Holiday Cookies: Chewy Gingerbread Cookies

Holiday cheer comes in many forms, but one of my family favorites is cookies! There are so many different flavors of the holidays, peppermint, pumpkin, spice, cinnamon and of course gingerbread, which all make delicious cookies, but what about a healthier cookie? A cookie that competes with the real thing but is that much better for you. Enter, my Chewy Gingerbread Cookie recipe.

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

This cookie is one you won’t feel guilty about eating a few right after they come out of the oven, or even eating it for breakfast -gasp! I hear it’s a great cookie when dunked in that morning cup of coffee -wink, wink!

With the success of my lunchbox protein-rich cookie, I knew I just had to make one for the holidays. With the help of Bob’s Red Mill, I created these healthier Chewy Gingerbread Cookies, and I’m sure you love them too!

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

Now when it comes to calling a cookie “healthy” that can be a stretch, except, I said “healthier” because of the added nutritional protein, fiber, and they are gluten-free (when you use certified gluten-free oats like BRM’s).
Something I love about the recipe itself is that it comes together in a large bowl for quick cleanup. Check out this video to see how easy these are to make. By the time you’re finished watching, you’ll want to preheat the oven and get these started!

I thought about this cookie after making what I thought tasted like a gingerbread smoothie; I blended almond milk, Bob’s Red Mill Chai flavored protein powder, some oats, and a little extra cinnamon. After loving the smoothie after a few sips, I thought to myself; what if I could make this into a cookie? So I did.

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

Now, if you don’t have any of the Chai flavored protein available, I’ve also made it successfully with Bob’s Red Mill plain whey protein. Just make sure you check the recipe notes since you’ll need to add a little extra spice for added holiday flavors.

What I love about using that particular protein powder in my smoothies is that it has probiotics and fiber and it’s easy for me to digest since it’s made from pea protein. And now, it made my cookies so much better!

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

I also used oat flour in this recipe which is an easy shortcut for less cleanup; although, in my many attempts to test this recipe, I ground Old Fashioned Rolled Oats in my blender until they turned into oat flour.

These cookies also frost very well once cooled. What they don’t do, however, is roll out. It’s the type of dough that you scoop and bake, and this suits me perfectly well since I want a cookie I can mix into a bowl, scoop, bake, and enjoy.

What is your favorite Holiday Cookie?

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

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High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!

Holiday Cookies

High Protein Chew Gingerbread Cookies: These cookies will get you through your busiest shopping days and your kids will love them too, plus they are gluten-free!
  • Author: Laura Fuentes
  • Yield: 9 - 12

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. In a large bowl, combine molasses, egg, sugar, and coconut oil. Once combined, add in the oat flour, protein powder, ginger, cinnamon, baking soda, and salt. Mix to combine.
  3. Place 1 tablespoon of dough onto lined baking sheet, six per sheet since these spread. Bake in the preheated oven for 8-10 minutes, until edges are crispy but cookie remains slightly undercooked. Remove from oven and allow cookies to cool down to room temperature.

Notes

If you can’t find the Chai Protein, you can use vanilla or plain protein. You’ll have to adjust the spices to 1 teaspoon powdered ginger, 2 teaspoons cinnamon.

 

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Molly - November 29, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie is a thin crispy walnut tassie. Its a simple light cutout with walnuts sprinkled on top. Mmmmmmm.
I”m excited to try this recipe in a gluten free version.

    Linda - December 5, 2016 Reply

    We love cookies! Our favorite is my Scottish shortbread recipe. I make it with Bobs oats and whole wheat flour. Bobs red mill has been a favorite place to visit while we lived in Portland, Oregon. Now we have to order online to get our favorites mailed to hermosa beach, california .

Rachel - November 29, 2016 Reply

We love chocolate chip peppermint cookies! And using the cookie press for shortbread too.

amy - November 29, 2016 Reply

lady fingers!

