These cookies are simple to make and don’t have to be cooked and can be put in the fridge for an hour and be ready. Alternatively, you can dehydrate the cookies at a low temp (around 105 degrees) in a dehydrator for 12-16 hours.
These cookies are great for parties or for neighbors. They are festive and have a lot of great flavor. This is the kind of recipe that is great for my daughter to make because she can make them without me having to worry about using heat and burning herself. She can also have her younger siblings make these with her and then share with others at a party or gathering.
My children all love making things and giving them to family and friends. It is one of their favorite things to do, including hand-drawn pictures. They do so many we have pictures all over our house. 🙂 This year my 11 year-old daughter is making little clay nativity scenes for each family at our family Christmas party this year. She pretty much spends her life in her room with her door shut working on crafts.
What are some of the cute things you have seen children do? What thoughtful things do they do for others? Share below! I think that we can learn a lot from children and their kindness.
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These only have 7 ingredients and are raw, so you can whip them in no time!
Place the shredded coconut in a high speed blender, like a Vitamix. Turn the blender on to the lowest setting and process the coconut for a few minutes, until it starts to turn into coconut butter. There should still be pieces of shredded coconut, but the mass should start to be turning into a 'nut' butter consistancy.
Add the remaining ingredients and process just until combined. Over-blending will cause the dough to become oily. *If you aren't concerned with the cookies being Paleo, add the crushed candy canes in at this point and mix in lightly.
Use a scoop with about a 1 tablespoon capacity and scoop out rounds of dough onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Refrigerate cookies for 1 hour, or until set.