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The Mystry Cookie (raw, vegan, GF)

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Well here it is…one of my favorite cookies.  One of the best recipes I have yet to come up with for a cookie.  A crowd pleaser!  An award-winning recipe!  An “eat your heart out Martha” cookie…. The Mystery Cookie


I lost my recipe. lol  Ya just gotta love it when that happens!!  It’s not the first time this has happened to me and I am sure it won’t be the last either.  So, for now I will savor each morsel until they are gone.  Shed a few tears as we may never meet again and cherish the memory of this amazing cookie as I look deep into it’s very essence that I have caught in time through photo-imagery.  Even though the genetic DNA ingredient list is gone (poof),  I owed it a photo shoot.  A tribute to its short time it spent on my kitchen counter and within my belly….


I do know a little bit about this cookie.  It comes from a strong heritage that is greatly influenced by mint colonies, coconut clans, it has a sweet disposition that has been passed down through many generations of the agave family.  I am pretty sure that it is stout with the family origin of the mighty “oat” family with a few personality traits of salt and cinnamon.  The rest remains a mystery!

Good-bye….cookie love of my life…sniff sniff


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8 thoughts on “The Mystry Cookie (raw, vegan, GF)

  1. Annie says:

    Oh, you’re breaking my heart! It sounds soooo good…and I just bet you could put it together again without the recipe – you’re such a great natural chef. Please for our sakes…you must try!

    • amie-sue says:

      lol It broke my heart too…I will try making it again. Everyone seems to just love them. I have some in the freezer and pull them out when company comes and they are a hit. Oy! I shall keep you posted. :)

  2. Alta says:

    If you ever figure out the recipe, please post! they look absolutely delicious…

  3. Angela B. says:

    Please find the recipe and post…I also wanted to know if you could post some of your recipes that are not RAW.

  4. Adrienne says:

    Well, I am just taken w/ your recipes. Have you tried to recreate this one yet?

    • amie-sue says:

      Oh dear Adrienne, I haven’t. haha Sort of forgot about it over time, not to mention lost in all the new recipes. But that taught me a valuable lesson. haha Have a blessed Thanksgiving, amie sue

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