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No bake cookies 


When my older brother was 13 he became enveloped in the “culinary arts.” Everyday after school he would make sure I got off the bus safely and keep me entertained until our parents came home. He would always make snacks for me; brownies, cookies, cupcakes, etc... Unfortunately he usually ended up dropping something on the floor, or would forget a primary ingredient. One day, he put his cookies in the oven for what was supposed to be a few minutes. The oven temperature was too high and the dough was too thick on the pan. I called to him and he raced downstairs and opened the door to the oven to find a scene resembling an exploded Pillsbury Dough Boy. This mix is for people of ranges of talent in the kitchen. It is quick and easy and perfect for avoiding my family’s Top Chef troubles.

In a mixing bowl, combine the contents of this package with

  • 1 tbsp water or rum
  • 1/2  cup Agave Nectar or Honey
  • 1/4 cup Peanut, Almond or Cashew Butter

Mix well and shape the dough into 2 dozen bite-size balls. Add nuts or dried fruit if you like. Place on greased dishes, cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Store in the refrigerator.

Ingredients: Almond Flour, Dutch Processed Cocoa, Coffee & Chocolate Spice (Dutch processed cocoa, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and Orange Vanilla Sugar (Cane Sugar, Orange Extract [alcohol, water, and orange oil], and vanilla extract [vanilla, water, propylene glycol, and caramel color]).


Photo Credit:  Julie Cecchini


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