Recipe Directions

1. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.

2. Spoon out shape using a tablespoon.

3. Between each scoop, wet spoon with warm water to prevent sticking.

4. Dehydrate at 110 Fahrenheit for 8 hours. The cookies should still be a little moist in the middle. After it’s finished, it seems to continue to harden more at room temperature.

Notes:

You can play with this recipe in many ways. Include lemon and dried blueberries. Or just leave out the dried fruit to have a orange or lemon dessert.

I’ve have also tired putting a teaspoon of anise in with this recipe before (gives it a more biscotti taste). Very good!

It’s fun to experiment.

Rawvness's Thoughts

By rawvness

Whenever Christmas comes around, I always feel like some Christmas like cookies.

Cranberries and oranges always seem to be big.

My friend and I came up with this recipe as we were having cravings for a tart, yet sweet dessert.

 

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10 out of 10, awesome pic!

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Bee Pollen:

- Contains nearly all known nutrients, all 22 amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes.

- Great energy booster - taken for stamina and for weight control

- Natural source of protein

- Reduces effects of stress

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Bee pollen has vitamin B12, which is hard to come by in a vegetarian diet.

I love cran-orange, and I just bought some bee pollen yesterday to get my B12. Thank you so much for sharing! Also, I read your profile, and I loved how you explained things about what people ate before the flood, vs. after, and about people being sick. I had read scriptures about sick people being nourished with herbs, but it didn't occur to me that it meant vegetables! Herbs are plants; it makes sense. I have been wondering why the diet I feel best eating is not what people ate in the accounts given in the scriptures. I just didn't go back far enough. Thanks for the insight!

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10 out of 10, awesome pic!

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Bee pollen has vitamin B12, which is hard to come by in a vegetarian diet.

I love cran-orange, and I just bought some bee pollen yesterday to get my B12. Thank you so much for sharing! Also, I read your profile, and I loved how you explained things about what people ate before the flood, vs. after, and about people being sick. I had read scriptures about sick people being nourished with herbs, but it didn't occur to me that it meant vegetables! Herbs are plants; it makes sense. I have been wondering why the diet I feel best eating is not what people ate in the accounts given in the scriptures. I just didn't go back far enough. Thanks for the insight!

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Bee Pollen:

- Contains nearly all known nutrients, all 22 amino acids, minerals, vitamins and enzymes.

- Great energy booster - taken for stamina and for weight control

- Natural source of protein

- Reduces effects of stress

... just to name a few. taking as it a spoonful or mix it with your recipes or with tea

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What does the Bee Pollen do? Does it affect the recipe if left out?

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These cookies look absolutely scrumptious! I'll definitely have to give this recipe a try.

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