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Old 12-30-2010, 01:47 PM   #16
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These are my favorite whole food cookies (I use butter since the fake stuff is, well, fake) http://www.kripalu.org/article/551#vegan
Kripalu's Almond Butter Oatmeal Cookies. And if one or two falls off the pan and crumbles, it is a great addition to your oatmeal.

I usually make them quite small, so they have about 95 calories each. And then I usually eat too many of them.
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I'm surprised I didn't see anything listed. Add one tablespoon wheat gluten per cup of WW flour to help it rise more.
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Thank you so much for this link. This blog is amazing. So many great food ideas!!
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Prunes are meant to be decent fat substitutes as well. I worked out how to make a fantastic chocolate prune cake that year I was gluten-free (I'm also vegan), and it didn't have much added fat in it. Of course, I still need to stay off that sort of thing these days, I'm small enough that I don't have the calories to spare for desserts apart from fruit.
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