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Holiday Cookie Recipe: Dehydrator Snickerdoodles

'Tis the season to make cookies... in the dehydrator? It's true, you can make cookies in your dehydrator! And they can even come out better than with traditional baking. These soft batch Snickerdoodles will have your holiday guests begging for your secret — you don't have to tell them, but: a little cardamom and a dehydrator are what make these cookies special.

makes 8-10 large 4 ½" cookies

- Ingredients - 
2 cups blanched almond flour
½ cup brown sugar, dissolved in ¼ cup almond milk (for even distribution)
¼ cup coconut butter
2 tablespoons vanilla
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon cardamom

For sprinkling:
1 teaspoon cardamom
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 teaspoons sugar

- Tools - 
Weston Burger Press & Patty Paper
Weston Dehydrator


Use a wooden spoon to mix together cookie dough ingredients until uniform.

Use your Burger Press, set to ¼" thickness, to press the cookies into a perfect circle. To do this, place a sheet of waxed paper on the bottom of the press. Place a large dough ball (about the size of a baseball) onto the sheet. Cover the dough ball with another sheet of paper, and press.

Pressing cookies with a burger press not only gives them a perfect shape, it tightly compacts the dough, ensuring your dehydrator cookies won't fall apart.

Place each pressed cookie onto your Dehydrator trays. Sprinkle with the cardamom-cinnamon-sugar blend.

Using netting on your dehydrator trays further ensures the cookie dough won't fall through the cracks
- though they'd likely be just fine on the trays.

Dehydrate at 140°F for 8 hours, or until cookies are uniformly dry (no longer doughy on the inside, but still soft).


Sample Product Label
Norton
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