Tastes exactly like the no-bake cookie dough I ate as a kid. Seems quite versatile. You can warm it up in the dehydrator, when refridgerated it gets hard. I broke it into pieces and served it as chocolate cereal for my four-year-old. But, its excellent straight from the bowl too!

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Tastes exactly like the no-bake cookie dough I ate as a kid. Seems quite versatile. You can warm it up in the dehydrator, when refridgerated it gets hard. I broke it into pieces and served it as chocolate cereal for my four-year-old. But, its excellent straight from the bowl too!

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I used Irish oats and some ground flax seed then substituted honey instead and they are great. I didn't use wax paper to put them on but I rubbed flax seed oil on a pizza pan and placed them on it and put them in the fridge.

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Indysay's Review

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I made these with leftover almond meal from a batch of almond milk I just made in place of the oat groats (thus my rating is based on altered ingredients) and it tastes pretty good! Filling, and will be a great snack for the times I get really hungry and just need a little something.

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I just bought organic Whole Raw Rolled Oats from a grocery store here in Metro Atlanta. They are from LoveRawFoods (www.loverawfoods.com) and are a product of Blue Mtn Organics in Virginia - if anyone is interested in raw rolled oats! Looking forward to trying this recipe!

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I just had a brain storm as I'm munching my oat groat version. You could blend up the oat groats in HS blender and then you'd have a dough. Brownies?! Little raw vanilla ice cream.. The plot thickens. ;)

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emilyjayne's Review

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I just made this for lunch. Yummy! I used maple syrup & agave (1/2 & 1/2) and added a dash of salt. I like a touch of salt with oats. I used Gluten Free Oat groats, but imagine the rolled would be super yummy. I used almond a cacoa too. Spread it on a banana and I'm on a sugar high! ;)

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I added peanut butter; but it made it way sweet; so it's like a chocolate bar in a bowl. But still really good.

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I am transitioning as well; and only have normal peanut butter for now. Next month I am stalking up on Almond butter and the like. I will try the receipe with just plain old peanut butter. I can't wait to get rid of this jar. Thanks for the reciepe.

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this is a great recipe! I added a couple handfuls of chopped nuts to mine. Also as far as the problem of rolled oats goes I'd try coconut flakes, I would imagine that would keep the chewyness.

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I saw yeaterday on Alissa Cohen's website that she is selling trully raw rolled oats. Anybody know if they are trully raw?

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Oat groats are not raw, either. There is one source of truly raw oats: www.sunorganic.com Just make sure you order hulless oats for sprouting; the oat groats are heated and so are the rolled oats. "Cacao, Oat, Nut butter Crack" - that's funny!

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These were awesome and I had totally forgotten about no-bake cookies until I saw this, but the resemblance is dead on. I used date syrup. I know the oats are not raw, but I'm transitioning and I don't like to waste food, so I've been trying to figure out how to use my rolled oats without cooking them more. Great idea, thanks!

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When I next use this recipe, I'm going to grind the oats a little first. This mixture was a little too chewy for me, though it did satisfy my incurable sweet tooth ;

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Ok Ladies n Gents. If you can get past the idea that the rolled oats are not raw... like I did, I tell you, these cookies could end a marriage... or trigger a proposal. They are simply awesome. If you are a recovering sweet food junky, this is your fix. Its like Cacao, Oat, Nut butter Crack.
Sounds like some folks found some raw oats to use, Ill try those next time.

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Yum, I love these. I got the raw rolled oats from Allissa Cohen's website. They could use a little soaking before making this.

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I just tried this tonight. I used almond butter, carob powder, and date syrup. I used a tad less of almond butter and carob powder and probably a few more dates (like 7). This was excellent. I used regular oats that I put into the grinder to make it into a powdery form (with some pieces of oats left). This was incredibly yummy...I tried rolling some into balls with coconut shred but it can be very sticky. I will try to dehydrate next time. It definately satisfied my sweet tooth!!

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ps.I tried it plain, with almond milk, and dehydrated for an hour...They were just like a cookie when dehydrated..even my meat eating hubby loved them.

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I tried this recipe. I added my almond meat (from making almond milk) to them. Delicious..Kids loved too.

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This is wonderful!!! We just made it and my 8yo son totally flipped for it. LOL!

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You can buy oat flakers that roll the oat kernels for you (so its guarenteed to be raw). Just google "oat flaker" and heaps will pop up. The cost a bit from the outset but in the long run its worth it.
Cheers

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She sells really raw carob too. Just to let you know they aren't raw. The carob has to be heated to be grounded into a powder. So if you trust her site go ahead. I have her book and she doesn't seem to know or mention many things that aren't raw. For example she uses Braggs amino a lot. She also uses Nutritional yeast which is not raw.

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Ok, so they are not actually raw (I've been researching for the last twenty minutes). Grrr. The other night I made some and didn't have enough oats so I put some buckwheat in. It was good, made it crunchy though and I really prefer the chewy texture. Alissa Cohen sells "Really Raw Oats" that are oat flakes. I haven't ordered any yet, but maybe that would work.

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I wonder if you could use sprouted groats and then process them into a meal before adding to the rest of the ingredients. That might taste as good too.

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Are rolled oats raw? I have heard that oats are steamed in the process and the only way to eat them raw is by buying oat groats and sprouting them. I would love it if this were not true. Any thoughts? This recipe looks wonderful.

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