I don't think I've ever made anything more addicting than these cookies. You have been warned… Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. If you don't have parchment paper don't use aluminum foil because it's useless, just oil your pans down with some coconut oil. Here we are sifting our dry ingredients with a fine mesh strainer. If you don't have a fine mesh strainer, you're a loser, but the recipe will work anyway.
So it's Fall! That means slutty costumes, the new primetime television lineup on FOX (I'm sure they're all winners), and crappy "pumpkin" spice lattes at every major coffee shop on the planet. If you've ever had one of these seasonal drinks you should know there is no actual pumpkin in them (which you probably already do and don't give a horses butt); but they are oh so delicious aren't they? With all those genetically modified coffee beans that taste so bitter they have to cover it up with that [Check it Out...]
So I was hankering for something sweet and had a bunch of dates laying around and I thought hey, let's bake something. I know I'm so inventive. So here's a super easy and delicious cookie thats sugar free and vegan. Enjoy! Equipment you need: Food processor Large mixing bowl Whisk Spatula Parchment paper Baking pans Mini ice cream scoop Recipe: ¼ c raw almonds/walnuts/pecans ¾ c gluten-free rolled oats ¾ c almond meal 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp [Check it Out...]
Hey Chef Amanda is on TV! Check out my video on how to make an easy tasty dinner thats also good for you! http://longbeachny.tv/5-14-13_Holistic-Living-with-Amanda1.shtml