Recipe Directions

1. In a bowl, mix together the dry ingredients.

2. Add yacon syrup and almond butter. Mix together well.

3. Using your hands, or an ice cream scoop, form mixture into balls.Place on oiled or parchment lined cookie sheet.

4. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

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By joi@justsayingno

I finally made my own almond milk and actually already found a way to use the pulp.

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Thanks for the recipe. Holidays are around the corner, so this cookie will fit right in.

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Hi, This looks great. What is yacon syrup?

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Yacon syrup is a sweetener derived from the yacon root which grows in South America. It tastes like caramel, maple, and molasses.

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There are a few non dehydrator tricks. You can spread it on a parchment lined cookie sheet and place it in a sunny, breezy spot for the day. Of course that works best during warmer weather. I place my tray right on top of my old school radiator in the winter time, and it dries in a few hours. You could put it in the oven and the lowest temp for a few hours.

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Do I have to dehydrate the pulp first? I don't have a dehydrator and I am curious about how I can get the pulp dry without ruining it. Does anyone have any ideas? Please help

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Yacon syrup is a sweetener derived from the yacon root which grows in South America. It tastes like caramel, maple, and molasses.

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Hi, This looks great. What is yacon syrup?

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Thanks for the recipe. Holidays are around the corner, so this cookie will fit right in.

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