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! This also is a very quick recipe. Great for munchies!    

Recipe Directions

1. Mix ingredients together and use a cookie scooper to place mounds onto dehydrator screens or cookie sheets.

2. Dehydrate for an hour or two until desired texture at 105-145 Fahrenheit.

Notes:

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).

For those who are strictly raw, be sure to use the raw oat flakes; I played without using the raw flakes and have also made this with quinoa flakes and it worked out really well.

According to Gabriel Cousens and other info I have found, it is fine to go to a higher temperature for the first couple of hours without destroying enzymes, but either works well. And yes, these are great straight out of the bowl.

Devachal's Thoughts

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!

This also is a very quick recipe. Great for munchies!

 

 

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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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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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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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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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