(Adapted from www.therawtable.com)
I found the original recipe at www.therawtable.com but I adapted it. I used carob powder (no cocoa) and added maca and mesquite powder for an extra rich flavor. I was amazed by the result when using carob, mesquite and maca powder. It is like a carobe brownie mixture. It is delicious, sweet, not to sweet, and creamy flavor. One even does not notice it contains raisings. I found this mixture also could be used as a pie crust. I was hesitant to use walnuts, as the recipe calls for, because I find then to have a strong flavor, but it does not taste to walnuts at all. The flavors of this recipe blend very well into a one flavor mixture.
These are nice and chewy! They harden up real good when left out on a plate for a couple hours, either way is really good. This will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth!
A soft sticky toffee cookie. A bit like English sticky toffy pudding.
Cookies that actually CRUNCH! For sweetpea & everyone else that misses that satisfying CRUNCH! I’m allergic to grains myself, but I make these for my husband and kids occasionally. They LOVE them!!
These are DELICIOUS! They taste like butterscotch cookies. This is adapted from the Apricot Pecan Drops recipe in Vibrant Living.