A sweet tart cookie that can be moist or crispy as you choose. High snarfability level.

Recipe Directions

Process the raspberries till crumbs or not quite smooth if not frozen.
Mix processed raspberries with all other ingredients in bowl. Kneed it well, let it sit a while and kneed it again.
Form into little flat cookie shapes and dehydrate 8 hours at 115 for a moister cookie, or untill crispy for crunchy biscuits.
Just don’t dip them in your tea unless you want porrige.

Krystale's Thoughts

A sweet tart cookie that can be moist or crispy as you choose. High snarfability level.

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I'd say it's about a cup once processed. Pineapple is on my list to try. I use NuStevia, and I don't think it has an aftertaste. It used to be better before it got new and improved, but I still think it's the best.

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I'd say it's about a cup once processed. Pineapple is on my list to try. I use NuStevia, and I don't think it has an aftertaste. It used to be better before it got new and improved, but I still think it's the best.

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Hey Krystale, this sounds like an easy and delicious treat. I bet you could substitute most any fruit. Can you estimate what the yield of raspberries is once processed? I would like to try it with other fruits and would like to know how much to use (in cups). What brand of stevia do you use? Does it have an after taste?

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