Lovely light cookie without nuts and seeds, apart from the coconut. You can use them to make a sandwich with apricot jam inside and cream on top. Be creative!

Recipe Directions

1. Soak dried apricots and figs in warm water for 10 minutes to partially soften.

2. Grind up buckwheat and oats in Vitamix until fine.

3. Process all the ingredients in the food processor until a ball of dough forms.

4. Flour your worktop with some ground flax and carob flour. Take half the dough and roll out flat (about 1/2 cm thick) or as thick or thin as you want your cookies. I like mine very thin.

5. Place on your dehydrator tray without teflex.

6. Prick cookies with a fork. I do them 3 times in the middle just to make sure they dry easier.

7. Leave on 145 F for one hour then flip over and turn down to 115 F until they are as dry or chewy as you like them.

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By sweetpea

Lovely light cookie without nuts and seeds, apart from the coconut.

You can use them to make a sandwich with apricot jam inside and cream on top. Be creative!

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oh wow this sounds amazing i'm gonna try it this weekend. Just a quick question on the oats...do you think these ones will do Oats

I couldn't see the processing information unfortunately :( Do you use Wheatbran at all, is that raw???

Many thanks!

P.S. all of your recipes looks soooo good, thanks for sharing :)

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Daria, I'm not sure what you were saying about not seeing the processing info. Just grind up the oats or whatever grain you have. Buckwheat that has been sprouted and dried works well too.

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I'm going to make these with ground oat groats and see how they come out :)

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I'm going to make these with ground oat groats and see how they come out :)

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Daria, I'm not sure what you were saying about not seeing the processing info. Just grind up the oats or whatever grain you have. Buckwheat that has been sprouted and dried works well too.

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oh wow this sounds amazing i'm gonna try it this weekend. Just a quick question on the oats...do you think these ones will do Oats

I couldn't see the processing information unfortunately :( Do you use Wheatbran at all, is that raw???

Many thanks!

P.S. all of your recipes looks soooo good, thanks for sharing :)

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