A great way to use sesame pulp for something sweet.

Recipe Directions

Mix sesame pulp with maca and cinnamon. In separate bowl, mash bananas with honey and vanilla. Combine everything.

Roll into balls and press into cookie shape. Dehydrate 4-8 hours. Turn over and dehydrate for another 4-8 hours. The more they dehydrate, the crispier they get.

Or you can make them really thin, dehydrate for a shorter period so they stay soft and use them like crepes to roll up sweet fruits, puddings, jams, or sauces. Especially good with my Banana Macadamia Nut Cream.

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A great way to use sesame pulp for something sweet.

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Hi chp201, I get Maca from the bulk herb section at a health-food store. It is high in protein. We don't have a Whole Foods store here in Hawaii, so I don't know if they carry it. I imagine you could make these without Maca, or substitute ground nuts instead and they would still come out great.

Here is what raworganics.com has to say about maca:

"Organic Premium Maca Root -- Lepidium meyenii -- is a mat-like perennial that grows between 13,000 and 14,500 feet above sea level in the high Andean plateaus of Peru. Maca's tuberous roots resemble those of its relative the radish. It is rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and iron, and contains trace minerals, including zinc, iodine, copper, selenium, bismuth, manganese and silica, as well as B vitamins. It also contains four alkaloids proven in scientific investigation to nourish the endocrine glands, including the reproductive system of men and women."

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sounds really yummmy!! What is maca powder --can I get it at Whole Foods?

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