So I couldn't wait to make some oatmeal cookies. I found the recipe on Rawmazing.com. I urge you to click the link and try it out. They are still in the dehydrator, but I have to confess to eating one raw ... I mean "wet" ... they're still going to be raw even when they get out of the dehydratror! They're really delicious, but next time I'd probably add a little more agave (or use sweeter apples) and also add some shaved almonds for added crunch.
Here's what they look like right now ...
The recipe made about two dozen cookies. I can't wait until they are done and I can taste a finished cookie. Other than macaroons, these are the first cookies I've made.
This week has been all about deserts. Yesterday was one of my coworkers last day at our office. She's moving on to another job. Everyone loves her and she'll be very missed so we had a little party for her in the office to send her off in style. I stumbled upon this recipe for fudge balls and decided to give them a try and bring them to her party. They are super simple and literally take just about 5 minutes and three simple ingredients - cashews, dates & cacao.
Since the recipe is on my computer I usually jot down the recipe to take to the kitchen. Well, this time I should have read a little more closely. Instead of grinding the cashews to a fine powder before adding the dates I put everything in the vitamix at once. I ended up with these crunch fudge balls:
Even if they didn't follow the recipe, they turned out amazing. Everyone loved them - no one could believe they were raw. They didn't take long to disappear.
I'm looking forward to making this recipe again. There are so many things you could do with this recipe ... adding coconut for example ... how delicious would that be!
This weekend, I've decided to give Kelp noodles another try. I have them soaking right now and later tonight or tomorrow morning I'm planning to make a simple pad thai type sauce for them. Looking forward to trying pad thai with kelp noodles.