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These raw vegan chocolate cookies are a must try if you are looking for raw cookie recipes. Using a dehydrator to make dehydrated cookies is easy, healthy and a great substitute for commercial cookies that are filled with refined sugar and flour. These raw vegan cookies are perfectly chewy, vegan, paleo friendly. The raw cookies with dates are naturally sweetened with apples and dates for a healthy sweet snack that satisfies the chocolate and sweet tooth craving!
Using a dehydrator to make dehydrated cookies results in a nutritious, raw cookie that is full of enzymes and nutrients that are heat sensitive. Instead of using flour which is processed and depleted in nutrients, these raw vegan chocolate cookies are made with walnuts and almonds that have been soaked and activated to release anti- nutrients while also increasing the bioavailability of the nutrients found within the these nuts.
The raw vegan chocolate cookies are then naturally sweetened with apples, dates, cinnamon and cranberries which are nutrient dense sources of carbohydrates. These dehydrated cookies are low glycemic as they are full of fiber and healthy fats which slows down the absorption the carbohydrates and natural sugars. The apple coconut cocoa cookies are delicious, healthy, perfectly chewy and can be enjoyed with zero guilt as they are made with 100 % whole food ingredients. These dehydrated cookies are also the perfect addition to kids lunch boxes or a healthy snack to have on hand instead of commercial granola bars.
Raw Vegan Chocolate cookies
2 cups dates soaked
1 tsp ginger powder
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/2 tsp sea salt
1 tsp cinnamon
1 cup walnuts soaked 12 hours
1 cup almonds soaked 12 hours
2 cups shredded coconut
1/4 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup water
1 1/2 cups dried cranberries
1/2 cup cacao nibs
1/2 cup cacao powder
How to make dehydrated cookies
Place almonds and walnuts in a medium sized bowl and cover with water then set aside for 12 hours to activate and soak the nuts
In another small bowl place the 2 cups of dates mixed with 1/2 cup of water to soften and set aside for 2 or 12 hours.
When you are ready to make the raw cookie recipe chop the apples and place in a food processor with the dates, almonds and walnuts. Process until you have a nice smooth mixture then place into a large bowl and combine with the remainder of the ingredients and spices. You should have a nice medium to thick texture that you can press into a cookie.
How to dehydrate cookies
At this stage get your dehydrator trays out and lined with the teflex then use a large spoon to measure out equal sized round balls onto the trays then press down with your fingers to form a cookie.
Set your dehydrator for 55 degrees celcius then dehydrate for 20-24 hours or until they are nice and chewy and no longer wet. Store the dehydrated cookies in container or well sealed bag in the fridge. As these cookies are dehydrated they should last weeks if you don't eat them all!!
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