Recipe Directions

Combine in a bowl the first four ingredients, flax and spices. Set aside.
(if you had it on hand, here would be a great place to add maybe some almond flour or cashew or coconut flour even???)
In a separate bowl combine the coconut butter down thru the warm water. Mix well.
(again, tweaking could be done here… add ripe banana or grated apple?... switch up coconut water for the plain water?... use a diff. nut butter?...)
Add the wet to the dry, and just mix. Fold in 1 C. raisins.
I dehydrated some and also just froze some to add to my banana icecreams… the dehydrated were popular with others, but i almost preferred it just chilled/firmed, so whatever you prefer.
The thing I noticed was the flax was somewhat apparent near the end of a mouthful of chewing, so those who don’t like that flaxy-ness might not enjoy? Try a nut or seed flour/dry pulp perhaps…

Gorb's Thoughts

These were a spur of the moment attempt at quelling a craving… Perhaps some tweaking is in order. But for the limited ingredients I had on hand and the simplicity (took about 5 minutes), they were really quite excellent. The measurements are estimations, just go with the flow/taste as you go :)

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I was craving something sweet today and had all the ingred. to make this. Totally hit the spot! Added cranberries and only used 1/4 of the water. Thanks.

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Oh, delicious! I needed something quick today, and didn't even take the time to measure. I used only ground flax, raw almond butter, coconut butter, and agave. I ate half the batter, and I'm dehydrating the rest to see how that tastes.

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i can never ground my flax seeds all the way in my food processor, but I made them anyways and love 'em! thank you..

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lovly and sounds really like a comfort snack with a nice cup of tea... ~thank you!

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