Dana - November 29, 2016 Reply

Laura, great recipe! In the above blog you say to check the recipe notes in case Chai flavored protein Powder isn’t used to make these. However, I can’t find the notes. What needs to be changed when Whey Protein is used instead of Chai flavored protein? Thanks.

    Laura Fuentes - November 30, 2016 Reply

    Dana, my bad!! I forgot to hit “refresh” after I published the notes. They are there now!

Sue Anna - November 29, 2016 Reply

Never seen the Chia protein powder. Can you buy it in the store of just online? Thanks, anxious to make these.

    Laura Fuentes - November 29, 2016 Reply

    You can buy them at many grocery stores that carry Bob’s Red Mill products, on their website here, and also on Amazon. Enjoy!

Bonnie - November 29, 2016 Reply

Yummy!

Audrey - November 29, 2016 Reply

I have to say my favorite cookie is the Mexican Wedding cake cookies !

Lubelia Hill - November 29, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie is probably homemade shortbread with homemade icing! Gingerbread runs a very close second, these look amazing and I will definitely be making them asap!

Jennifer - November 29, 2016 Reply

I love simple chewy molasses cookies 🙂 I can’t wait to try these cookies!!

Tina - December 1, 2016 Reply

My family’s favorite cookie is my mother in law’s M and M cookies. However, my favorite cookie is my grandmother’s anise seed cookies. The holidays are such a wonderful time of family traditions! I make passing on the traditions to my sons a top priority

Rebecca - December 1, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie would be a classic sugar cookie. Being gluten free, I do enjoy testing different recipes! But I’ll have to admit, I’m quite partial to gingerbread. Once I give this recipe a go, it may take the top spot!

    Laura Fuentes - December 2, 2016 Reply

    Let me know how it turns out! I am hoping you enjoy!

      Rebecca - December 4, 2016 Reply

      Our first snow = time to bake! Just pulled them out of the oven and tested one….They are amazing!! Will be making these again =)

Heidi - December 1, 2016 Reply

Gingerbread cookies, cut into shapes and decorated with raisins.

Wendy - December 2, 2016 Reply

My favorite cookie to make and eat is the famous frosted sugar coookie with sprinkles!!!!

Caterina Bacarella - December 2, 2016 Reply

Our favorite is shortbread and peppermint meringues!

Andi - December 4, 2016 Reply

Gingerbread cookies are my absolute holiday favorite, but I haven’t had them since I went gluten free. I can’t WAIT to try this recipe!! 🙂

Michelle Bingham - December 4, 2016 Reply

I love the decorated sugar cookies. Actually I don’t think there is a cookie that exists that I don’t like. Lol

Gail Fredericks - December 4, 2016 Reply

We love shortbread dipped in chocolate. Sometimes I use espresso powder in the dough….yum!

Sarah Ramos - December 4, 2016 Reply

Yum! My favorite Christmas cookie is my mom’s decorated sugar cookies. So good!

Christina W. - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite is Magic Cookie Bars! They are so bad for you, but it’s the only time of year I’ll eat them. I try not to go overboard eating them. LOL! I definitely want to try this one! Thanks for the recipe!

Kym - December 4, 2016 Reply

My goodness, these look delicious! My favorite holiday cookie is rugelach. I’ll be making a batch for our neighborhood holiday party.

Pamela Travis - December 4, 2016 Reply

One of my favorite cookies is a pecan log- it’s basically a shortbread cookie with lots of finely chopped pecans.

Elizabeth - December 4, 2016 Reply

I love all kinds of holiday cookies! I made a recipe that had bits of Andes mints in them…. they were relish! I am also super excited to try this recipe!! Thx for sharing 🙂

Jenn - December 4, 2016 Reply

Hi! These look great. Can you make cut outs with this recipe? My five year old wants to make gingerbread pirates like the one in his story book 😉

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    Jenn, these are soft and chewy and do not “cut out”. I did test the dough into a roll-out dough by refrigerating it, rolling it between 2 pcs of parchment paper, refrigerating for 10 minutes, and then cutting them out. The only issue is that these cookies expand (as seen in the video) which is why I left them where I liked them best: as soft chewy circles that simply taste amazing.

