These cookies are tasty, though they take a little bit of time to prepare, they are great to have on hand, AND my 15 year old sister enjoyed them!!! (She never likes anything raw I make, so this made me rather happy)!! Enjoy!!
Cookies – 1 point/cookie
2 C rolled oats – soaked for 4 hours, drained
1 C rolled oats – dry
2 C soaked, raw cashews- (if you’re not in a rush, dehydrate them after soaking and sprouting, then use-optional)
1/4 C cacao powder or cacao nibs
2 Tbsp honey
In a food processor with an S blade, blend the soaked oats, cashews and honey until forming a dough like consistency. Transfer to a large mixing bowl and by hand mix in the cacao powder/nibs and the dry oats.
Using a tablespoon, form small cookies and place on a lined dehydrator tray. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 4 hours, flip and dehydrate an additional 4 hours.
Frosting* – 1 point/Tbsp
3/4 C soaked cashews
1/2 C almond milk
1/4 C cacao
2 Tbsp honey
1 Tbsp carob
1/4 tsp vanilla
In a high speed blender combine all ingredients until smooth. Transfer to a pastry bag, or a ziplock bag and refrigerate. Once the cookies are done dehydrating, cut a corner off of the ziplock bag and squeeze frosting onto one cookie. Make a cookie sandwich if you so desire. Enjoy!
1 Cookie sandwich = 3 points
*The frosting can be used to make cookies as well, spread the frosting into small rounds on a dehydrator tray, top with fresh fruit and dehydrate for 10 hours!