I made chocolate chip cookies for my valentine and I made them out of white beans. Yep! Beans. I did. And they were crazy good right out of the oven. I got the recipe here.
They were moist, delicious, and sweet but not sickeningly sweet. I love chocolate chip cookies but I hate how they give me an awful feeling afterward. You won't with these, I promise. I will say the only down side of this recipe is that they do change in texture over time (they get dry) so they really are best eaten right away. Trust me on these. Give them a try!
Note: I couldn't find any no salt added white beans (I used white northern beans) so I read about a method to reduce the sodium. I first drained the can of beans and rinsed them reserving the liquid as requested in the recipe. Then I put the beans in a large container of fresh water and soaked them over night. I drained and rinsed them again and proceeded per the recipe. I tasted the beans before and after soaking and it did seem that the beans had lost their saltiness.
UPDATE: I found this great article about soaking the beans. Draining, rinsing, and then soaking for 30 minutes reduces the sodium in beans by 45%.