Overview

Try these raw cinnamon raisin "oatmeal" cookies with a tall glass of chilled cashew milk. Just like grandma used to make!
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    1 hour 5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    10 servings
  • Yield

    10 cookies
  • Shelf Life

    4 days in fridge
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Place almonds in food processor. Process until very fine - slightly coarser than flour. You are making almond flour! Will still have a few small chunks, but that's ok.
  • 2. Place "almond flour" into large bowl. Add everything else except raisins. Stir with spoon until well combined, resembling cookie dough.
  • 3. Add raisins and stir again until will distributed.
  • 4. Place bowl in fridge for one hour. Once refrigerated for one hour, mold into cookie shapes. Serve immediately.
  • 5. Store leftover cookies in refrigerator. (Cookies are best served right out of fridge, otherwise they will crumble.)

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Try these refrigerator cookies with a tall glass of chilled cashew milk. Just like grandma used to make!

As written, these cookies are super sweet. Ease up on the honey - start with slightly less than the called-for measurement.

As with many of my recipes, the coconut oil is extremely important for hardening this recipe. Do not omit.

Nutrition Overview

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  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a good source of Riboflavin, and Vitamin E.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein.

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Hi! Love that you have a "keep on hand at all times" rule. This will help you sooo much in times of need! Preparadness is so key. Love it.

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these are amazing! i now have them on my "keep on hand at all times" list. i have made them several times. if all healthy food tasted like this, no one would want to eat anyway else.

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Cranberries sound like a good substitute. Glad your friends loved them, too!

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Really yummy! I swapped the raisins for dates as my kids are not
that keen on raisins. So nice. Thanks again!

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Swapping is good! Especially when it comes to tempting the kids! :)

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These were AMAZING!!! My kids loved them!!! So fast so tasty!!!!

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So glad they were a hit at your place, MW!

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I replaced the almonds with old fashioned oats and they turned out amazing. Will make again and again and again.

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Good substitute, Dave! :)

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Made these and they were sooooooo good. Made them for some friends and they loved them and wanted the recipe.. I did use cranberries instead of raisins and loved it:)

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Cranberries sound like a good substitute. Glad your friends loved them, too!

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is it okay if i don't use honey/maple syrup ?

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Hi Hannah,

You will need something to sweeten though - perhaps you can add 1/2 cup dates to the almond flour, then process again until the dates are small

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Hi! Love that you have a "keep on hand at all times" rule. This will help you sooo much in times of need! Preparadness is so key. Love it.

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these are amazing! i now have them on my "keep on hand at all times" list. i have made them several times. if all healthy food tasted like this, no one would want to eat anyway else.

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