• http://www.blogger.com/profile/11338820078931996605 Cathy

    Oh my, those look divine! Dried cherries or cranberries would be nice too.

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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17989820460977645210 Pam

    Those look wonderful! I will be making these…yum!

    Thank You and Enjoy!


  • Anonymous

    Hey Its Lawren… Collin’s cousin… These cookies are awesome and very good for me… Keep posting the recipes.

  • http://www.hotcookin.net/ Kelly @ Hot Cookin’

    Oh my goodness! Your cookies look scrumptious! The only thing I don’t have are dates. What to do? Not sure the grocery store nearby has dates… Perhaps craisins?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11504948204624142238 Jenné

    Lawren! I’ll definitely keep posting delicious foods!
    Kelly, feel free to substitute any other dry fruit for the dates. I like to use them for their sweetness mainly, but any thing will work. Ohh, what about Dried Apples!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08402921195094964887 Andrea

    I’m so glad I found your blog (like how I take all the credit?) I love your header, so creative. You’re cooking style is very similar to mine, I think, which is always so nice because I know I’ll find lots to love on here. These cookies are definitely going on the list. I love healthy baked things!

  • http://www.kemalandsheila.com/ sheila @ Elements

    I’d love to try these scrumptious looking cookies! I never use maple syrup so I might use agave nectar or honey. Ginger is another ingredient I never have on-hand but perhaps I might actually buy a little just for this recipe. :)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10416287826380171490 missmarc

    wow these sound so good. I may try to make them with gluten-free rolled oats and see how they turn out!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08084336652290206386 Catherine

    Anything I can use instead of bananas? I very sadly allergic to them :( But these cookies look amazing otherwise!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03250024810275821678 janet @ the taste space

    Loved these cookies, Jenne! The ginger worked so well with the raisins. :)

    This is my post about them: https://tastespace.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/ginger-raisin-oatmeal-cookies/

  • Anonymous

    I’ll have to try these. They look delicious! :)

  • http://craveitmakeit.blogspot.ca/ Alex @ Crave It Make It

    Hi! I made these recently and enjoyed them. Thanks for posting :)

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