Saturday, February 16, 2008

Rawkalicious Cookie Recipe

ok.. Here it is.. straight from the upcoming book, which I have been pulling some very, very late nighters working on.. (but that's fun too!) The Rawkalicious cookie recipe!

Rawkalicious Cookies

1 c Almond pulp
1 c Walnuts – crushed
2 Bananas - mashed
½ c Currants
½ c Sesame seeds
½ c Coconut flakes
½ c Cacao nibs
½ c Pumpkin seeds
¼ c Goji berries
¼ c Honey
¼ c Hemp seeds
1 t Vanilla
½ t Cinnamon

Soak pumpkin seeds and goji berries together in a bowl with just enough water to cover them for a couple hours. Mix the rest of the ingredients in another mixing bowl. Drain and add the gojis & pumpkin seeds. Mix well. Drop by spoonfuls onto Teflex and slightly flatten. Dehydrate for 4-6 hours at 115 degrees. Flip onto mesh screen and continue dehydrating for another 10-12 hours. Enjoy!

PS - Tracy has made these without the Walnuts and substituted Coconut Milk Pulp for the Almond Milk pulp to make them school friendly. Most of our schools here do not allow nuts to be brought into the schools. Her kids love them! What a great healthy cookie to bring to school - Superfoods - Yes!

4 comments:

yardsnacker said...

Holy BEEP that looks good! I just found your site from my ani phyo vid on youtube. These are definitely going to be made this weekend! THANKS!

Keiko Cacao Ti said...

Hi Yardsnacker.. nice to meet you. Checked out your website - enjoyed it lots.. www.yardsnacker.com
& I watched a video you made but didn't see the ani phyo vid.. if you come back & read this, send me the link.
Hope the cookies turnout great!!

texmex said...

They are great and I make them with great success. People love them.
But what a job to make them.

Robin 'Keiko' Gregory said...

Hi Texmex, Glad you like them but too bad they are a job to you - I found them so easy.. but, of course the almond pulp was already made (a by-product of making almond milk) and from that thy were created by just putting lots of nuts, seeds, gojis and things that were around in containers - I made them in 10 minutes or less.

Good music also helps - as always!
; )
good vibes to your cookies!