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Almond Pulp Cookies - Dairy, Gluten, Sugar & Egg Free


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Ingredients

18 portion(s)

Cookie dough

  • 30 grams coconut oil
  • 1 portion Almond Pulp leftover from making Almond Milk
  • 100 grams medjool dates (pitted)
  • 45 grams Shredded coconut
  • 50 grams dried cranberries
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. Preheat oven 170 degrees

    Prepare an oven tray with baking paper

    Add Coconut oil to Thermomix bowl, if solid; melt 37 degrees/ 1.30 minutes/ speed 1

    Add Almond pulp and Dates; speed 6/ 8 seconds, scrape sides of bowl and repeat

    Add Shredded Coconut and Cranberries; speed 5/ 5 seconds, scrape sides and repeat

    Divide cookie dough into approximately 18 portions, roll into balls and flattern on to oven tray

    Bake for 20-25 minutes

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Tip

You can use different dried fruit  such as Apricots or Sultanas


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  • I made these for a couple of friends and they...

    Submitted by Cathstherm on 14. May 2020 - 16:27.

    I made these for a couple of friends and they loved them. So did hubby and daughter. I substituted with 450g of almond meal and added an egg and a couple of teaspoons of natvia sweetener. Made 18 cookies and my friends have asked for the recipe!Lol

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  • These were super easy and delicious, although very...

    Submitted by Thermo-newbie76 on 6. October 2018 - 21:49.

    These were super easy and delicious, although very sweet.
    Need to press the cookies into the shape you want them to end up - they don’t spread out like regular flour/butter/egg cookies. Will definitely make these again!

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  • I have made this a few times

    Submitted by Rodgermumof4 on 20. July 2016 - 18:22.

    I have made this a few times now and really like them!  I  use 50 gm dates and 50 grams prunes And instead of cranberries I use sultana. 

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  • Yum! A great way to use the

    Submitted by Melwood913 on 13. May 2016 - 11:07.

    Yum! A great way to use the leftover almond pulp. I didn't have cranberries so I added seeds, honey and goji berries - they're fab, thank you so much for sharing

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  • I would like to try this but

    Submitted by Rottiegirl on 9. January 2016 - 10:36.

    I would like to try this but what's the amount of pulp? Different almond milk recipes will have different amount of pulp leftover... Ie. Are you able to add grams or whether it is 1 cup of pulp or 1/2 cup or whatever Cup? Thanks!

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  • This was a good recipe.

    Submitted by EricaTaras on 4. November 2015 - 21:51.

    This was a good recipe. Biscuits needed be cooked a little longer and turned over but we like ours soft anyway. 

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  • I don't make almond milk.

    Submitted by LHoney on 22. July 2015 - 17:01.

    I don't make almond milk. Could I use almond meal instead? What quantity would I use as I don't know what a portion represents?

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