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Summary: With the holiday season already rollin’ here, it is now time to feast and feast. For sakes, ignore the calorie count and enjoy the day spent with your loved ones.

The holidays are officially upon on us and with those come endless parties and often cookie exchanges. If you’re trying to keep your health in check, it can be difficult to say no to all of the sugary treats that come your way during this time of the year. Deprivation is usually not the answer because it leads us to feel restricted and want to overeat when we get the chance.


 
How do we deal with this conundrum? For one thing, you can allow yourself the treats that you really want, like having one of your mom’s famous cinnamon rolls or a small piece of your favorite pecan pie. Instead of saying no to your friend’s cookie exchange party and missing out on spending time with people you love, try bringing a healthy cookie option and even encouraging others whom you’re close to or who share you goals to do the same.
 
Just because they’re “healthy” doesn’t mean these cookies aren’t delicious. Don’t even tell everyone that they may have different ingredients than their classic cookies and see what they think! Here are 16 healthy cookie recipes for you to try during the holiday season.
 
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.
Whether you are a sweet tooth or not, often most of us fret over the calorie count that we are consuming over the holidays; so here are a few recipes for something on the “healthier” side aka cookies with less sugar count.



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