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  1. Hi, I made these cookies with no substitutes and they taste great, however, while they looked awesome and puffy while in the oven, then I took them out, they flattened completely. What could have gone wrong?

    • I’m so glad you enjoyed their flavor, Lisa! They naturally rise a tiny bit in the oven, but they’re supposed to mostly deflate and turn out flat. They should have a moist, chewy, fudgy brownie-like texture — so if that was the texture of your cookies, then you did nothing wrong! 🙂

  2. I love these!! These do not taste like any other healthy cookie recipe I’ve ever tried. They have a soft, moist texture and the perfect amount of sweetness. I plan on making these for my next family gathering and seeing if anyone realizes they are a healthy cookie. Thank you for sharing!5 stars

    • I’m so glad you loved these cookies, Erin! That’s such a huge compliment, if you’re already considering making them for a family gathering. I’m honored! Thank you for taking the time to let me know and rate the recipe too. It truly means a lot! 🙂

  3. Made these with a few modifications and they were great! Removed the hazelnuts, added in spices (cinnamon, garam masala, black pepper, cayenne), and made them pretty small (used 1 tbsp measure). Delicious spicy chocolate cookies, and perfectly sweet.5 stars

    • I really appreciate your interest in my recipe, Amelia! I actually recommend freezing the fully baked and cooled cookies instead; I’ve had much better results with doing that versus the raw dough. To thaw, I like to pop individual cookies in the microwave and reheat them using 30% power. They practically taste freshly baked when thawed like that, especially since the cookies are warmed all the way through and the chocolate chunks turn melty again!

      I’d love to hear what you think of these cookies if you end up making them! 🙂

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