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  1. Shari DeVoogd

    Can you skip or substitute the applesauce? I can no fruit right now. :)

  2. Barb

    I threw these together and popped them in the oven!! Such chocolatey chewy goodness - Yum!! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Juniper Rain

    the brand of the chocolate bar you used is simply light right? is that bar also soy free?? I like pretty close to a trader joes and i never thought to look there but it is so hard to find a chocolate bar i can have!!! when i saw that brand on there i got soooo excited!!
    i think i will try doing this recipe with canned pumpkin instead of applesauce and see how it turns out.. i will let you know! :)

  4. Elizabeth Good

    OMG you are so funny Brittany. " You said you’re on a diet? Oh right.. because its January. Well.. sorry. I don’t care." Actually I HAVE been eating waay too much of your delicious things, and so am trying Atkins Induction again for a while. I want to try to make some of your treats with ground flax instead of nut flour-then they would be induction-friendly! (give or take some ingredients). Do you have any familiarity with baking tips for using that instead of the almond flour? I have been meaning to do this for a while, but caught up in a late December to January bake-a-thon of your treats and now nothing fits. (ugh!). It would be so nice to have something besides meat and veggies to keep me going for longer on it!

  5. marisa

    Will definately have to try these. Almonds are very nutritional and protein packed

  6. Juniper Rain

    hello! i was just curious.. i was looking to buy some of your cookbooks and i know that they are gluten free but are they grain free? if they are i want ALL OF THEM!!!

  7. Christelle

    Just wondering what attachment I should be using with mixer? The dough hook? The whisk-type one? Thanks!

  8. Livvy

    Hello from a VERY HOT Australia. I made these cookies yesterday, they are absolutely awesome and will absolutely become my "go too" Chocolate fix.

  9. YL @ TheForeignLand

    These look beautiful. I love, love chocolate; any subs for the applesauce?

  10. Lisa

    You are right! These are the BEST ever! Finally a cookie that I can eat AND enjoy and the rest of the family loves them as well. THANK YOU! This afternoon I baked a batch of each kind and it was a draw as to which was best...my family gobbled them all up :-) Next up: macadamia nut flour with craisins and white chips. YUMMO!

  11. Tara

    Just made these for my gfcf son, and daughter had to join him. They were delicious!

  12. Ruth

    These are so good! Made them for my hubbies birthday today! I used palm sugar and coconut oil. I also made them smaller (I used a small scoop) and baked them for only about 9 minutes. It made about 30. We like to freeze 3 little cookies in a snack bag and then pull them out to put in lunches (or just eat them frozen :-) ) Thank you for all the hard work you put into developing such yummy recipes!

  13. Lisa Munro

    Hi Brittany,
    I made these cookies with my children yesterday. They are pure heaven, especially for my little boy with heaps of allergies. I put a pic of the kids cooking them on my FB page http://www.facebook.com/happytummiesptyltd
    Thank you!!
    Can't wait to get your books in my online shop in Australia. They should be here any day :)
    Lisa

  14. Courtney

    Are almond meal and almond flour the same thing? (Silly question?) :)

  15. Sarah

    I love these cookies. I made them first by the recipe, but the second time I made them I experimented and used half Bob's Redmill gluten free all purpose baking mix and half almond flour. I like the texture a lot better! They are to die for! :)

  16. Brittany

    I am trying to pin this amazing recipe but I can't pin it - it says there are no pinnable images :(

  17. Pat @ Elegantly, Gluten-Free

    These look delicious -- I'm sure we'll like these a lot!

  18. Stacie

    I have to say, I just pulled these out of the oven and they're amazing! I changed it up and added Andes small mint chips for St. Patrick's Day this weekend :) I also didn't have applesauce on hand, but I did have banana baby food (I used to use it in banana bread protein bars) and it worked great lol.

    Thanks for your amazing recipes, I use to be the worst baker ever, but with your recipes I'm definitely making great strides :)

  19. Kendra

    Wow! Another great recipe! So yummy to this chocoholic!

  20. Katharine

    Just made these and they sure are decadent! wow, a great chocolate fix! I used erythritol....and forgot to add the extra 2T sweetener. Plenty sweet for me! :)

  21. Me me me

    Oh my!! I never comment on ANYTHING but these cookies are SO DELICIOUS! They would please even the unhealthiest eaters. SO GOOD

  22. Jessie

    Delicious cookies! Thanks for the recipe!

  23. cecily

    Thank you for these. They are wonderful. I substitued the applesauce with 2 tbsps of chia seed in 2 tbsps water (I don't normally have applesauce in the fridge) and used rice malt syrup with erythritol for the sweetener. Delicious and my children loved them too. I shared the recipe all over facebook! xx

  24. Shannon

    I just made these and they smell amazing, but unfortunately they didn't set at all, they are extremely crumbly and dry. I followed the recipe exactly. The applesauce wasn't enough to keep them together and moist I suppose. I'm not really sure what happened.

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