Introduction: Apple-Core Cookies
This is another super-healthy recipe (and I mean it) :) Again, these cookies are actually good for your health, because they contain just a little honey, apples (fibers), seeds and almonds. I baked these to be delivered in sachets for the Christmas Tree Advent Calendar
No sugar, No eggs, No butter, No refined carbs, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-free
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Step 1: Ingredients
- 3 Apples
- 100grams of almond flour
- 3 teaspoons of Honey
- 2 spoons of pumpkin seeds
- 2 spoons of flaxseeds
- 2 spoons of chia seeds
The apples I used were red (I find them slightly sweeter) and quite small.
These ingredients are for around 30 cookies
Step 2: Mix It Up!
Use a chopper to mesh the apples, until they get the consistency of a sort of soup (see image)
Mix it with honey and the almond flour (see image)
Add all the seeds and stir (see image)
Step 3: Baking
Put the dough in an oven tray, preferably on a baking paper (they wont stick at all, it's granted ;)). I shaped them like circles but feel free (see image)
Pre-heat the oven at 180degrees and then bake for 45/50minutes at 180degrees. They'll get brownish around the border (see image).
Step 4: Cooling
Let them cool down. They'll still be a little soft but they're very good and healthy ;)
(see last image for the final result)
You can add pumpkin seeds or oat flakes to increase the crunchiness. I'll try next time ;)