Recipe Directions

1. In a Vitamix (or food processor), combine all the ingredients except the diced apples. This should come out as a thick, chewy texture. It requires some help with a large spoon as it’s mixing because the dates keep it from moving, but do the best you can.

2. Empty into a bowl and add in the diced apples. Mix with clean hands preferably.

3. Take a golf ball size of the dough and spread in a cookie shape with your hands and place them in the dehydrator. I sprinkled some extra cinnamon over mine, which is optional.

4. Set temperature at 145 Fahrenheit and let it dry for 7 hours.

5. Turn them over and repeat for another 7 hours. If you like them extra soft and chewy, about 10 hours would be perfect. More of a crisp will need the 14 hours with an additional hour sitting out on a plate. Or you could just adjust it to the temperature you’re used to.

OceanBliss's Thoughts

By OceanBliss

 

This will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth!

Mine made approximately 15-18 cookies but the dough expands really well, so it makes quite a bit.

I hope you like these just as much as I do!

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This looks so good!

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Oops, sorry for the typo, I meant 145 F. I'll change that.

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Maybe 145 for an hour then drop it to below 115. Anything over an hour above 118 and you'll probably kill everything.

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meyuki - Lol, I do that too! I can never let them hang around for too long, they're just soo good. Glad you liked them!!

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I ate all of mine in two days T___T now I have to wait until I buy more hazelnuts before I can make any more! I love them thank you so much :)

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This looks so good!

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I make these quite often and I don't soak the nuts first. I believe that these can be made without a dehydrator, just set them out on a plate for a few hours so they harden a bit, unless you don't mind eating extremely chewy, sticky and very soft cookies.

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Did you or did anyone soak the nuts or dates first? Has anyone made these without a dehydrator? has anyone made these WITH a dehydrator, and if so, what temp did you set it at? I am making these tonight but not sure if i should soak anything...

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That's what I was thinking, I'm kind of new to the dehydrator. I'll remember that for next time, thanks!

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Maybe 145 for an hour then drop it to below 115. Anything over an hour above 118 and you'll probably kill everything.

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Oops, sorry for the typo, I meant 145 F. I'll change that.

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That should probably read as "45"

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Uh, "set temp at 450"??? I'm assuming this is a typo..... Otherwise, they sound (and look) quite tasty!

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