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10-28-2004 08:07 PM
GhostUser I have another idea, I have done this and I will have to post the recipe, I will tommorow.....

Mocha Cinnachip Muffins

Banana Cinnachip Muffins

and my fave

Chai Cinnachip Muffins

10-28-2004 06:44 PM
rabid_child I've been wanting to use cinnamon chips but didn't know what to put them in! Thanks for the suggestion!
10-28-2004 06:22 PM
GhostUser Mocha Chocolate Cinnachip Cookies by zimngir

Category: Desserts - Cookies



This recipe is suitable for a: vegetarian diet.





Ingredients:

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1/2 cup sugar



1/2 cup+ 2 tbsp. rolled oats



3 tbsp. cocoa



3/4 cup+ 1 tbsp. whole wheat flour



1 tsp. baking soda



1/3 tsp. baking powder



1/3 tsp. salt



1/2 tsp. cinnamon



1 tbsp+1 tsp. coffee powder (instant)



2 tbsp. raisins



2 tbsp. cinnamon chips



1/4 cup chocolate chunks



3 tsbp. applesauce



2 heaping tbsp. prune puree



1/2 tsp. vanilla



1 egg white





Instructions:

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Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.



Mix all dry ingrendients in a large bowl including chips, chunks and raisins.



Mix the wet ingredients in a small bowl, whip with a hand stick blender.



Fold the wet ingredients into dry.



Spray your palms with cooking spray.



Make about 6 cookies, spraying hands with cooking spray before making each cookie.



Bake about 8-12 minutes, until dry.





Additional comments:

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Tastes like a Bakers Cookie and it is the best one I have made yet. Based on Jennifer's Breakfast Cookie at Allrecipes. These are not exact measurements on the chips and raisins.

All of these ingredients are at Wal*mart.







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