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SOOZERELLI SparkPoints: (53,255)
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6/21/11 8:17 P

I've had pretty good luck using coconut palm sugar with baking...It is lower on the glycemic scale and slightly less calories. I also like sucanat and agave nectar for sweeteners.

MAB34491 Posts: 8
6/7/11 11:38 P

Thanks, I'll try your tips.

AURORA629 Posts: 2,393
6/7/11 8:24 P

I had pretty good luck with the following healthier changes to cookie recipes:

Replace all purpose flour with white whole wheat flour (White, not traditional!!!)

Replace butter with 50-50 blend of fat free cream cheese and light butter (results in a 75% reduction in fat!) Note: This also works for frosting recipes

Replace eggs with equivalent amount of egg whites - I don't waste whole eggs, I get the cartoons of pure egg whites)

If recipe calls for nuts, chocolate chips, or small candies I agree with the spark article (half the amount)



MAB34491 Posts: 8
6/7/11 1:11 A

Thanks for the help. The article was really helpful.

CALAMITYJEN13 Posts: 150
6/6/11 4:27 P

MAB34491 Posts: 8
6/6/11 11:41 A

How toconvert old family recipes to healthier recipes with less sugar in them, especially chocolate chip cookies.

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