Raw Chocolate-Chip Disaster Cookies

I tried to create my own raw version of chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Well, it didn’t come out so great – but it still tasted great! Anyway, I made these delicious and simple raw chocolate chips by using raw cacao paste, agave, and pink Himalayan salt. I melted the cacao first, and blended it with the other ingredients. Then I made little dots of chocolate on a flat tray that I left in the freezer for about an hour – to make the chocolate chips! The only problem was, when I made the cookie dough it was too warm from being processed, and the chips didn’t handle very well. Here’s the recipe:

Ingredients:
½ cup ground oats
1 cup almond meal
1T lucuma powder
1T mesquite powder
1T vanilla powder
1 cup ground raw walnuts
1T coconut butter
3T raw almond butter
1T organic vanilla extract (non-alcohol)
1 tsp pink Himalayan salt
½ tsp ground cinnamon
½ to 2/3 cup packed dates
¼ cup agave
1/3 cup ground oats (fold in with chips)
1/3 cup almond meal (fold in with chips)
¼ cup raw chocolate chips

Preparation:
Combine all ingredients except last three in a food processor. Blend until a dough mixture forms. Remove from processor and add to a bowl. Add raw chocolate chips and remaining ground oats and almond meal. Combine well. Using a cookie scoop or large spoon, form balls and press into flat cookie rounds or leave as cookie balls. Refrigerate or freeze for storage. More than likely the chips will melt right into the dough mixture as it is combined…that’s why it is called a “disaster!” But it still tastes great! Enjoy! 🙂

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