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Low Calorie Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Chocolate shouldn't go together with "low-fat" but this decadent recipe will change this fact!













Low Fat, Low in Saturated Fat, Low Cholesterol, Cholesterol-Free, Trans-fat Free, Low Sodium


½ cup sugar
50 grams brown sugar
packed, 1/4 cup
¼ cup margarine
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 large egg whites
1 cup all-purpose flour
½ teaspoon baking soda
¼ teaspoon salt
3 ounces chocolate chips
miniature, semisweet, 1/2 cup


Heat oven to 375℉ (190℃).

Mix sugars, margarine, vanilla, and egg white in large bowl.

Stir in flour, baking soda, and salt. Stir in chocolate chips.

Drop dough by rounded teaspoonfuls about 2 inches apart onto ungreased cookie sheet.

Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until golden brown.

Cool slightly, remove from cookie sheet. Cool on wire rack.

Make about 24 cookies.


* not incl. in nutrient facts

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Calgary AB
 almost 11 years ago

These are just AWESOME and I can't believe the calories and fat. It was hard to resist eating all the dough while I was making them. GREAT recipe.

Staten Island, United States
 over 10 years ago

way too sweet

Florida, US
 over 10 years ago

I make different cookies all the time, because all my kids love cookies, in my opinion this recipe is much healthier, the sugar is just the right amount, should be not way too sweet. If you really don't like too sweet, you can reduce sugar.

 over 10 years ago

yummy! these are so good. they were easy to make and are delish! :)

Pittsburgh, United States
 over 10 years ago

i just used this recipe and they turned out very good, but when i tried to rolled them into balls to put on the baking sheet and they were verryyy sticky
and after they cooled they were hard at the edges; but thats my own fault use vanilla pudding

Blackfoot, United States
 over 10 years ago

i loooove chocolate chip cookies but decided to try and find a recipe with less fat and i tried yours! used all brown sugar and used just over 1/2 cup packed.....they turned out awesome! i love them and so does my family!!

 over 10 years ago

I made these last night! i LOVE the taste and I love that they are low fat! The batter was soo yummy I wanted to eat the whole bowl lol! I added oats to my second batch and it turned out just as good! Thanks!

Ajax, Canada
 over 10 years ago

I just made these.
They were awesome.
Advise: maybe use cooking spray on the bottom of the pan as mine stuck.

But I love these .
It's my new recipe

Logan, United States
 over 10 years ago

I am totally amazed at these cookies! I healthy-fied them a little further even by using only 2T splenda brown sugar, 1/4 cup normal spledna to a 1/4 cup normal sugar, and half whole wheat flour! Sooo yummy- don't taste healthy!

 over 10 years ago

I made these today and replaced sugar with splenda and they came out great. I don't feel guilty eating them, knowing how little the fat and calories are. I will defiantly make them again. Thanks for the recipe!

 over 10 years ago

Very good! I did 2/3 cup white flour and 1/3 cup whole wheat. My 7 year old loves them!

 over 10 years ago

I made these since I am watching calorie intake. I used applesauce in place of butter and used half whole wheat flower and half regular flower. First batch I left in little too long. Second came out better. Not too shabby for low-cal.

Bernie B
Cape Town
 over 10 years ago

Hi :-)

Is vanilla extract the same as vanilla essence?

Toronto, Canada
 over 10 years ago

Yes, they are the same!

Redmond, United States
 about 10 years ago

I don't see where this is low-fat, I only see low calorie because of the portions. But this recipe is almost identical to the one on the back of the Nestle's package. So it's leaving me confused.

 about 10 years ago


Bargoed, United Kingdom
 about 10 years ago

Just made these but substituted the chocolate chips with white chocolate and raspberries. The recipe was easy to follow and the cookies turned out like the chewy ones I was hoping for, great :) The only difference is that I have 12 not 24 XD oh well.

Salt Lake City, United States
 about 10 years ago

um... how many servings?

Toronto, Canada
 about 10 years ago

Make about 24 cookies!

