New post is dedicated to the recipe for cookie Cafe Bliss from the same name cafe – Cafe Bliss. My personal experience of visiting Cafe Bliss HERE: 25: BIO LIVE FOOD IN CAFE BLISS-Victoria, British Columbia. Recipe for cookies Cafe Bliss is found in the book Blissful: Raw Food Recipes from Cafe Bliss. And because Christmas time is coming and with it the preparation of sweets I am not afraid of to recommend these excellent raw cookies to add in your Christmas collection. They can be great as a snack, breakfast served with raw milk for example or as already mentioned Christmas sweets. There is no limit for imagination. I enjoyed my batch of cookies served with home-made raw milk while reading the new book from which I learned some interesting insights about eating, food, nutrition and sport and what effect all these have on our body.
Let’s look at the recipe.
4 ripe bananas
½ cup dates
¼ tsp salt
3 ½ cups dried shredded coconut
3 cups walnuts
1 ½ cups raisins
1 cup goji berries
1 cup pumpkin seeds
¾ cup hemp hearts
¾ cup cacao nibs
½ cup golden flax seeds
1. Place bananas, dates and salt in blender and blend to a smooth consistency.
2. Pulse walnuts in a food processor to a crumbly consistency or chop them with a knife.
3. Place walnuts and banana mix in a large bowl along with remaining ingredients and mix. This is done best with your hands.
4. Place Teflex sheet or other non-stick sheet on a flat surface. Form cookie dough into rounds using hands and set on Teflex sheet. Press cookies down to form rounds 3 to 4 inches in diameter, approx. 1inche thick. Gently place formed cookies onto the dehydrator tray screens.
5. Dehydrate at 115 °F for 12 – 24 hours. Dehydrate Langer for a crunchier cookie and porter for a chewier cookie. Store cooled cookies in a cookie jar or air tight container.