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Cookies

Posted Aug 15 2010 12:00am

I was never a lover of cookies till I got given my first raw cookie; I always found baked cookies a little to flavorless. I love the fact that a raw cookie goes uber crunchy on the outside and stay exquisitely soft on the inside

My raw cookie recipes are all pretty much the same basic mix, nothing much has changed from the first batch I made to the cookies I make today expect what gets add to them

Oatmeal raisin 


This basic recipe makes 24 cookies

2½ cups of cashew flour
2 cups of oat flour
¼ cup of water
1 cup agave
1 tablespoon of vanilla extract

For mango, raspberry and mixed spice - add one cup of mango in small chunks and ½ cup of raspberries. Depending on how spicy you want the cookies add up to 2 teaspoons of mixed spice.

For the mixed spice drizzle on top
3 tablespoons of mixed spice
2 tablespoons of either agave or maple syrup
2 tablespoons of coconut oil
Mixed all three ingredients together, pop the mixture into a piping bag and drizzle across the cookies. Pop them in the fridge for a half hour for the drizzle to set

For cacao nib – add ½ cup of raw cacao powder and ¼ cup of cacao nibs

For oatmeal raisin – add ½ cup of dried raisin, ½ cup of dates (pitted), 1 cup of coarsely grated apples

Mix everything in a bowl by hand, then stir your chosen flavour. I like to roll out the dough about an 1½ inch thick and use a cookie cutter. However you can form the dough into small balls by hand then press them flat with your palm. Dehydrate them on screens overnight (round 12hours)  

mango cookies with mixed spice drizzle

Chocolate cookies

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