Recipe Directions

1. Put nut pulp into food processor. Add dates.

2. 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).

3. Add cinnamon. Blend again until well mixed.

4. Roll a tablespoon amount of mixture into a ball (wet hands are best).

5. Place on dehydrator tray (or regular tray if using the sun). Flatten to desired thickness.

6. Dehydrate until the middle is soft and outside is a little dry (2 days by sun. No clue by dehydrator.).

KurdishMom0607's Thoughts

By KurdishMom0607

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

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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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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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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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