Recipe Directions

1. Put buckwheat into a food processor and add all the other ingredients. Process.

2. Take small amounts of mixture and form into a ball in your hand.

3. Roll in coconut if you like and place on a Teflex sheet.

4. Take a cup of cold water and dip a fork into it. Flatten each little ball into a cookie. The fork dipped in water helps it to stop sticking to the cookie.

5. Dry in dehydrator at 145 Fahrenheit for the first hour. Then turn down to 115 or at a lower temperature if you prefer dry.

6. Flip cookies over for remaining time. Dry until chewy and soft or crunchy!

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By sweetpea

Lovely crunchy cookie for breakfast, traveling, or as a afternoon snack!

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GREAT idea! I love how they're not packed with nuts! PROPS.

I'll try this this weekend!

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This looks sooo good. I have alot of the stuff to make it too. I gotta try this. And I agree with Kyko above. It's nice to see cookies without being all nuts. Thanx for posting. :)

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they look great. I love using apricots, thanks for sharing it.

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This looks sooo good. I have alot of the stuff to make it too. I gotta try this. And I agree with Kyko above. It's nice to see cookies without being all nuts. Thanx for posting. :)

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GREAT idea! I love how they're not packed with nuts! PROPS.

I'll try this this weekend!

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they look great. I love using apricots, thanks for sharing it.

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