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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. marla wrote on February 10, 2011

    These raw cookies look fabulous!

  2. Barbara wrote on January 17, 2011

    awesome! i have a big bag of pecans that were given to me for christmas. i actually have everything available to make this recipe. quick question, do you have recommendation for a coconut substitution? i generally don’t like coconut but i didn’t want to omit it if it was an essential part of the recipe.

  3. Marci wrote on January 12, 2011

    I can’t wait to try this! I usually use this gluten free flour mix, should I incorporate it?

    • Susan wrote on January 12, 2011

      No need to…it works beautifully as it is written.

  4. Carrie L Carree wrote on January 12, 2011

    I just made these and boy are they ever good, love the pecan & coconut taste!

  5. Mary wrote on January 12, 2011

    I love the combo of maple and pecans! Thank you for coming up such a delicious recipe.

  6. Susan wrote on January 12, 2011

    You could copy and paste…

  7. Beth wrote on January 12, 2011

    hi Susan,
    is there a way to easily print your recipes? I try to print from the website and end up wasting paper b/c it prints all the notes… thanks!

  8. Jessica wrote on January 11, 2011

    Oh yum! These look awesome! I too have been struggling with sugar cravings the past few days and I am sure these will hit the spot. 😉


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