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A Get-Up-and-Go Spin on Grandma's Specialty
While Curtis Stone refers to these as "breakfast cookies," we'd happily eat them as a snack or dessert. They're soft, sweet, hefty and would be just as tasty with a glass of milk or a cup of coffee. And they're no slouch in the health department, either, with two full cups of walnuts (which are rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids), as well as other nutritious ingredients, including whole wheat flour, flaxseed, orange zest, low-fat yogurt and dates.

Get the recipe: Breakfast Cookies