Recipe Directions

  • 1. Place almonds in food processor. Process until very fine - slightly coarser than flour. You are making almond flour! Will still have a few small chunks, but that's ok.
  • 2. Place "almond flour" into large bowl. Add everything else except raisins. Stir with spoon until well combined, resembling cookie dough.
  • 3. Add raisins and stir again until will distributed.
  • 4. Place bowl in fridge for one hour. Once refrigerated for one hour, mold into cookie shapes. Serve immediately.
  • 5. Store leftover cookies in refrigerator. (Cookies are best served right out of fridge, otherwise they will crumble.)

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Try these refrigerator cookies with a tall glass of chilled cashew milk. Just like grandma used to make!

As written, these cookies are super sweet. Ease up on the honey - start with slightly less than the called-for measurement.

As with many of my recipes, the coconut oil is extremely important for hardening this recipe. Do not omit.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 82 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a good source of Riboflavin, and Vitamin E.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein.

Amounts per 45 g (2 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 225 9 %
Protein 5 g 8 %
Fat 16 g 20 %
Carbohydrates 19 g 5 %
Dietary Fiber 3 g 9 %
Sugars 13 g
Calcium 68 mg 7 %
Iron 1 mg 8 %
Sodium 60 mg 3 %
Source: USDA

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Hi! Love that you have a "keep on hand at all times" rule. This will help you sooo much in times of need! Preparadness is so key. Love it.

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these are amazing! i now have them on my "keep on hand at all times" list. i have made them several times. if all healthy food tasted like this, no one would want to eat anyway else.

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Cranberries sound like a good substitute. Glad your friends loved them, too!

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Layla79's Review

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So, so good!

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Hi Layla!

So glad you enjoyed these little cookies. Did you share them or gobble them all up yourself?

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All myself as usual ;)

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Thatta girl ;)

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adriana's Review

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Flavour of my mums walnut Xmass strudel...took me back to my childhood,thought I will never taste it again and thanks to you, miricle happend and here it is...My favorit Xmass treat... And raw...
I bought 36 kg of fresh dates, so I put 9 dates instead of honey,the result was to die for...
I thought to improve it even more and I replaced almonds for walnuts...not a good idea! Tasted still very good, but as you explained in your nut replacement video, the walnuts are oily and cookies were very soft...too soft..
Anyway.. Theese are my faverit cookies so far...
Thanks again..
Adriana

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So glad these tickled your memory banks back to your childhood, Adriana. I love it when that happens. :)

It's too bad that the almond substitution didn't quite work out for you, but the plus side is that you'll know next time to use walnuts (or pecans, which have a similar texture/oiliness)!

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Delicious! !!!! Reminds me of Tollhouse cookie dough!!!

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Oooh, thanks for sharing that! Glad you like!

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alexsummer123's Review

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These are amazing!!!! I'm still loving them after eating them three times so I know they are a keeper!

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Oooh, good to hear, Alex! :)

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Delicious and easy! I did half quick oats and half almonds. I am guessing the oats make them not totally raw but great recipe thanks

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Glad you enjoyed the cookies, Jennie!

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Ieva's Review

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I made these cookies for a family gathering and today, after tasting the dough off my fingers, I seriously considered packing up a hunting knife, fishing rod, a tent and these cookies and moving out to live in the woods. Alone. With my cookies.

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Hee hee, Ieva. Thanks for my morning chuckle! :)

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Lara's Review

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Really yummy! I swapped the raisins for dates as my kids are not
that keen on raisins. So nice. Thanks again!

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Swapping is good! Especially when it comes to tempting the kids! :)

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These were AMAZING!!! My kids loved them!!! So fast so tasty!!!!

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So glad they were a hit at your place, MW!

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Dave's Review

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I replaced the almonds with old fashioned oats and they turned out amazing. Will make again and again and again.

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Good substitute, Dave! :)

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Mary's Review

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Made these and they were sooooooo good. Made them for some friends and they loved them and wanted the recipe.. I did use cranberries instead of raisins and loved it:)

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Cranberries sound like a good substitute. Glad your friends loved them, too!

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is it okay if i don't use honey/maple syrup ?

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Hi Hannah,

You will need something to sweeten though - perhaps you can add 1/2 cup dates to the almond flour, then process again until the dates are small

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Hi! Love that you have a "keep on hand at all times" rule. This will help you sooo much in times of need! Preparadness is so key. Love it.

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