Tracie - December 4, 2016 Reply

My absolute favorite are chocolate crinkles.

Donna - December 4, 2016 Reply

Our favorites are thumbprints filled with either red or green homemade gf frosting

Cathy - December 4, 2016 Reply

My family’s favorite is a chewy brownie cookie, but I’m partial to oatmeal chocolate chip myself. Thank you for the giveaway!

Candace - December 4, 2016 Reply

I can’t wait to try these. My favorite holiday cookie is peanut butter with Hershey kisses

Susan V - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite Christmas cookies are Just-Like -Starbucks Molasses cookies, the butter and sugar cut-out cookies I make every year with my grown daughters, and Strawberry Strippers, a variation on the old Cooking Light recipe for Raspberry Strippers. We make them using our homemade strawberry freezer jam.

Jamiesdoll - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookies aren’t cookies, they are bars. It’s an old fashion recipe passed down from my great grandmother called”prayer bars”… They have a chocolate Coconut base, a peppermint frosting type layer, and a fudgy dark chocolate spread on top! … I think I NEED Bob’s Red Mill products ASAP! — my mouth is watering!

Cristin - December 4, 2016 Reply

We love to make peanut butter cookies and dip one side in white chocolate mixed with some ground cinnamon. Can’t wait to try this recipe for Santa.

Tami - December 4, 2016 Reply

Anything chocolate!

Erica - December 4, 2016 Reply

Mexican wedding cookies or crunchy gingerbread… but I’ll be sure to try these – probably more acceptable to the kids!

Cathy Thelen - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite cookie is a ranger cookie that my husband’s grandma makes.

Megan - December 4, 2016 Reply

Our favorite cookie is a gingersnap cookie. My kids love the taste of ginger and cinnamon!!

Amy B. - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite Christmas cookie is the chocolate crinkle. I love chai tea, going to have to check out the chai protein.

Viviannette - December 4, 2016 Reply

White chocolate and macadamia nut cookies!

Jennifer L - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite is my grandmothers annosett cookies (I know I butchered the spelling lol) with frosting.

Teresa M. - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie is gingerbread cookies. I fondly remember my dad and brother trying to make them by substituting and omitting the ingredients they didn’t have. The end result was cookies that would bounce!

Amelia - December 4, 2016 Reply

I LOVE the snowball cookies, also called Mexican wedding cookies. Not safe to have them around me–I just keep popping them in my mouth as if they were Skittles! Can’t wait to try these. Hope my daughter likes them as she was just put on GF diet, so there aren’t many cookies she can have.

Janna Abell - December 4, 2016 Reply

Is it wrong if I love all cookies:-) I just made maple oatmeal cookies tonight. I think my current true love is a snickerdoodle cookie wrapped around a soft caramel. Yum! Love Bob’s Red Mill!!!

Laura Lichtenstwin - December 4, 2016 Reply

Our favorite Holiday cookie is almond crescents. So light and yummy!

Stacy - December 4, 2016 Reply

I love simple sugar cookies to frost and decorate with my son!

Abby - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite is a snowball cookie that my grandmother used to make! My kids love gingerbread and I can not wait to try these!

Cristina - December 4, 2016 Reply

Mince meat cookies were my absolute favorite, but we haven’t made any since cutting out wheat. Gotta work on that!

Mandy - December 4, 2016 Reply

My all time favorite Christmas cookie is a candy cane cookie made from mint flavored dough (similar to sugar cookie dough). You die half of the dough pink and then twist two pieces together, forming a cane-shape. These are so fun to make with kids!!
Can’t wait to try your healthified gingerbread cookie recipe… My little boy is really into gingerbread this year!

Crystal - December 4, 2016 Reply

Sugar Cookies!

