Healthy Cookies We Can't Stop Eating
With so many wholesome ingredients, there's really no need to reserve these strictly for dessert...
Photo: Emma Chapman and Elsie Larson
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The Stealthily Dressed-Up Classic
There's a little bit of whole wheat flour in this recipe—but you'd never know it, promise Emma Chapman and Elsie Larson in their new cookbook, A Beautiful Mess Weekday Weekend
. What the ingredient does
add is a bit of nutrition (it has more vitamins than white flour), as does the smattering of sesame seeds on top of the cookies (they're a good source of calcium, iron and zinc
). And using dark chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet chocolate means you get additional health benefits
. Sprinkling each cookie with coarse sea salt adds a new dimension of flavor and a bit of crunch.
Get the recipe: Sesame, Sea Salt and Dark Chocolate Cookies