Recipe Directions

Process apples until small pieces. Add apples and the rest of the ingredients in a bowl. Mix with hands until incorporated, it’s fun!

Using a small ice cream scooper, scoop out and place on the teflex sheets. Dry overnight and 4 additional hour the next morning. Enjoy the little energy cookies!

Note: You can add walnut pieces into the cookie as well! You can also make round cookie shapes, not a problem.

Cheflandria's Thoughts

By Cheflandria

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I like packing these cookies in my jersey pockets for a bike ride or snacking it during the day. A quick energy cookie. I get a small ice cream scooper and use that for each of the cookie so they all shape and dry evenly.

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Territa's Review

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What a fantastic use for almond pulp! Tasty, chewy apple cookies - yum! I will definitely be making this again! Thanks for posting!

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at what temp do you dehydrate these?

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This sounds like a great post work out snack, cant wait to try it!

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I make something very similar but instead of dehydrating, I pop them in the freezer:)

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YESSS!!

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Hmm, wonder if they'd be good with a little bit of cacao niblets....

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smoothielove, i've heard people use the oven at "warm" temp. Not sure how long it can be dehydrated but that may be an option!

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This sounds yummy I dont have a dehydrator though =(

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I love the name, haha

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oh yeah, most definitely, I couldn't agree more! :-)

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I always dehydrate my almond meal after I make milk and then use it for coconut macaroons or cinnamon rolls. It works great.

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Me too and that's great! I always just toss it because everyting I tried to make with it turned out... not as good as i hoped. Now I got some great guidelines. THANKS!

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LTMeadows, yes you are absolutely correct! We make almond milk all the time.

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I noticed you had almond pulp in some of your other recipes too. Is that just the almond remains after making almond milk?

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ohh these sound yummy!

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