So I got some juice pulp recipees from goneraw.com, but I was still not satisfied, so I went kind of crazy and have been making up recipes with the pulp ever since. This is what I most recently came up with. Best if they stay a little moist and not too crunchy. More chewy, hence the name. Enjoy! Makes a great snack...

Recipe Directions

1. Soak and spout all nuts and fruit previously. Save carrot and beet pulp from juicing.

2. Add dates (without pits, of course. Soaking makes the pits come out easier.) and prunes to the food processor and process until thick and sticky. Add some water from the soaked prunes.

3. Combine all ingredients. You want kind of a thick, very moist (not watery though) mixture.

4. Make flat cookie shaped patties and place on the dehydrator.

5. Dehydrate all night (8 hours). If you have a very powerful dehydrator, the point is to keep them kind of chewy and somewhat moist, not stiff nor too hard. I overdehydrated them the first time.

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By orquidea

So I got some juice pulp recipees from goneraw.com, but I was still not satisfied, so I went kind of crazy and have been making up recipes with the pulp ever since. This is what I most recently came up with.

Best if they stay a little moist and not too crunchy. More chewy, hence the name.

Enjoy! Makes a great snack before a good rock climb!

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I tried this recipe. I put all the ingredients in the food processor. The taste was interesting. I was taken aback by the beet. It seemed strong but after the second cookie, I really liked the cherry/beet dynamic. The sesame seeds added a nice touch.

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I tried this recipe. I put all the ingredients in the food processor. The taste was interesting. I was taken aback by the beet. It seemed strong but after the second cookie, I really liked the cherry/beet dynamic. The sesame seeds added a nice touch.

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