I modified these from the wonderful recipe contributed by MammaCassa, in her No-Bake Cookies recipe. I have taken these to a whole new level! For those who are strictly raw, be sure to use the raw oat flakes; I played with using the raw out flakes and have also made this with quinoa flakes and it worked out really...

Recipe Directions

Preparation Mix it up and use a cookie scooper and place mounds onto dehydrator screens or cookie sheets. Dehydrate for an hour or two until desired texture at 105 to 145 degrees (according to Gabriel Cousens and other info I have found, it is fine to go to a higer temperature for the first couple of hours without destroying enzymes, but either works well). And yes, these are great straight out of the bowl. Feel free to play with the measurements as I did; some of you may prefer 1/2 cup of sweetener but for me this was too sweet and I found 1/4 cup perfect (or even less).

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By devachal

I modified these from the wonderful recipe contributed by MammaCassa, in her No-Bake Cookies recipe. I have taken these to a whole new level! For those who are strictly raw, be sure to use the raw oat flakes; I played with using the raw out flakes and have also made this with quinoa flakes and it worked out really well. This also is a very quick recipe, great for munchies!

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This recipe should be called "mighty tasty, super easy chocolate chip cookie goodness!" I've made it twice already. I dehydrate a little longer (at 100 degrees) so they'll keep in the fridge for me - great lunch treat. One time I added small chunks of a mature coconut I had dehydrated - delicious!

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I just made these. I didn't sprout the quinoa flakes...I have already licked it off of my hands! Can't wait until they are done

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Can you sprout quinoa flakes?

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I use this recipe as a base for every other cookie recipe..today I added goji berries and raisins (omitting the cacao nibs and powder). If I am running low on nut butter I add some water (since that helps it all stick together). I also vary my dehydrating time if I want a crunchier or chewier cookie. I also always double the recipe since my housemate can't get enough of these.

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You can make coconut cream but running mature coconut flesh through a juicer.

I just sprouted some quinoa, wonder if I can use it....

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Hi there. Just made these, omitting the cocoa powder cuz I don't like them too chocolatey... and adding just a bit of salt for that tollhouse taste. yum! oh I haven't even taken them out of the dehydrator yet!

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Hi! This sounds yummy.... could I make them peanut buttery??

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Hi This sounds very intriguing. I have some quinoa soaking right now for sprouting. Can you make your own quinoa flakes or did you buy them? How did you make them if you did? Thanks a lot!

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I get my coconut cream concentrate from www.tropicaltraditions.com. Artisana's Coconut Butter is actually the whole coconut, not the oil and is the same as coconut cream. I found raw oats online, but I am also ok with using quinoa or regular oats. If you google it, a lot of sources should come up. Good luck!

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I was wondering that myself, then saw that the recipe for Berry Parfait tells you how to make it. Both look sooo good!

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Where do you get coconutcream, I have seen it in few recipes, but have never been able to find it? Also any good sources for raw rolled oats.

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