Recipe Directions

  • Put nut plup into food processor
  • Add dates
  • Blend for about 30 seconds until just starting to form a paste (you may have to add a little water to make it a bit sticky)
  • Add cinnamon
  • Blend again until well mixed
  • Roll a tablespoon amount of mixture into a ball (wet hands are best)
  • Place on dehydrator tray (or regular tray if using the sun)
  • Flatten to desired thickness
  • Dehydrate until the middle is soft and outside is a little dry (2 days by sun, No clue by dehydrator)

KurdishMom0607's Thoughts

After making my first nut milk I didn’t know what to do with the pulp.. so using what I had in the fridge at the time I made this “kookies”. I don’t have a dehydrator so I used the sun… it takes a bit longer but it was worth it in the end.

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I made this with walnut pulp and they were really good! My hubby LOVED them and he doesn't usually like the raw food stuff I make. He actually ended up eating them all... I just got a nibble. :( But I will definitely be making these again.

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These cookies went over so well with my non-raw-in-laws that I've decided to follow-up this recipe with a sequel. But this time I'm going to try walnuts instead. This recipe is so simple to make (probably cause I'm still a beginner non-cooker) but when it was done it tasted great and really satisfies a sweet tooth. I'd love to hear about any changes/add-ins that anyone does and how they turned out..

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hey kmom, looking great!!!! ill try these..in my dehydrator! ;)

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Such a great idea! I tried to make walnut butter with my leftover mush (walnut milk is de-lish, but the way...) but i never could get the consistency right. Cookies sound way more fun :)

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