Charlotte, United States
 about 10 years ago

How many 'normal-sized' cookies do they make? (2.5 inches)

Deception Bay, Australia
 almost 10 years ago

Made these cookies.
They were great. I even put less fat in them and they turned out great. The whole family loved them.

 almost 10 years ago

I used whole wheat flour in mine to add some fiber. Tastes way too sweet for me but the boyfriend is a big sugar hound. Really good, I will try halving the sugar next time though.

, United States
 almost 10 years ago

Hate to be the one to say this.. but these are not 52 calories per cookie. They are about 89 calories per cookie,do the math. It's a 37 calorie careful & do your own math... you may think you can eat two for 104 cals..but its 178!

Sydney, Australia
 almost 10 years ago

i have 2 say that the picture on the net makes the cookies look worse than they taste

 almost 10 years ago

When i made it, the batter needed some water and i also added some extra almonds. But other than that it was perfect!!And delicious!!

Lancaster, UK
 over 9 years ago

Just made these, dough was delicious. substituted chunky applesauce for margarine and they came out more like hot cookie dough. but still delicious. So im just eating them off of the baking tray haha

Streamwood, United States
 over 9 years ago

This is just the toll house recipe halved minus the egg yolks.

Toronto, Canada
 over 9 years ago

1 each egg mean 1 egg white?

Key Largo, United States
 over 9 years ago

1 each egg means 1 large egg, and 1 each egg white means 1 large egg white.

West Orange, United States
 over 9 years ago


Marion, United States
 over 9 years ago

These are great!
I used wheat flour.
I also used one whole egg.
Then I replaced the second egg with flax seed (1tbs flaxseed + 3tbs water =1 egg).
Enjoy everyone!

, United States
 over 9 years ago

I dont know wat it tastes ike but every one is sayin it tastes great so ill give it a shot!!!

, United States
 over 9 years ago

omgi tried them and they are delicious but the baking sheet HAS to be greased so it wont stick.

Lake Worth, United States
 over 9 years ago



 over 9 years ago

why did you write twice baking soda

Islamorada, United States
 over 9 years ago

I just checked the recipe, the baking soda appears only once, it is an accurate recipe!

Many Farms, United States
 over 9 years ago

I LOVE SWEETS! But dislike the fat and calories along with it, who does?
This recipe was perfect YUMMY..

Calgary AB
 over 9 years ago

I have also made this recipe before and they are DELICIOUS. I'm always looking for HEALTHIER alternatives to snacks for the entire family. I also would like to enjoy the odd treat even though I'm watching my calories.

Acworth, United States
 over 8 years ago

This recipe was amazing! The whole family loves it.

Cheyenne, Wyoming
 about 8 years ago

I really need to challenge the per cookie calorie count on this cookie. I was very interested in finding a lower calorie chocolate chip cookie and was very excited when I found this recipe; however, after examining the recipe more closely, I decided to figure up the calories on my own to see if the 52 calories per cookie was correct. This is what I came up with by checking the calorie count on the individual ingredients (all of which I had on hand):

1/2 cup sugar = 360 calories
1/4 cup brown sugar = 60 calories
1/4 cup margarine (I use Parkay sticks) = 360 calories
1 t vanilla = 12 calories
1 egg white = 17 calories
1 cup all-purpose flour = 400 calories
1/2 t baking soda = 0 calories
1/4 t salt = 0 calories
1/2 cup semi-sweet mini chip = 560 calories

All the calories added up equals 1769 calories for the entire batch - divide that by 24 cookies equals 73.71 calories per cookie. I wonder how the recipe submitter figured each cookie at only 52 calories???????

Hi Lisa, thanks for your detailed calculation, really impressive.

I checked the ingredient list, and found out that 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/2 cup chocolate chips were not calculated. I just changed both of the measurements from cup to weight, and now the nutrition fact is accurate.

Thank you so much for pointing it out, and hope you will enjoy our recipes. Happy Baking :-)

Toronto , Ontario, Canada
 about 8 years ago

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 18g (0.6 oz)
Amount per Serving
Calories 7334% of calories from fat
 % Daily Value *
Total Fat 3g 4%
Saturated Fat 1g 4%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 65mg 3%
Total Carbohydrate 4g 4%
Dietary Fiber 0g 1%
Sugars g
Protein 2g
Vitamin A 2% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0% Iron 2%
* based on a 2,000 calorie diet How is this calculated?


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