF. Sometimes it is hard to make cookies like that. Being a vegan, not many recipes are compatible. I made three batches. One I sent as a thank you, one I brought to class, and the other I baked for my family.

I absolutely love them. Might be because I used an entire vegan chocolate bar in the recipe. SO much chocolate but no regrets. All the college kids I gave them to said they were good. My family and my boyfriend were less impressed. I give this recipe a big thumbs up though. I found these cookies today and bought all the ingredients tonight.

Making them as we speak. This is my first try at vegan cookies. Hopefulky I do them correctly. But, dates are really expensive where I live. Is there something that I could easily replace them with? Thanks for your amazing site! I am from Singapore. I always wanted to bake cookies for my mum as she has some health issues and Dr advised her to avoid egg and many others. Her diet must include lots of grain. I saw ur website and I simply love it. Will try the above. May I know when do u need to add them in as I don see it in your procedure.

Once again, thank u for sharing your recipe. This is the third recipe of yours that I have tried. Today is my second time with these cookies. I love all of your recipes. I cannot wait to read the Detox Guide!


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  4. These cookies were amazing!!!!!! I have recently been diagnosed with interstitial cystitis which has made my diet very limited. But these cookies for my diet and taste amazing! I had great success with your banana bread the other weekend, however these cookies came out terribly for me, such a shame as I was craving a sweet treat this evening! To make up for the coconut and its dryness i added some extra mashed banana. Not sure if you have any other suggestions?

    I just made these delicious cookies. I could not find dates at my local grocery store so I used pitted prunes instead. They are just amazing and taste sooooooo good. Thanks for this wonderful recipe. I have one question on the almond meal, do you buy that or make your own by blending up in a food processor or grinder? I will be spending a lot of time on your site…thank you! Do you think if I substituted with peanut butter, the flavor would be overpowering?

    Could I use coconut butter? Do you think this would work with a Vitamix? Yum, these look amazing! I always have tons of almond okara from making almond milk… and so I was wondering if you thought this recipe would work with okara instead of regular dry almond meal? I sooo want to make these cookies they look so delicious. I cannot eat nuts though, is there something i could substitute the almond meal with? I was thinking substituting the almond butter with sunflower seed butter but I am not sure about the almond meal.

    There are 2 of us in the house. The cookies are nearly gone today. Needless to say these are addictive and divine. Dana, you leave me breathless…. I added chia seeds and raisins…sooo good! Love this easy recipe…perfect for after a work out or run. It turns out I am Really intolerant to almonds, and while switching from almond to rice milk has been easy, there are a lot of recipes that call for almond meal and almond flour — what are good substitutes for these?

    I went home a tad mad. While I was looking for a spoon I found a…. So after we finished grating it up I preheated the oven, this is the best part. My flipping oven was on fire: But it seems you do indeed still need a food processor. I left dates in warm water for 20 mins and still could not get them to the right consistency. They were still very hard.

    Trying the baking ones now but need assistance. Does anyone know how I should adjust the baking time if I am using a fan forced oven temperature and time? Thank you so much for this recipe. I have been looking for substitute cookie recipe since changing diet to healthy eating…this ticks all the boxes.. Perfect with glass of oat milk for supper. These cookies look delicious!

    Unfortunately my husband is allergic to bananas. Do you think they would be ok without the bananas or do you recommend a substitution for the bananas? I made these for the guys at the fire station today. I subbed out almond meal for some walnuts I ground into a meal and used peanut butter instead of almond butter.

    Also we did not have dates but we had raisins so I soaked a cup of raisins instead. They came out awesome. I love your blog! The photos are enough to convince me to get up and make something delicious! Also, the positive and enthusiastic tone in your writing makes it a good read anytime — I have found myself going to your website and reading up recipes when I cant sleep: I tried this particular recipe without the bananas and with some ground ginger and the biscuits were delicious!

    Build your village to fend off raiders, battle towards hundreds of thousands of gamers worldwide, and forge a powerful clan with others to destroy enemy clans. These cookies are perfect! Chewy with crisp edges, savory, sweet and a chocolate fix. I had to make an effort to share them with my children or I would have eaten them all myself: I just made these as a Christmas treat for a choose vegan friend and her family. The batter is quite sticky- and the author notes this. I added almond meal, but discovered a good trick to mitigate stickiness! Get a separate bowl and dump a bit of almond meal in the bowl, dunk your hands in, and then grab the balls of dough before setting on the baking sheet and roll them in almond meal.

    Then form the little disks. I also out a square of dark chocolate in the center of each one and mixed unsweetened coconut flakes in- delicious!! Thanks for the recipe!! My family lovessss these cookies. I experimented with making my own almond butter. I accidentally burnt the almonds in the oven so I started over using a smaller amount just in case.

