These cookies have been a great success with my family and in my cooking classes with kids and adults. The recipe is very forgiving, meaning you can play with the ingredients and make modifications and it still always turns out just fine. For example, I have used leftover pumpkin seed pulp from making a pumpkin seed milk in place of ground pumpkin seeds and it turned out so delicious both times. I hope you enjoy these nutrient packed cookies as much as we do.
- If you can’t have oats, try flattened rice, also called beaten rice or Rice Poha (found in Indian stores or Amazon). T
- To sweeten the cookies, you can also use chopped dates instead of maple syrup
- Store cookies in airtight container on counter for up to 3 days or store in fridge for up to 5 days. I think these cookies taste best straight out of the refrigerator.
- Inspired by the healthful double chocolate cookies recipe from 101 cookbooks
Another favorite dessert of mine! I constantly get asked about the recipe for this cake whenever I bring this to a gathering - so decided to finally post it on my blog.
Originally this dessert is made with Greek yogurt and butter but I made some modifications so my dairy intolerant hubby can continue enjoying this scrumptious cake too!
Inspired by the Pistachio Yoghurt Cardamom Cake recipe by mystic_river1
Almond Stuffed Chocolate Covered Dates
This is one of my favorite desserts because it is
a) simple & nutritious
b) doesn't require much time or special kitchen tools and
c) It's so delicious that people will contact you to find out about the recipe if you make this for a potluck or dinner party.
Prep time: 20 minutes
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