Recipe Directions

1. Use your food processor (or blender) to combine all ingredients, except for the oats and raisins.

2. Transfer to a bowl and mix in the oats well.

3. Add the raisins, continuing to stir them in.

COOKIES/SCONES

4. When you form your cookies, use a spoon to scoop a small amount into your palm, squeeze tightly, and roll between palms and get it to form a tight ball.

5. Press down with palms to form a round patty for cookies, or manipulate the patty to a triangle shape if you'd like to serve it as a scone.

6. Place them on your dehydrator racks at 110 F for about 4 hours, flipping after the first two hours, or alternately set the dehydrator even lower at 104 F and allow for more drying time.

A Grateful Life's Thoughts

By A Grateful Life

These kind of taste like oatmeal raisin cookies, only with the added wholesome sweetness of bananas, dates, and a touch of maple syrup, helping us eliminate the flour, refined sugar, and butter.

Another healthy sweet tooth recipe? Yup!

Takes under 10 minutes to make your dough. Dehydrating times vary, though mine took about 4 hours.

These scones may look like they'd be dry as they are oat based, but I promise you when you bite in, you'll experience all the moistness that the bananas offer. Everyone loves these right out of the dehydrator while they are still warm.

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It'll still be good to eat without dehydrating, like eating the cookie dough instead of the cookie.

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I have made this several times and it is super easy and really really good! Highly recommend!

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dordee67- you can set your oven on really low (maybe 100degrees, or the warm setting?) and you get similar results. It make take several hours though.

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dordee67- you can set your oven on really low (maybe 100degrees, or the warm setting?) and you get similar results. It make take several hours though.

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I have made this several times and it is super easy and really really good! Highly recommend!

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It'll still be good to eat without dehydrating, like eating the cookie dough instead of the cookie.

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i'm REALLY new to this site, just starting out actually on the gone raw lifestyle. These sound amazing but i DO NOT have a dehydrator......any suggestions???

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