    So my dough actually came out prefect. I divided it into threes. While it baked I melted some milk Chocolate. Drizzled well iced half of the cookies. So as my small tester these cookies were amazing. My household keeps thanking me so I had to come thank you. I will be recreating these for sure. I loved these cookies! The first batch I used choc chips. I was diagnosed 2nd time with a nasty cancer in October. Hoping to beat this bugger! These cookies are fabulous! And OK for me to eat!

    Hope you enjoy these cookies! Would I be able to use a blender instead? They turned out great! This is by far my favorite recipe. They were extremely easy to make and soooooo delicious. Even the toughest critic my Dad fell head over heels in dessert love! I really want to try these cookies but I do not have a food processor. How would I go about this? Am I missing it, or is there not an oven temperature in the recipe? My Family and I are on a 21 day Daniel fast and this helped so much with the cravings.

    Do you have an idea of how long they will keep? I would like to ship them as a gift. Great recipe, thank you! Hi there, First comment here! For the first try from the blog, youhou! I just made a batch and they turned out delicious! Thanks a lot for the recipe. Also I choose peanut butter. Just one question, I feel like the banana overtakes all other flavors, I can barely taste the peanut butter, and my banana was not even ripe.

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    They were simple to make and great tasting! Just what I was looking for, thank you. Great but the dates really overcome the taste of the cookies.. Can I substitute or leave out the oats for this recipe? I have everything else at hand!

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    Thanks for continuing to make great food! I found pre-chopped dates, dumped them in a large measuring cup with water, nuked it for a minute or two water was already hot and then added them. They had already been sitting in hot water for maybe 4 minutes but I was trying to expedite the soaking up of water.

    Then I used a cookie scoop small size for making little balls made it much easier than forming with two spoons or hands and pushed a few pieces of dark choc from trader joes into the top of the cookie to press it into a somewhat disk shape. The last will correspond to the best of the two. Got chopped dates at the local higher end grocery store and the almond meal the same. They worked tho so whatever. Ok, 2nd batch with 18 min on a small cookie scoop amount worked best. They look pretty amazing like little gems.

    Chewy Gingersnaps and 40 Holiday Cookie Recipes

    Not that hard since you can put them into the food processor. I hope everyone tries it. I was contemplating adding vanilla extract or almond extract to change it too. A very versatile cookie! Thanks again from a former cookies from packages addict looking for healthier options. Oats are inherently gluten free, but they are often processed in facilities that also process grains that do contain gluten.

    You can buy gluten free oats that meet cross-contamination standards. Hi, it sounds like the perfect recipe for my boyfriends parents. Since, that parcel has to go abroad I wanted to know how long they stay okay. Do they dry out? Also very easy with only a handful of ingredients that I usually have in my kitchen anyways. Thank you for the recipe. I will definitely be making again. These are so good!! I added shredded coconut and dried cranberries and it was delicious. Definitely making them again!

    I live in India and almond butter is next to impossible to source. Can I make it with almonds. My daughter and I are allergic to peanut butter so we have to make it wit the almond butter only unless there is another alternate. I also added 3 tablespoons of Beef gelatine because I am trying to add more of gelatine in my diet to help correct some digestion issues THE Point being they turned out really really well and are very satisfying.

    I added a pumpkin spice mix so they have great flavour. Thanks again for this super flexible cookie! My 4yr old says you are beautiful and that is why we should make your cookies. Good enough for me? I might have used to many dates since I just eyed what 1 cup might look like: I also added a spoonful of peanut butter Dark chocolate chunks And organic blue berries.

    Oven for 15 minutes. I ate all of them. Going to make more. Not going to share. I love that they are sugar, salt, and baking soda free. Will be using this as my go to base recipe for cookies all the time!

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    I tried these cookies from a friend and decided to make my own since the ingredients are things I usually have in my kitchen. They were delicious the first time and even more so when I made them myself: I just want to include a brief comment to the folks who are having a hard time with dates without a food processor. There is such thing as pureed dates, which you can certainly find at Middle Eastern stores.

    I used half a cup with the puree and the taste is good enough for me. Since pureed dates come packaged, you will have some left over for more cookies. Thanks for the recipe and I look forward o trying more from this blog. Thanks for the great recipe as always: Making these cookies for the second time! Hi Anything else which can b added instead of banana..

    M vegan, diabetic so.. No bananas no sugar for me.. I used used a roasted sweet potato in place of the banana, and a combination of ground walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and roasted flax seeds in place of the almond meal. I added some dried cherries and pumpkin spice. I added an extra banana as I had two turning.

    Maple-Walnut Spice Cookies

    So added a handful more mixed oats and ground almonds. Also used a bar of dark chocolate. Sprinkled some sesame seeds on too before baking. I used dark chocolate peanut butter instead of almond butter and cos the rolled oats I could find was too big a package I used oat bran instead. Made little thumb sized coins and they turned out fine, dusted with the leftover ground almond I had and look great. But banana smell slightly stronger than expected. Go for 18 minutes if you want a crunchier crust.

