These have a big nutmeg flavor but are delish!!!! If you donâ€™t like nutmeg then reduce the amount or leave it out completely. My kids loved them! My dad (not a rawbee at all) loved them!
I definitely ripped this off from another recipe on this site called strawberry banana cookies. I just happened to have everything thing on hand but strawberries…and love chocolate! thus, my first raw recipe, Chocolate Banana Cookies!
These could also be a nut free cookie if done with sunflower seeds….I havent tried it, but it could probably work.
I just got my dehydrator today, and was anxious to try a recipe. This snack is moist, sweet, chewy (depending on how long you dehydrate it and on what temperature),and can be all raw. After tasting the mixture, I put some aside to eat as porridge because it was so tasty. I am on a gluten-free diet and was told that John McCann’s oat groats are gluten free, so this made me happy!
Last night I was dreaming of Oreo’s, so when I woke up this morning, the first thing I did was get out my food processor and made-up a batch of these babies! MY FIRST RAW RECIPE! Then I noticed there were already a bunch of Oreo type recipes here.. oh well, one more can’t hurt right? Also, in all my excitement, I didn’t measure… so these are all approximates!
Sorry about the sucky pic… I am not a photographer, and my camera SUX! LOL!
These were delicious. The coconut oil is optional, but it really lends the delicious nutty, buttery flavor to these cookies. These should definetely be treated as-
well-treats, but don’t be afraid to indulge: they’re still fathoms better than irradiated Betty Crocker wallpaper paste (a.k.a regular sugar cookies).