The chocolate chip cookies of our childhood are not really the best choice for grownups: They're loaded with fat, in the form of butter, chocolate, and nuts, and a lot of that is saturated fat. But there's nothing really like them . . . or is there? This recipe contains much less fat (some of it olive oil, rather than butter). Oats adds satisfying texture (and heart-healthy soluble fiber) while soy nuts, which taste like roasted peanuts, supply beneficial isoflavones. So the cookies are still a treat, but a guilt-free one.