    I was finding a vegetarian cookie as I was making them for my classmates, cos some are vegetarian, bringing it tomorrow for them to try. I made these tonight. No oil, no added sugar, GF, and delicious. Soaking the dates is a brilliant idea. So easy and yet sooooooo delicious! Every bite is such a treat! This will be my first cookie ever, but it already looked and tasted superb! I used Enjoy Life chocolate chips. Thanks for sharing this! This is such a cool method of making cookies — very forgiving of substitutions. I think of it more as a method than a recipe because it seems like you can sub different nut or seed meal and dry ingredients pretty easily.

    I was out of rolled oats, so I whizzed some dry quick-cook steel cut in the blender to make a course flour—again, the results were good. I subbed almond meal for desiccated coconut because thats what i had on hand and it worked out well. I also added ginger nutmeg and allspice Thank you!

    I guess the dates helps the cookies to stay soft. I add chocolate chips for crunchy texture. Thank you for the great recipe! I made these tonight as I had all the ingredients on hand. I mixed in some currants and they came out soooo yummy! My husband loved them, too! Will definitely be making these again! I have loved making so many of your delicious recipes!

    Do you know if it would be possible to swap the almond flour in this recipe for flax meal? Came across this recipe and HAD to try it! I did half with chocolate chips and half with blueberry jam in the center like a thumbprint style and they were delicious!!!!! Just tried this one. Any substitute for bananas. Secondly I was expecting a crunchy cookies, instead I got the soft cookies. What might have went wrong? Can I expect measurements in metric system? A fantastic, simple, easy to follow recipe. My colleagues adored them. Absolutely love your blog: I made a batch of them and between my husband and I they only lasted two days.

    Really hit the sugar-craving spot! Thank you Dana you legend!! Looks so delicious…wondering what can I substitute almond meal with please. Some family members are allergic to free but. These are sooo good! I added 2 tablespoons of ground flax seeds but other than that stuck to the recipe and they turned out delish.

    Perfect amount of sweetness love dates but no stomach ache from processed sugar, butter and flour. And perfect for me as a vegan…and guilt free! What more could you ask for?? I love a good textured cookie and these offer just that! I opted for black mission figs because my grocery did not have dates or prunes.

    But they were good once I added an extra helping of dark chocolate chip — yum! I just made these cookies this afternoon and they turned out so yummy!!!!

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    It was very hard to not eat them all in one sitting. Report back if you give it a try! I would think a grated apple or perhaps even pumpkin puree would work? I topped them with fresh berries and chocolate chips. Thanks for a great recipe: This recipe is fabulous for healthy snacking, but nothing is lost to taste.

    The combination of banana and dates works well to sweeten the dough. I did not add in extra almond meal or oats but scooped a sligthly wet mix onto the parchment sheet, and it gave a moist cookie that was delicious. Highly recommended for ease and taste. I used the food processor as recommended and would do so again. I will be making this for the sports enthusiasts in my social circle.

    Hi, just made these cookies. These look and sound terrific. Is there a way to make them have the gingerSNAP snap? I can see why these are such a hit. I love how yours look. Putting them on my list to make this week! I have given up buying generic butters because of the high water content. My mother used to buy packets of them too and we had a brand that was so fiery the roof of your mouth would be burning.

    I have slightly more restraint these days but the love remains! I have mostly used gingersnaps as a base for cheesecakes but think I like to try them as is. Thanks so much for the tips and the round up. These look absolutely delicious. I have never actually had a gingersnap. Will definitely be trying these. Well, it is so totally obvious I am going to bake more for myself only. So delicious, so chewy in the center.

    Thank you for getting this recipe from your friend and sharing it. It is going to the top of my list of favorites. Merry Christmas to you and your family, and that includes the sweetest 4-legged friend. How about freezing the balls of raw cookie dough to bake at a later time? Have you ever done this with your gingersnap cookies? I love soft ginger cookies and these look so good. One question, are they really calories per cookie? I would only be able to have a bite…but How they look I would never stop at one!!

    The recipe app must have given the calories for the whole batch! I have the perfect ones in mind, but these ginger snaps will be the perfect addition! I love ginger snaps, and these look absolutely fantastic. This gingerbread snaps look so good. I am a docent and volunteer in an old Victorian kitchen at State where we bake gingerbread cookies. I may use your recipe instead of the one I have. I will definitely make these. They look both tender and crunchy. Your email address will not be published. By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. I'm a skinny chick with a penchant for baking As a confident, self-taught baker, I have a plethora of knowledge to share. These chewy gingersnaps are a childhood favorite and my most requested recipe! Liz Berg Prep Time: Dessert, Cookies, Holiday Method: Instructions Cream mix together butter and brown sugar. Mix in molasses and egg till well combined. Stir in flour, baking soda, salt, ginger, cinnamon and cloves.

    Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and chill for at least an hour I usually chill overnight. Roll dough balls in sugar and place on parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 12 minutes. This post may contain affiliate links; view my Disclosure Policy for details. I earn a small percentage from any purchase you make by clicking on these links at no extra cost to you.

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