You don't need to dehydrate these! I just whip it up together and eat them like cookie dough or just warm it in the dehydrator. If you don't have cashew powder, then you must make cashew milk by blending maybe 2 cups cashew with 3 cups water and then straining it. Take the pulp and dehydrate overnight on a teflex...

Recipe Directions

1. By hand, mix the first two ingredients together.

2. Once somewhat softened, add raw cacao butter.

3. Then fold in chocolate chips.

4. Form into cookies or you can roll them into balls or whatever shape you like.

Nikkan18's Thoughts

By nikkan18

You don't need to dehydrate these!

I just whip it up together and eat them like cookie dough or just warm it in the dehydrator.

If you don't have cashew powder, then you must make cashew milk by blending maybe 2 cups cashew with 3 cups water and then straining it.

Take the pulp and dehydrate overnight on a teflex sheet (I just put it on the mesh screen. The "milk" may leak but you can put the teflex sheet on the bottom so it does not make your dehydrator too messy).

It will get hard and then you can crumble it up when it is completely dry, making it into a powder consistency.

For chocolate chips, you can mix 1/4 cup cacao powder and agave sweetened to your liking. 1 tablespoon coconut oil is optional. I never add it, but it holds the chips together. Freeze overnight.

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what is cashew powder???

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I made these last night with almond butter insteadof cacao butter because I didn't have any....they were fantastic!

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Cashew powder is basically grinded cashew. It comes out almost looking like flour. I have never tried to grind them myself in a food processer becasue i think it would just come out into little cashew pieces. I usually just buy them on a site called nutsonline that sells it and sells a lot of raw nuts for a pretty good price. You can check it out>! its a good site for buying raw nuts and is where i buy my things usually. (it ships quick 2)

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Im glad u like them! I used to add a pinch of salt before being recommended to it, but some how just stopped adding it and remebered after someone recommened it again !

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I made these last night and they were YUMMY!!!. I made the cashew powder myself - but note that if you process the cashew beyond a certain point it turns into little doughy clumps that stick together. The consistency after mixed with the other ingredients is still JUST like cookie dough - you just need to stir a little more. I also replace the agave with 4-5 dates soaked in water for 45 minutes. I pitted the dates and threw them in the food processor with 1/4 cup of the soak water to make a date syrup. I also stuck to the caocao nibs to keep it raw and took the pinch of salt suggestion. These are great!! My omnivore husband liked them very much as well and he was happy he now can eat raw cookie dough without getting yelled at LOL.

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Cashew powder is basically grinded cashew. It comes out almost looking like flour. I have never tried to grind them myself in a food processer becasue i think it would just come out into little cashew pieces. I usually just buy them on a site called nutsonline that sells it and sells a lot of raw nuts for a pretty good price. You can check it out>! its a good site for buying raw nuts and is where i buy my things usually. (it ships quick 2)

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what is cashew powder???

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I made these last night with almond butter insteadof cacao butter because I didn't have any....they were fantastic!

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Your welcome!

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I've done the same thing with coconut oil instead of cacao butter--as long as it's not too cold, you don't need to melt it first. I also recommend adding a pinch of salt. This makes an awesome cookie dough.

Next time I'll try it with cacao butter--thanks for the recipe!

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