How to Make Raw Coconut Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

February 5, 2010

Need a cookie fix and don’t want to feel bad about yourself afterwards? I started making raw cookies, even when I was raw foodie without a dehydrator or any of the fabulous accesories. Yes, I was bootleg, but I still made it work and would make these same cookies and put them in the freezer as a way to solidify them. When I make them for guests, they always love them. I don’t eat them very often, because I like to keep my diet heavier on the green side. But every now and then, who doesn’t want to be a raw cookie monster and still look fly afterwards?


3 cups organic oat flour, 1 cup pre-soaked raisins (soaked in pure water), dry coconut, 1/4 to 3/8 cup of maple syrup, dash of cloves, several dashes cinnamon

Soak the raisins overnight, or leave soaking in morning and by evening they should be plump and ready to go. Put flour into mixing bowl, add in coconut, raisins, cloves, cinnamon, and maple syrup. Use the raisin water and add as needed. Make sure to not add to much, so that the mixture can become a doughy consistency. Form cookies and place on dehydrator sheet. Dry on 105-115 degrees for 2 hours. Dry longer depending on your cookie preference. Enjoy!

The copyright of this recipe is owned by Esosa Edosomwan (AKA Chef Eazy E.) Permission to republish this recipe in print or online must be granted by the author in writing.


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