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  1. simplynutritiouskate

    those cookies look divine, so rich and chocolaty. I was seriously just thinking about what kind of cookies I could make with my dark chocolate pb and these might be it.. The little bottles are adorable btw!

  2. Heidi @ Food Doodles

    Yum! Those look great! They are on my to-make list for sure. Thank you for the recipe 😀 And those bottles are too cute. I really wish I could get one or two for my own homemade nut milks, too bad I don’t live anywhere near a WF 😛 Oh well.

  3. hihorosie

    ooh, nummers! I do my “cooking” over the weekends so I’ll have to put this on my to-make list. They look and sound great. Mmm! Thanks for sharing. And those bottles are cute! Love the YUMMY one.

  4. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Great recipe, they look so soft and wonderful! I nearly cracked up at the first line of this post. “Holy crap, is she actually posting a recipe?” ran through my mind right before I read it!

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  6. Megan @ Healthy Hoggin'

    Ha ha, I’ve been tempted by those Shatto bottles, too! I thought I was crazy to want to buy the milk JUST for the cool glass bottle… but I’m glad I’m not the only one! 😉

    Those cookies look scrumptious! I wish I had one right now– I’m stuck in the airport with NO healthy options like that. Oh, well. I’ll be home to my dehydrator soon enough!!

  7. movesnmunchies

    YUMYUMYUMYUM!! such an awesome recipe!

  8. Ela

    Cool to see a recipe from you and I really appreciate your thoughts about branching out from just recipes, blog identity, etc. I write about so many different things, always circling back around the food, and sometimes worry that it’s not a clear enough ‘fit’ for readers. So it’s great to hear your positive experience. As a writer, I am learning that it’s almost always a good idea to ‘up the emotional ante,’ so sharing about yourself is a great idea.

    I posted a white chocolate recipe a few days ago and thought of you–hope you saw it!

  9. Carol Keating

    Amber, these look great! I will try them all three ways when I get home! I totally love the milk jug!!!!!! I don’t do dairy either but am going to buy the milk just for the little jug! Hope our Whole Foods at home has these! I assume they do!

  10. bitt

    The cookies look so good. Very dunkable looking.

  11. J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog)

    Those look very tasty!! I want to try the raw version. Yum!

  12. Matt Shatto

    A friend pointed me in the direction of your blog. Thanks so much for including a picture of our bottle. I would like to thank you for that and also invite you and all of your friends out to the farm for a tour sometime. We would love to show you around and introduce you to all of the happy cows that produce the yummy milk that comes inside are simple bottles. As for bottles, we offer a variety of versions, ice cold, yummy, pure, family, local, tasty, mooo and fresh. All of which have a little story on the back tying that word to either our products or our local family farm. Thanks again and hope to meet you soon.


    1. Simone Laffin

      Hey, Matt, I checked your website looking to buy some empty bottles to no avail. Would you consider shipping some to us poor, deprived Californians??

  13. Angie @ The Fitness Apple

    Those looks so moist and chewy! Great recipe!

  14. Angie @ The Fitness Apple

    I actually made a moist cake the other day and posted about it too! You may like it check it out!

  15. Hannah

    So excited right now. After seeing coconut flour pop up on blogs for seemingly months on end, I finally bought some and then all of a sudden everyone was talking about chickpea flour and peanut flour instead. I couldn’t find most of the coconut flour recipes I had seen earlier, so I’ve just been mixing coconut flour, soy milk, and maple syrup, and eating the “pudding” that results.

    This recipe is going to be maaaaaaaade. Soon!

  16. sasha@Blyssful Health

    These look great. My hubby just came home last night with a cookie with cream in the middle. I told him I have to make a raw version. Low and behold I think I found part of the recipe. Yum.

  17. Elizabeth@The Sweet Life

    yum, yum, yum!!!

  18. veganlisa

    Thanks for a sweet excuse to put some coconut flour to use. This looks like a wonderful recipe.

  19. Michelle

    I can’t wait to try this recipe…the cookies sound awesome! Thanks for the recipe. I know they are going to be delish!

  20. A Tablespoon of Liz

    These look so amazing! I can’t wait to try them. I’ve got some coconut flour in my pantry that I have no idea what to do with and this looks perfect!

