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This is the real deal! I think this batter is the closest tasting batter to the cooked version of a cookie. I asked a friend what his favorite cookie is and he said peanut butter. I told him that I would make him a raw peanut butter cookie, so off I went to face the challenge. This afternoon I created this recipe and it was greatly enjoyed for dessert at the dinner table. It was so sweet, as I was doing dishes with my back to the boys at the table, I heard comments such as, “I wouldn’t have never known it was raw if she hadn’t told me.” “I normally don’t even care for peanut better cookies but this is amazing!”…”We need to sell these in the cafe!”…”OMG, these are amazing!” Now mind you, these comments are coming from 3 men who are not raw food eaters, I take that back, they eat lettuce on their burgers. I can’t believe it was so successful on my first try. It just tickles me to feed good food, healthy food to loved ones.
**To melt you coconut oil** – the best way to melt you coconut oil is to boil some water in your tea kettle. Set your coconut oil jar in a large bowl and pour the hot water over it. It will take less than 5 minutes to get some of it melted. If you use the microwave you risk over heating the oil.
Below I made some mini peanut butter sampler cookies. I used the large ice cream scoop, dropped the batter on a teflex sheet and cut it into 1/8th’s. I then simply rolled each section into a small ball and pressed flat with a fork. They are way to adorable for words! This is a great size if you want to just sample them out to see if people like them.
This next size that I am showing are the large ice cream scoop size. You will 9 of these sized cookies per batch. This size makes a nice hearty cookies.