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Maple Cinnamon Pecan Cookies

I am still cleaning out from the holidays. My sugar cravings are subsiding for the most part but today I wanted to create a raw food recipe for a tasty sweet treat. I have had maple and pecan on the brain. I decided to throw together a little cookie that would satisfy my sweet tooth, and also my cravings for maple and pecan.



These cookies come together quickly, and are super tasty with the maple cinnamon glaze that goes on top. It is a great recipe for your raw food recipe collection!


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  1. Stacy L wrote on January 11, 2011

    Looks amazing!!! Any opinion on using coconut nectar instead of maple syrup? I think it has a similar taste and is the same syrupy consistency…


  2. Dee wrote on January 11, 2011

    awesome! these look amazing, can’t wait to try them…. no doubt they will be fantastic as are all of rawmazings’ other recipes !!!!

  3. Kim Arkusinski wrote on January 11, 2011

    Thanks Susan! I am going to start soaking my cashews now. Will make these tonight. I just love your recipes!

  4. Ronn wrote on January 11, 2011

    Can’t wait to make these – the recipe looks so easy and uncomplicated for such a fantastic-looking cookie! Two questions … why is there an asterisk after maple syrup? I couldn’t find another one that it referred to. And I noticed there is no maple syrup or flavoring in the Maple Cinnamon Glaze — could we sub maple syrup for the agave nectar, or would that not be necessary since there’s maple syrup in the cookies? Thank you!

    • Susan wrote on January 11, 2011

      You could use either the maple syrup or the agave. 🙂

  5. Ashley wrote on January 11, 2011

    These look wonderful!

  6. Brenda wrote on January 11, 2011

    Mmmmm, these sound delicious.

  7. pure2raw twins wrote on January 10, 2011

    Nothing beats a little maple along with some cinnamon and pecans. Pure heaven!!

  8. Susan wrote on January 10, 2011

    Maple, cinnamon and pecan…timeless combination. I see our recipes are quite different, though. 🙂


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