I’ve made a few different types of dehydrated cookies for the kids in the past – all delicious and all successful.
This one is probably one of the easiest recipes as you get your nuts and figs soaking in advance.
2 ripe red apples
2 cups pecans (soaked 6 hours)
2 cups dried figs (soaked 1 hour)
1 Tbsp cinnamon
1 tsp sea salt
Slice apples into 1/4 inch thick rounds and set aside.
In a food processor, process all other ingredients (I only have a small food processor, so I did this in batches and them mixed all he processed ingredients together) combine until dough ball forms.
On a lined dehydrator tray, place apple rounds 1/2 inch apart across the tray. Scoop out dough mixture into 2 inch balls and place on top of apples. Gently press down into a flat cookie shape. Dehydrate for 10 hours 1t 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Makes about 12-16 cookies. I like to flip them and get them a few more hours.
Almost all ready for camping 🙂
Giving credit where credit is due…
Thanks Jenny Ross and Doreen Virtue from your book the Art of Raw Food Living for this recipe.