Recipe Directions

  • 1. Process almonds and cashews in a food processor until they (almost) resemble flour. Add dates, agave nectar, coconut oil and vanilla. Process until well mixed and doughlike.
  • 2. Add the cocoa powder and sea salt and process again.
  • 3. Form into cookies. You can refrigerate and eat as is, or dehydrate them for a few hours for a warm, gooey fudgy experience!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

These are the best raw chocolate cookies that I've ever had. It's a bit touch and go whether they even need to be dehydrated at all, since the batter is quite dry and conceivably you can form them into cookies and eat as is or refrigerate so that they firm up even more. But when dehydrated for a few hours they get gooey and warm and they're so good! They will never get crispy though (due to the coconut oil), so if dehydrating don't bother dehydrating for more than a few hours.

This recipe does require a number of ingredients, unlike this simple lemon cookie recipe. But the flavor is worth it, because sometimes you just need that chocolatey fix.

I especially recommend eating these cookies warm. The insides are gooey and fudgey while the outside is kind of crispy. It's a perfect fix if you're missing the comfort and flavour of fresh-baked cookies!

If you're looking to really replicate a delicious, fatty-tasting cookie, make sure to add the coconut oil. It really makes or breaks these raw chocolate fudge cookies.

Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 86 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Fat.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron, Riboflavin, and Vitamin E.

Amounts per 43 g (2 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 196 8 %
Protein 6 g 10 %
Fat 13 g 16 %
Carbohydrates 18 g 5 %
Dietary Fiber 3 g 11 %
Sugars 10 g
Calcium 40 mg 4 %
Iron 1.9 mg 14 %
Sodium 13 mg 1 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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how many calories in each one do you guestimate?

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Hi Genevieve, not sure - I don't think in calories, I think in terms of yum! But you can easily plug the ingredients into fitday or another online calorie counter and find out. Sorry, I do not provide calorie info

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I usually use cacoa powder rather thn cocoa, will that be okay?

We decided to eat raw foods in July and your website and recipes have bee a wonderful help in the transition. BTW I have lost 40 pounds and gained a lot of energy! I will never go back to the normal toxic North American cooked, toxic food diet!

Thanks sooo much!!!

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You are awesome Ruth! Way to go :)

Re: coconut, you could use hempseed hearts instead

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I just made these! The base flavor is fantastic, but I took it a bit further: divided the dough in three batches, added chili to the first one (about 1.5 t of aji amarillo), rolled the second batch in coconut, and added 1.5 t spirulina to the last batch. They are dehydrating now, but I couldn't stop myself from taste testing, hehe.
I will probably process the nuts a bit more, my cookies don't look as nice and smooth as yours. BTW, I use soaked and dehydrated nuts, I don't process them wet. Is that why it was a bit different in texture?

To the person asking for carob powder, I don't see why not! I have Medicine Flower's dark chocolate extract, if you want the chocolate flavor without the caffeine, that works great!

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Hi Andrea, sometimes if you soak and dehydrate nuts they are less oily, so that might be why the texture was a bit different. I like your modifications! Chili is an interesting idea??

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I made these and couldn't be bothered dehydrating so just rolled into balls and coated in coconut (dessicated) YUMMMMMMM

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Glad you liked, ML!

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Vivien, I just made these, and they made 55 1 table spoon size cookies.

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Hi the biscuits look "to die for", just wondering if you can tell me how many biscuits i would expect to get out of the recipe please? I need to count calories and if the recipe makes fifty biscuits then the calories per biscuit is 64 calories each.
Thanks

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Has anyone tried to make these with carob powder instead of cacao?

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Hi,i just come across your site and I LOVE IT!With this recipe i do not own a dehyrator could you tell me a alternative?

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You cannot make this recipe without a dehydrator. Why not try these brownies instead? http://www.therawtarian.com/raw-brownie-recipe

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Just wondering what temp. I should dehydrate these at? Thank you soo much for all of your delicious recipes! My daughters love all of your treats!

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I usually put on high for first hour then lower to 105 or 110 for remaining time

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What kind of nuts can I use besides Almond I am allergic to them I want to try these out?

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I made these cookies along with your raw fudge- they are both AMAZINGLY good!!! I've recently found your website and have found the information, easiness of the recipes and yumminess of them fantastic! I've tried other raw books and have been disappointed with some of the recipes- all yours seem to be winners! Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into your website and for the amazing recipes you create- keep up the good work!!! :) Hugs xx

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Hugs right back atcha! :)

Thanks for your kind words. They mean a lot.

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i get tired of the taste of cashews sometimes so i rolled these in shredded coconut first and they were lovely! thanks!

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My pleasure Deborah. Thanks for being here and for sharing your coconut twist :)

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It looks like a very tasty recipe. I don't have a dehydrator... is there a workaround? I do have an oven but that will probably make them too hot I fear.

Thanks from the Netherlands!
Evert

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No, you need a dehydrator to make these.

Make raw brownies instead - (no dehydrator required) : http://www.therawtarian.com/raw-brownie-recipe

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My dehydrator just arrived a couple of days ago and I'm making these right now. I don't know if this is typical of all dehydrators, but mine has several different degree settings. For these cookies, what temp should I set this on?

Many thanks and thanks for your earlier feedback, too.

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If you want the enzymes to remain intact and not be damanged (a truely raw food), you are going to want to keep your temperature under 118 degrees (some say 115). Most everything I prepare that I want to label as "raw", I dehydrate around 108 degrees. If you dehydrate any higher you will be damanging the enzymes and the food will no longer be "raw".

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Agreed!

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