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Strawberry Cookies

Recipe adapted from Rose Lee Calabro’s Living in the Raw

2 c. sunflower seeds (soaked 8 hours and rinsed)
1 c. almonds (soaked 12 hours and blanched)
2 c. fresh organic strawberries
2 bananas (peeled)
3-4 pitted medjool dates
1 tsp. vanilla
1 c. walnuts (soaked 8 hours)

Process all ingredients except vanilla in walnuts in a food processor until smooth. Add the vanilla and walnuts and process until well combined. Spoon dough onto teflex sheets, and form into small round balls, press slightly to form little cookie shapes. Place in dehydrator for 4-6 hours, then turn over and dehydrate for another 2-4 hours until the desired moisture is obtained. Store in sealed freezer bags in the pantry or in the fridge. I changed the directions slightly on this recipe to make it easier on me. I also prefer the cookies slightly warmed in the dehydrator, but they taste yummy cold too!

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