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May 28, 2009


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Summer fruits have flooded the Indian Market and I just had a couple of luscious juicy lychees, my favorite fruit since I was a child.It is one of those fruits, out of which very few things can be made and tastes best left alone, yesterday Gagan got 2 doz. Mangoes, peaches,bananas, and of course lychees and the refrigerator is overflowing, in the same order I want to make- Mango cheesecake, peach crumble and banana bread...but hate to think that making all that means eating it too and last week's cheesecake is already jiggling on my hips!

I think I will pass all this up for some guilt free Sugar free oatmeal cookies, at least I will fulfill my cravings and feel like a good girl afterwards...???

Can I have a teensy weensy slice of cheesecake now :)???(little girl voice in me!)

OKAY, OKAY.. Gotta be STRONG and not give way to TEMPTATION...

I made these with Sugar free "Natura" (low calorie sugar substitute powder concentrate), which is basically Sucralose, a derivative of sugar, the advantage of baking with it is that it is heat stable which means you can cook or bake with it without any loss of sweetness.The bottle comes with a tiny spoon for measuring, and one tiny spoon is equivalent to 1 tsp natural sugar, the bottle contains 200 spoons of the powder, I like the taste better than any other sugar substitute.Here is the list of Ingredients-

  • Wholewheat flour-1 cup

  • All purpose flour-1/2 cup

  • Quaker Instant oats-1/2 cup

  • Butter- 4 tbsp.

  • Raisins- a handful

  • Vanilla essence-1 tsp

  • Sugar free natura- about 5 tiny spoons (measure with the spoon provided in the bottle)

  • Baking soda-1 tsp

  • Milk- as required


Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl, rub in the butter with your hands add as much milk as needed to knead into a smooth dough, shape into balls and flatten with the palm of your hads, place on foil lined cookie sheets and bake till golden brown on top..Enjoy with a cup of coffee for some guilt free snacking.

My friends at work loved these and so did my diabetic father-in-law, my husband tasted them and never noticed that I had used Sugar free!For me they win hands down as they are high fiber and low cal and most important thing they take care of my sweet tooth!

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Parita May 28, 2009 at 10:10 PM  

Wow these are healthy and delicious cookies..love the use of whole wheat flour!!

Priya May 29, 2009 at 12:51 AM  

Scrumptious N guilt free cookies looks delicious!

Superchef May 29, 2009 at 4:34 AM  

looks very delicious!! ohh my-my!1 so we can expect to see so many more cookies an tarts n cakes with all those fruits you bought?? :)

Sharmila May 29, 2009 at 6:53 PM  

It's the same case at my home ... fruits and fruits everywhere ... but I love lychees. :-)
The cookies look great. Sugarfree? ... too good! :-)

Cilantro May 29, 2009 at 9:27 PM  

Looks great and healthy.

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine May 30, 2009 at 8:29 PM  

Looks yummy and with the use of whole wheat flour and oats a definite healthy one.

ashoak May 19, 2012 at 1:39 PM  

hi thr...
vstd ur site fr th frst time and found even sanjeev kapoor is not gvng such easy recipes....yet to try out the sugar free and oatmeal cookies but m sure it will turn out good...

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