What are some really healthy, low calorie, and low fat cookies or bars?

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I just need some low calorie, or low fat, or low sugar cookies and bars. any recipes?
I mean recipes that I can make

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  1. Vegan_Mom says:

    This is the banana chocolate chip cookie recipe I use:

    ~~ I use all whole wheat flour (which I use for all of my baking)
    ~~ Apple sauce for the margarine (apple sauce is a good replacer for margarine and oil in recipes)
    ~~ 10 packets (or two one-eighth cups) of Sugar in the Raw (the bananas and the chocolate chips make them plenty sweet)
    ~~ I use more than one banana as it just one is too dry. The other day I used about six, partially to use them up, however, more bananas mean more cookies, too. :-D
    ~~ I try and use just a half bag of Trader Joe’s semi-sweet chocoalte chips (we also buy the Kroger store brand, but we like the TJ’s better), but my two-year-old was helping me and somehow, the whole bag went in. :-D

    My banana bread recipe:

    ~~ Again, I use all whole wheat flour
    ~~ I just dump in the cinnamon to taste; One teaspoon didn’t seem to be enough
    ~~ Again, I just use about ten packets of Sugar in the Raw. With the bananas it is plenty sweet.
    ~~ I usually use more than three bananas. Again, that means more batter, but I just make banana muffins with the extra.
    ~~ If I need any liquid, I use filtered water
    ~~ I omit the chocolate chips becuase we usually have the cookies, too. Also, we’re just not into nuts in our banana bread.

    Sites like VegWeb and other vegan sites are good starts for recipes like this. The “Vegetarian Times” site has options from which you can choose as well. (Some of the other sites, like All Recipes do, too.) Even sites like “Fitness”, “Shape” “Prevention” (they have a section on diabetes), and “Self”, etc. have good or decent recipe sites.

    I hope this has been of some help.

  2. Blue Heart says:

    3 tbsp. oil
    3/4 c. sugar
    1 egg
    2 tbsp. milk
    1/4 tsp. butter extract
    2 tsp. vanilla extract
    2 tsp. orange extract
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1 tsp. baking powder
    1 c. all purpose flour
    1/2 c. whole wheat flour
    Preheat oven to 350 to 375 degrees. Spray baking sheets with non-stick cooking spray. Mix all dry ingredients. Mix all liquid ingredients. Combine. Mix thoroughly. Drop from teaspoon 1″ apart on the baking sheet. Bake about 8 minutes until delicately browned. Watch closely or they will burn! Remove from oven, sprinkle with sugar if desired.

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