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The Winner and Some Really Great Breakfast Cookies!

We have a winner of the grain grinder / flaker! Our random number generator picked Maya! Congratulations to you and for everyone else, watch for new, fun contests in the near future!

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Breakfast Cookies @


Have you been looking for some interesting breakfast ideas? I always start my day with a big green drink but often want a little more. These raw breakfast cookies, made with sprouted raw flaked oats, are just the thing for those mornings (or any other time of day). I packed these with flavor! They are a burst of  sunshine with tons of orange, maple and cranberry flavor. My batch disappeared very quickly, so quickly I almost didn’t get a chance to photograph them! I have also included one of my favorite breakfast beverages. Spicy Almond Brazil Nut Milk. It is wonderful slightly warmed.


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  1. Susan wrote on September 20, 2013

    For the nut milk? Please feel free to do that if you wish. I always presoak and dehydrate almonds so they are ready to go.

  2. Katja wrote on September 20, 2013

    Hey, why didn’t you soak the almonds?

  3. Debbie wrote on September 16, 2013

    I added 1/2 cut of chopped dates to this recipe. They seemed to bind together better!

  4. Lisa R wrote on August 15, 2013

    How many did this recipe make? I am counting calories, and I wanted to figure out the calorie count of each cookie, but I haven’t made the recipe yet.

  5. Jarome wrote on June 5, 2013

    Perfect breakfast! Amazing! 🙂

  6. Jean Blum wrote on May 26, 2013

    Hi Susan- At this point l have 0 energy and only eat a SAD diet because l cannot prepare food and cannot afford someone else’s preparation. But l do dream of getting back to good food again. l ALWAYS read and enjoy your messages and recipes. l consider you a path-setter! Thank you.
    Jean-(not-as-young-as-l once-was.)


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