Recipe Directions

1) Pour almond meal, pysillum husks, maca powder, lucuma powder, vanilla powder and oatmeal (soaked raw steal-cut oat grots) in a food processor with a S-Blade attached to it, and grind until the mixture starts to ball up.
2) Pour mixture on a large bowl.
3) Add the agave nectar and maple sirup, and mix with a large fork.
4) Use the distilled water to wet your hands and for balls of desidered size, wetting your hands before forming each ball, until the mixture is completely used. You need to wet your hands before making each ball, otherwise the mixture will ball up but it will be to dry. When flattening, it may fall appart.
5) Cut a baking paper piece large enough to cover your working surface, or dust the working surface with mesquite meal, for example.
6) With the bottom of a large round glass, flaten the balls into circles. Wet, of powder the bottom of the glass with mesquite meal before flatten each ball.
7) If necessary and wanting perfect cookie circles, use your fingerstips to shappe the cookies into circles, or use a round cookie cutter.
8) Place then on a flat place. You can eat them right away, chewy soft consistency, or for a more firm consistency, store them for at least 45 minutes in the freezer. They won’t freeze. They will become firm. Alternatively, you can dehydratate them until desired moisture is achived. You can store them longe in the freezer and let them thaw for 5 minutes, they will still be crunchy.
They keep in the fridge up to 3 days and in the freezer for three months.

Jirizarry's Thoughts

I love cookies. The recipes on this website and other websites have inspired me of making my own raw cookies. I love oatmeal, and specially in cookies, so I came up with this recipe.
Chewy and firm apricot-prunes cookies, no need for dehydratation, with oatmeal (soaked raw steal-cut oat grots). A perfect breakfast with almond milk, a day snack, dessert or late night treat. My husband loved them!

Print This Recipe (PDF)

Click the button below to download the printable PDF.

Comments

Top voted

All

0 votes
+
Vote up!
-
Vote down!

I sprout raw oat groats all the time. They make the best oatmeal. I think this recipe would work with 12 soaked and then 24 hour sprouted oats.

0 votes
+
Vote up!
-
Vote down!

I cannot say all steel cut oat groats are raw because it depends on the company that cut them and pack them for selling. By definition, steel cut oats or any other kid of steel cut grain, is raw. It is the whole grain cut into three pieces with a gain flakes maker. The ones I buy in the country I live from the company I buy are raw. They are not rolled, they are not very thik flakes, which are steamed. they are steel cut, hard long thick flake. I like them because you can eat them raw, if you tolerate them, just by soaking them. I tolerate oats pretty good, but not wheat.

0 votes
+
Vote up!
-
Vote down!

Are steel - cut oat groats raw?
I have heard many varieties of oats are steamed.

Leave a Comment

Comment

  • Allowed HTML tags: <a> <p> <br>
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
  • Search Engines will index and follow ONLY links to allowed domains.

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.