  21. (what runs) Lori

    What a beautiful post. Wonderful photos and wonderful recipe! And a cookbook!!!! I am so stinkin’ excited for you?! You deserve this! We deserve this! 😉

    And I can’t wait to hear about you going to Living Light!!!! I want Soooooooooooooooooo badly to go. 🙁 But oh well, you’ll be incredible. And it’s so true… gotta find your groove (personal or not) for blog writing. It becomes so much easier, more enjoyable, and creates a more dedicated reader when it’s from your heart. 🙂

    love ya girl!

  22. Jen

    They look delicious and easy, I’m in!!!

  23. Allie @ ripitraw

    Oh my gosh, these look SO delicious! And my favorite raw vegan milk is hemp milk… I know some people don’t like the taste, but I love it.

  24. Amanda

    Those cookies look fantastic. Thanks for providing the different techniques as well- that’s really handy and something I don’t think I’ve ever seen before. I’ll have to attempt a batch soon!

  25. rawkinmom

    Love the recipe!!! Must try it!! I also love those glass bottles!!! I am a sucker for any cool container…it just makes food more fun!!!!

  26. callie {rawxy}

    haha – it must be a KC thing, as I too own a few (or 10) of those glass jars. I use them as change jars, too! The baby ones are the cutest 🙂

  27. The Robertsons of Mumbai

    Looks “Yummy”! (couldn’t resist) And I love that there are no dates in this recipe. I love dates, but they kill me wiht my candida issues, not to mention they are really expensive (and non-organic) here. I’ll have to try this once I dig myself out from my (non-paid) work piles I am under since being away.

  28. Jenny

    I love that you offered so many variations for this recipe; well done.

  29. Evan Thomas

    This recipe is SO bookmarked.

  30. Kat @ Cupcake Kat

    These look so good! I love the variations you give

  31. Hannah (BitterSweet)

    The texture on these cookies especially looks excellent- So soft and chewy!

  32. tastyeatsathome

    These cookies look amazing! I should totally try all of your variations here!

  33. mightyvegan

    Hi Amber,
    I made these with a few substitutions, I used peanut butter, coconut milk and hempseeds instead. I shaped them into easter cookies. They were beyond good! I described them as a peanut butter brownie on my blog, you can see them here:

  34. Indigo

    Amber, I want to tell you these cookies knocked the socks off some serious health foodies AND some very picky junk food eaters, who all work at the same company. Well done. My substitutions were pretty minor — things like using chocolate soy milk for the liquid, and a mix of 3 parts raw carob to 1 part Ghiradelli’s powder. Both of these probably deepened the flavor slightly, but that means you had a killer recipe to begin with. They really wowed us. I decided to bake them, and that is one place where I did vary greatly — they were so dense and rich, I let them bake for at least 15 minutes before I was satisfied with the texture. In fact, I STILL wasn’t sure they were done enough, but I took them to work anyway, just because I had to leave. But they turned out like a slightly chewy brownie,very rich and dense, and the minute people bit into them they literally went into this kind of bliss state. No kidding. I had to stop people at 2, because they really are quite rich. Those who didn’t listen to me were temporarily sorry about 15 minutes later. 🙂 I was immediately asked for the recipe, so I have already given out your link , and I’m sure I will be asked for it again tomorrow because I am just about to make a batch for someone’s birthday. Thank you, I’m looking forward to exploring some of your other recipes.

  35. Gauri Radha गौरी राधा

    These look great!!

  36. Ellen

    Hi Amber. I am making these as I type. Thing is the batter was a bit soupy. I couldn’t mold it with my hands. I added some extra flour (subbed soft wheat pastry flour for the coconut, so I could get them by my family) but I had to scoop them out on the baking sheet. My almond butter was room temp, so maybe a bit more runny than if it was in the fridge. any idea what I may have done wrong? The ones in the oven for 6 mons now actually look more like the phot. But no way I could have done these in the freezer.


  37. Lynn S

    I wish I read the comments before making these. The batter turned out soupy as with what the other poster said. I made more almond flour and probably tripled the amount of that. Still not as firm, but I went ahead and put a batch of cookies on a tray and put in the freezer. I just took them out and put them in the fridge. I tried one. Cold to the teeth, but tastes fine. I also have a batch in the dehydrator and will take out in the morning.

  38. Lynntofu

    Thanks for getting back to me. I’ll try more coconut flour next time. I preferred the ones that came out of the dehydrator the best. I didn’t mind that they were a little gooey. You have a recipe for the raw hazelnut-Brazilnut milk? I went ahead and tried making it myself. About a half cup of brazil nuts, half cup of hazelnuts, 3 cups water and a little bit of coconut nectar. Tasted good.