Recipe Directions

Mix all ingredients together. I used a 2” cookie scoop and packed the “batter” in tightly. Gently drop the cookie balls onto a Teflex sheet and dehydrate for 8 hours on 115 degrees.

Rawkid's Thoughts

These have a big nutmeg flavor but are delish!!!! If you don’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!

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Fillie's Review

Apple Oatmeal Raisin Cookie
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Made a variation of these which include zuchinni and a bananna :). The dough was wonderful so im sure the cookies will be as well. Great way to break in the spiralizer!

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In the process of making these right now! Didn't have agave so I substituted a half cup maple syrup and half cup water and let the oats and raisins soak in it for about 20 mins while I got ready for work. The water substitution seemed to really bring it to a doughy consistency in the processor. The dough alone tastes amazing, I can't imagine how good they will be warm from the dehydrator!!

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Just made my first batch.

I used blended dates instead of the agave and substituted coconut shavings for the apple.

The 'raw' dough tasted delicious!!!!!

I spread it out on a sheet and am planning on cutting it into 'bars', sorta like flapjack.

Can't wait for them to be done :))))))

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Agave is the binder in the recipe. Some of us did have to add a few drops of water to get things moving.

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what binds this together? i am new to raw but maybe missing something, looks good!

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I tried making these today. They didn't stick together that well at all. I didn't put the entire amount of agave because I thought it was too much. Oh well.....the taste is awesome. Apple cinnamon raisin granola?.....breakfast maybe? Thanks for the recipe. Maybe better luck next time!

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joannabanana- funny! That used to be my nickname as a kid! :D I don't see why not...I certainly ate my fair share before it was dehydrated.

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i don't have a dehydrator. could i just eat them as they are? i have all the ingredients and really want to make them, but don't want it to be a waste.

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Caleb- Funny, I am trying that right now! I took half of the apple and used the food processor and also added 1 cup soaked dates (instead of using agave). I like having to bite into an apple once in a while, so I did not do the whole apple this way. I found that I needed to use some of the soak water to get things moving in the food processor. rawvie-I did not soak the oats.

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Hi can you tel me if the Oat are soak

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I'm wondering if shredding the apples in a food processor first would be better than chopping them finely? I may try it. I made some apple cinnamon cookies doing this a while back.

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3relefords- Yes, they are steel cut oats. I suppose you could make them with groats. I don't see why not! :D Let me know how they turn out. I am making some more right now!

Change them up! Add your fav ingredients and see what happens! I think that this is an easily adjustable recipe.

Blessings!

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I really like the ways these came out.....they look very good. Beautiful picture. Your picture looks like steel cut oats, do you think I could make these with groats? I'm always searching for a tasty nut free dessert. I hope I like these. I'll post after I've made them. Thanks for the recipe.

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Oh wow, these look delicious. I love nutmeg! Thanks for posting, I'm making these tomorrow.

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