A while ago, I bought a book called "Cooking For The Whole Family" cooking with whole foods. I had totally gotten that I bought it til recently. I decided that I wanted to make cookies for the kids and looked for a good easy recipe. I found an oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe that looked easy. It was amazingly simple and left out a few of the ingredients that I am used to. It replaced sugar with maple syrup, but I used agave nectar (first time I have used it), no eggs, and no baking powder or baking soda. I wasn't sure how it was going to come out, but they are not that bad. Actually, they are good. The best part is that the kids love them! I love that I can make a cookie at home and have it be healthy for a cookie and that the kids will eat them! I definitely have to try more recipes from this book. Also, on my other blog, http://thehandmadeandnaturallife.blogspot.com, I asked for good cookbook suggestions. So far "The Joy of Cooking" has won. Ok, so only 2 people have responded but they both suggested the same book. I have it put aside for me at B&N and just need to pick it up! I'm hoping to get more creative in my meals and snacks!