I found another tasty way to use up that wonderful almond pulp left over from making almond mylk!

Recipe Directions

Take the pulp left over from making almond mylk, and add the juice of 1-2 oranges (depending on how much almond pulp you have). Mix well and spread on dehydrator sheets. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 5-10 hours depending on whether you spread it thick or thin.

Spread Thin: Makes delightful little thin crisps Spread Thicker: Makes a spongy light cookie, which a little bit of chew (hard to describe texture)

The crisps remind me of something “sinful” you would get if you went out for tea…yum!

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I found another tasty way to use up that wonderful almond pulp left over from making almond mylk!

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I tried to make these yesterday. They came out very crumbly and not as tasty as I expected. I took Ann's suggestion of adding the juice of 2 oranges and agave, but still very pulpy tasting. I think I will throw it in the processor and use it for pie crust instead.

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I quite enjoyed these. A little crumbly, but a very good flavour. I needed this recipe--my almond pulp was feeling quite lonely in the fridge. They still taste a little too...almond pulp-y lol, if you chew them too long. I would definately recommend adding the juice of two oranges, if not more. Hm, adding agave might be a good idea, too, just to even out that unmistakeable almond dough taste.

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Thank you for coming up with this one! So much almond pulp and nothing to do with it. These are Wonderful!

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I think these sound great. I'm experimenting with the gobs of almomd pulp that I've been saving. This is next on the list!

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Hooray, simple and tasty! I imagine the finished product depends a lot on the quality of the oranges. Too bad about that citrus frost this year...

I wanted these sweeter, so I ended up glazing them with wildflower honey. Only then did they gain widespread acceptance with my cooked-veg*n roommates. Went wonderfully with a cup of black tea.

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You know, I think you are right...LOL!! Thanks for catching that!

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These sound great and delightfully simple. I think you may have forgotten to add "orange juice" to the ingredients list.

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