I’m sorry I didn’t write quantities, I just don’t have the book from where this recipe came from right now. I’m gonna put the ratios in when I get home! Well anyway, my raw frind made some of these for me as a gift, and they were SOOOOOOOOOOO YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!! I honestly thought the blomde...

Recipe Directions

Mix everything in a bowl or standing mixer until nice and doughy. Form into balls and dehydrate them on a teflex sheet until they are firm, stiff, but still soft. I guess 12-20 hours. Stuff yourselves!

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I’m sorry I didn’t write quantities, I just don’t have the book from where this recipe came from right now. I’m gonna put the ratios in when I get home! Well anyway, my raw frind made some of these for me as a gift, and they were SOOOOOOOOOOO YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!! I honestly thought the blomde ones were better, but if you really like chocolate, maybe you’ll like those better. These ingredients don’t sound like one of the best things you’ll ever eat, but these are definately heavenly!

Note: for chocolate macaroons, replace the almond flour with an equal amount of raw cocoa powder.

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Your welcome Luna blu!! I know, aren't they amazing??!!!! Did you make the chocolate ones or the blonde ones? Yeah, my mother's friend made them. She makes things alot, she's is one good friend, your right! oxo

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OMG!! I just made these and ate way too much of the 'batter'! You say your friend made these for you as a girt? That is one wonderful friend!!! These are simply gorgious! Nice and SWEET. Just what you want when the sweet tooth monster strikes!!! YUUUUUUM! Thanks for posting this!oxo :)

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Yeah, I think that's true of the chocolate macaroons, but the white ones are heavenly when dehydrated! :)

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I make these with a little coconut butter which creates a chewier treat. I happen to think that these taste better without dehydration, kinda like a truffle... yummy.

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Chris-of course you can have a job too! My challenge is just to figure out how to open up a shop. lol Or I could just open up a really big stand outside my house and have all these premaid little goodies. :)

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I'll drive to MD to see the claire shop :). Can I have a job too?

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quantities added! :)

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I just made this. Of course they have not gotten stiff yet but the dough is wonderful.

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Luna blu-yes, you can use raw agave. And yes, you can grind almonds into fine flour. Except soak them and dehydrate them for 12 hours first, and then you can grind them into flour. Just be careful not to grind it into almond butter. Let me know how they turn out!

123-yeah, that's a good idea for the cookie scoop! And yes I should open up a raw sweet shop. If everybody on this site cam to it, I'd give them all free food! lol

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I use a cookie scoop for making things like this. You ought to open a raw sweet shop!

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Can I use raw agave necter instead of maple syrup? Can I just grind up almonds fine and use that instead of the flour? Can't wait for the quantities, I will make these when my green smoothie fast/feat is over. Then I will pig out on them! ;)

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