Jessica Rust - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite are molasses spice cookies. My mom’s recipe is delicious, but it uses white flour and shortening. I’m hoping to find a healthy alternative and I’m excited to try this recipe!

Marie - December 4, 2016 Reply

That protein powder looks great! I love chai. And it’s dairy, soy, and nut free which is great for my son.

As for my favorite holiday cookie, I don’t really have one. But I suppose I tend to gravitate to gingerbread ones… Oh, wait, I do love those ones that have fruit and the edges folder over. They have a very eastern European name…

Wendy Fuller - December 4, 2016 Reply

Sugar (rolled) are my favorite!

Jessica - December 4, 2016 Reply

We love pretty much any spice cookie, as well as flavored shortbreads this time of year (especially shortbread dusted in candy cane bits!)!

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    yum! I love candy canes.

Sylvia Baker - December 4, 2016 Reply

Yummy! But my personal favorite are shortbread. Wish those could be a little healthier…;)

Heather - December 4, 2016 Reply

Mexican cinnamon and sugar cookies!

Maggie Y - December 4, 2016 Reply

Gingerbread cookies

Christy - December 4, 2016 Reply

I love good old “Buckeyes” from Ohio. Peanut Butter, Powdered Sugar, Butter rolled into a ball and dunked into melted chocolate chips. It makes my insulin surge just writing this out! Needless to say, I don’t make these any more, but I’ll enjoy making your gingerbread cookies. They look scrumptious and will lead to much better behaved children I’m sure.

Valerie - December 4, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie is sourdough oatmeal chocolate chip . Actually, I enjoy having these year round.

David & Daphne Close - December 4, 2016 Reply

Honestly, it’s the classic Christmas sugar cookie. I wish there was a thing as a low cholesterol version. I remember looking for one and found a recipe, but you know what? All it did was cut it in half! Totally useless.

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    🙂

Yvonne Koo - December 4, 2016 Reply

Ginger cookies- of course. Always on the outlook for a great ginger recipe- can’t wait to try this one

yvonne - December 4, 2016 Reply

Ginger cookies! can’t wait to try this recipe

Brandi - December 4, 2016 Reply

Love ginger cookies, so this recipe is great!

JeannieinDallas - December 5, 2016 Reply

Everything gingerbread……can hardly wait to try these…gluten free they will be!

LaTanya - December 5, 2016 Reply

I love making Christmas shaped sugar cookies with sprinkles on top.

Stacy L - December 5, 2016 Reply

My mom always made sour cream cutout cookies with a simple milk/powdered sugar frosting for us to decorate. They remind me of her when I make them and are still my favorite cookies around the holidays. 🙂

Melissa - December 5, 2016 Reply

For Christmas cookies I really enjoy a snowball/wedding cookie or a pistachio crescent. I make a healthy cookie (no, really) for breakfasts and snacks that someone in my family eats at least one of everyday.

Abigail Oses - December 5, 2016 Reply

So hard to choose what my favorite holiday cookie it….peanut butter thumb prints with my kids…..can’t wait for holiday break and tune away from work to make more memories

Marla - December 5, 2016 Reply

Our favorite is gingerbread cookies. These will be great to try.

Erica - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookie is indeed Gingerbread . However i like them very gingery with a hint of pepper similar to speculaas cookies. However our resident “Santa “prefers either Chocolate chip or Sugar Cookies

Debbie Hausher - December 5, 2016 Reply

Our family is divided between 2 favorites cookies – Swedish Heirlooms and Tollhouse Chocolate Chip. This cookie recipe sounds intriguing; I never made gingerbread cookies as I thought it was so difficult but as usual, Laura makes it easy & healthy.

kirsten lawson - December 5, 2016 Reply

I am simple, butter cookies. Not healthy, but they melt in your mouth.

Teresa - December 5, 2016 Reply

My fave cookies are a good butter shortbread cookie and the thin waffle sandwiches with a good caramel filling.

