I made this one day just trying to figure out a way to use up some walnuts that I had laying around. The measurements are just estimated. I just kind of threw it all together by my tastes. It worked best for me when there was enough honey to make it soft and mushy. I know these aren’t exactly oatmeal cookies either....

Recipe Directions

Ground up walnuts in smaller pieces. Then in a seperate bowl mix up honey or maple syrup, cinnamon, and raisins. Then add walnuts a little at a time while stirring. Mixture should be soft and mushy, and able to stick together well like wet sand. Then put in dehydrator at 105 degrees for approx 24 hours. Enjoy!

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By AliciaD

I made this one day just trying to figure out a way to use up some walnuts that I had laying around. The measurements are just estimated. I just kind of threw it all together by my tastes. It worked best for me when there was enough honey to make it soft and mushy. I know these aren’t exactly oatmeal cookies either. My husband tried them and thats what he thought it tasted like. Which I think they do too.

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This is the first thing i've made in my new dehydrator that actually tastes good! The cinnamon is awesome! Thanks!

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Thank you for the recipie AliciaD =)

I made these cookies today. They're very sweet with the honey and raisins. I might use less honey next time. But they are so yummy! I love the cinnamon and raisin flavour.

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I'm making this right now!

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Hi I am going to try this. My boyfriend has a sweet tooth and I need to keep a cookie jar full of cookies available so he won't eat a whole bag of chip ahoy or something!

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