10 recipes for lean cookies that can not be distinguished from ordinary

1. Oatmeal lean cookies with nuts and dried apricots

Ingredients

100 g dried apricots;

50 g of walnuts;

200 g of oatmeal;

80 g of coconut sugar or other sweetener;

70–80 ml of water;

1 tablespoon of honey;

½ teaspoon of soda;

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Greek lean pastry – 6 delicious recipes

Lemon Lean Pie with Greek Raisins and Nuts

This tasty and simple Greek pie is prepared without eggs, but there are a lot of nuts, raisins and spicy additives in it that permeate the dough with amazing flavors and add the taste of the holiday to baking!

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Craving for sweets. How to reduce the consumption of sugar and what to replace?

On the table is a bar of chocolate. A person is not hungry, but imagining how chocolate melts in his mouth, he feels his mouth fill with saliva – there is a craving for sweets and now his hand reaches for the dark brown tile. How does this indescribable craving for sweets arise? There are several reasons. First, a person can not do anything about it, because the preference for sweet is natural – even newly born babies respond to a sweet liquid with a smile.

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Buckwheat flour cookies

These cookies, in general, were intended mostly by the child, since Purchased options for baby cookies seem to me a little useful and sweetened. But it turned out that the parents of this child, i.e. we not only made him a company, but also ate most of the cooked cookies. It is understandable, too interesting is obtained from the baking taste.

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Buckwheat Cookies without sugar

1 medium carrot (as an option you can do with a pumpkin, about 250 g)

3/4 tbsp. pitted raisins

1 tbsp. applesauce (about 200 g)

2 tbsp.  vegetable oil

1/2 tsp soda

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Mini cinnabon cookies

Today`s post gonna be about one of myfavorite thing, I love cinnamon buns and cookies, I would say, anythingwith that)

Today is a wonderful sunny day,so we decidedto walk at the seaside with a little snack) We had a nice herbal tea and these cookies were perfect match)

Dough:

Egg 1 pc.

Cottage cheese briquette 120 g

Flour whole wheat 80 g

Flour from rice 60 g

Baking powder 1/2 tsp

Sweetener to taste (i have coconut sugar 2 tsp)

Filling:

Butter 40g

Cinnamon 2 tsp

Ginger powder 1 tsp

Sweetener to taste (i have coconut sugar 1 tsp)

Fudge:

Powdered milk 3 tbsp

Liquid milk 2 tbsp

Sweetener to taste (i have coconut sugar 1 tsp)

1. Ingredients for the dough mix and leave in the cold for 30 minutes.

2. For the filling, melt the butter, add the remaining ingredients, mix.

3. Roll out a layer of dough 0.5 cm thick, brush with a filling with a brush.

4. Twist the roll, cut into pieces 4-5cm (get 10 pieces).

5. Bake for 20 minutes at 190 ’.

6. Mix all the ingredients for fudge.

7. Drizzle fondant warm cookies.