I love love love chai. Am not much of a baker but will try this. Question — I don’t stock coconut oil. Will butter do or will that change the taste a lot ? Also, is molasses (also don’t stock) essential or can i sub with something else ? Sorry i’m changing so much ! Thanks !

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    You can definitely use butter (melted) instead of the coconut oil Teresa. The molasses is essential for the dark-colored cookies and the rich earthy flavor of every gingerbread cookie. If you substitute it with honey, they’ll be golden yellow. Enjoy!

Evelyn - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite holiday cookies is a simple shortbread cookie. So delicious! Not too sweet & goes great with a cup of coffee.

Charlene - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite cookie is the classic sugar cookie cut outs with colored sugar sprinkled on top.

Karen - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite is peanut butter kiss cookies (PB cookies with a Hershey kiss on top)…or wedding cakes…or molasses…or…too many to list! Gingerbread are a big favorite too!

Carin - December 5, 2016 Reply

These may very well become my new favorite holiday cookie. Yum! Thanks for the chance to win! Happy holidays!

Rachael - December 5, 2016 Reply

We love a good old thumbprint filled with jam a d covered in crushed walnuts! Took me months to find a comparable gluten free recipe!

Jennifer - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite is oatmeal raisin, but the rest of the family loves chocolate chip.

Marion Millan - December 5, 2016 Reply

Our favorite cookies are kolaczki. My sister and little ones actually made them yesterday.

Melanie - December 5, 2016 Reply

I’ve always loved the traditional sugar cookie we make for Santa.

Erica - December 5, 2016 Reply

There are so many to choose from! I think my all time fav is homemade shortbread cookies. I’m excited to try this recipe!

Kim - December 5, 2016 Reply

These are delicious! My celiac kids love them.

Christina - December 5, 2016 Reply

My favorite is Mexican wedding cookies.

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    I>LOVE>THOSE!!!!

Susanne - December 5, 2016 Reply

Our family favorite….SNICKERDOODLES!

PreK Teacher - December 5, 2016 Reply

Chocolate peppermint

Amy Johnson - December 5, 2016 Reply

GF peanutbutter blossoms.

Patti - December 5, 2016 Reply

Favorite Holiday Cookie……easy to make and easier to eat…..peanut butter and jelly cookies…..
Basic sugar cookie dough rolled into balls (walnut sized)…..roll into chopped peanuts…….baked 8-12 min @ 350…..while still warm create a slight indent in cookie (I use a 1/2 teaspoon measuring spoon) so you have a cute little place to put your jelly! I personally like seedless raspberry…..but whatever tickles your fancy. Enjoy!

    Laura Fuentes - December 5, 2016 Reply

    sound delicious!

Marriotte - December 6, 2016 Reply

Definitely have to try these cookies! Our favorite is still Chocolate Chip but we love Gingerbread for the holidays!

Karin - December 6, 2016 Reply

Rum balls and coconut date nut logs!!

Erin - December 6, 2016 Reply

We love pepparkakor cookies this time of year. They are a Swedish holiday cookie that my dad always made growing up, and now that he’s not with us anymore, I delight in carrying on the tradition with my kids.

I made your gingerbread cookies yesterday, and they were a hit! My 5-year-old ate three of them, and wanted to go back for more! I did have to make a couple of substitutions based on ingredients I had on hand: used 1 cup oat flour and 1/4 cup whole wheat pastry flour, and used chocolate protein powder. Thanks for the recipe!

Faith - December 6, 2016 Reply

We love plain sugar cookies with all the decorations~!

Stacie W - December 7, 2016 Reply

Decorated sugar cookies with the thin almost drizzle frosting.

Patti - December 7, 2016 Reply

gf pumpkin snickerdoodles is one of our favorite holiday cookies! when our daughter was still at home her girlfriend would call and ask if I would bake her some pumpkin snickerdoodles!

