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My dad cannot eat chocolate because of his arrhythmia. The caffeine in chocolate alters his heart in a way that can be very detrimental for him. He has even passed out because of eating a bit of chocolate. So, for that reason, we always try to look for recipes that cut back on the chocolate. Instead of making brownies for dessert, we make cheesecake. Instead of making chocolate chip cookies, we make sugar cookies. These little habits help my dad stay healthy and all of us as well.
I am a lover of cookies so I am always looking for a new and improved recipe that is different than the last I made. I love the classic chocolate chip cookie, but sometimes I just feel like enjoying a nice oatmeal cookie or raisin bran. I know, it is weird, but I get bored easily. I need to switch it up.
That is how I found this recipe that really helps me satisfy my cravings. It is a bit strange, very nutty and totally delicious! I know it is not everyone’s cup of tea, but I love all kinds of nuts, so this is a perfect cookie. Give it a try, whether you are a nut lover or not. You might find yourself becoming one!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Sally’s Baking Addiction.
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Quick Tip: If you’d like, feel free to add white chocolate chips.