Yvonne - December 7, 2016 Reply

During the holidays we always enjoy baking as a family and making different cookies. Our favorite is gingerbread and sugar cookies as they are always fun to decorate and give as gifts 🙂

Amy W. - December 7, 2016 Reply

My favorite cookie for the holidays is a family recipe for homemade sugar cookies with only butter, flour, egg yolks and lemon juice.

theresa krier - December 7, 2016 Reply

My all time favorite is and always has been frosted sugar cookies, thanks

Angela - December 7, 2016 Reply

My mom and I used to make cookies shaped like candy canes. I haven’t made them in many years but still remember the taste! I think I’ll dig that recipe out this year.

    Laura Fuentes - December 7, 2016 Reply

    You will be glad you did 🙂

Melissa Adams - December 7, 2016 Reply

Chocolate Chip and Gingerbread! Definitely going to try your recipe!

Shannon - December 7, 2016 Reply

I love a traditional recipe for Italian Nutballs filled with my mother’s homemade jam. They have a subtle almond flavor and are rolled in walnuts. We have been able to adapt the recipe to make them gluten free too. This looks like a good recipe for us to try too.

    Laura Fuentes - December 7, 2016 Reply

    Family recipes are the best! 😉

Kari S. - December 7, 2016 Reply

Sugar cookies rolled out and decorated with my kids! It gets us all in Christmas Spirit!

Sheri Lyn Mix - December 7, 2016 Reply

I have two. I can’t pick a favorite! Just a yummy, buttery, not too sweet shortbread or a gooey chocolate chip with tiny crushed peppermints. Mmmmm

    Laura Fuentes - December 8, 2016 Reply

    my daughter loves crushed peppermint cookies too!

Amy Rowson - December 7, 2016 Reply

These sound amazing! We like White Chocolate Cranberry Oatmeal cookies and a tweaked version of Mom’s Mexican Wedding Cakes with maple extract and cinnamon.

    Laura Fuentes - December 8, 2016 Reply

    white chocolate + cranberries = YUMMMMM

Regula - December 7, 2016 Reply

Spitzbuben, bringing back memories and I just love the taste of my favorite Swiss cookie, but I am excited to try this recipe to get some “American flavor”

Tay Johnson - December 7, 2016 Reply

Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. I cannot wait to purchase the ingredients to make these for my family. My husband’s favorite cookie is ginger.

Happy Holidays

    Laura Fuentes - December 8, 2016 Reply

    I hope your entire family enjoys them!

      Tay Johnson - December 8, 2016 Reply

      I will keep you posted 🙂

      Thank you again for sharing your recipe.

      Happy Holidays

Tracie M - December 7, 2016 Reply

Looks yummy! We usually make gingerbread cookies using whole wheat flour.

Denise - December 7, 2016 Reply

Snicker doodles are definitely my favorite holiday, any day cookie 🙂

eve - December 7, 2016 Reply

I have always loved pfeffernuese, I will have to work on a gluten-free proccessed sugar-free version 🙂 Thanks for sharing these, can’t wait to try them, since my kids love chai these should go over well!

Stephanie - December 7, 2016 Reply

I have always loved gingerbread boy cut-out cookies. I love frosting them with homemade frosting, sprinkles, and of course, red hots.

Patricia - December 7, 2016 Reply

My favorite cookie is oatmeal chocolate chip. Oatmeal cookies are good by themselves, but adding dark chocolate in place of the raisins is soo yummy. Can’t wait to try out your recipe here!

    Laura Fuentes - December 8, 2016 Reply

    They are so much better when you add chocolate chips…

Kristy - December 8, 2016 Reply

Our favorite cookie is easily just plain old chocolate chips! But for Christmas, we pull out more sweetness and make Kiss Cookies with Hershey kisses, Jam thumbprint cookies, or Caramel Hide-Away cookies. So yummy!

Stacy Fellows - December 9, 2016 Reply

Looks so yummy! Can’t wait to try them.

Stacy Fellows - December 9, 2016 Reply

My kids and husband like my chocolate chip peppermint sugar cookies. Your cookies look yummy! Can’t wait to try them, And they are soft and chewy, that is a bonus!

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