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Almond Pulp Cookie Recipe- Almond Pulp Recipes

Here is another recipe using raw almonds. In a prior video, I made almond milk with raw almonds, and in this video I am using the almond pulp left over from making the almond milk to make almond cookies. I love that I can use the whole nut to create so many different recipes without wasting any part of it.

These almond pulp cookies are very tasty! They are more dense than regular chocolate chip cookies and are quite filling. My hubby really loved them. They are not overly sweet, but if you have a sweet tooth you can add more sweetener to your liking. I would suggest that you taste the raw cookie dough in order to gauge  whether  the level of sweetness is to your liking.

I was unable to calculate a true carb count for this recipe because I am not using the whole almond in this recipe. I can only give the carb count for the added ingredients in this recipe.

This recipe will be fun to make with kids. I think they will enjoy making the milk, and may even be fascinated by the thought of making cookies from the byproduct of the milk.  Sweet!

For this recipe I used the wet almond pulp that was derived from straining off the milk. I really enjoyed creating this recipe and I hope it is something that you and your family will enjoy making. Here is the recipe:

Almond Pulp Cookies

Almond Pulp Cookies


Almond Pulp Cookies:

1 cups of almond pulp
2 tablespoons of oat fiber 500
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup of peanut butter (no sugar added)
2 tablespoons of flax seed meal (ground flax seeds)
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
1/4 cup of shredded coconut (unsweetened)
2 tablespoons of sugar free chocolate chip
2 tablespoons water

Using the (S) blade of the food processor, pulse the almond pulp, oat fiber 500, baking powder, peanut butter, flax seed meal, cinnamon and shredded coconut together until a dough is formed.

Pour the dough into a medium bowl. Add water, chocolate chips, and then combine.

Spoon the dough mixture unto a parchment lined tray. Flatten with the back of a spoon. If the dough becomes to sticky to handle, wet the back of the spoon with water and continue to form it into round cookie shapes.

Bake 15-20 minutes

Makes 11 Cookies

Nutritional value for the ingredients in this recipe, excluding the almond pulp.

Nutritional Value Almond Pulp Cookies (without Almond Pulp)

Nutritional Value Almond Pulp Cookies (without Almond Pulp)

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11 Responses to “Almond Pulp Cookie Recipe- Almond Pulp Recipes”

  1. Jay says:

    You could try that Rebecca, let me know how it turns out.

  2. Jay says:

    Hi Mary, you could try coconut flour as a substitute for the oat fiber. The sheets I got from Amazon. I will like to them below. Thanks for commenting:)

  3. Mary Manteuffel says:

    Hello Jay,

    Just found your interesting site. What could I substitute for the oat fiber. Have an intolerance to oats? Also where would I find the dehydrator sheets you are using for
    the almond flour.

    Thanks so much

  4. Rebecca says:

    Would I be able to substitute coconut flour for the oat fiber?

  5. Jay says:

    Oat fiber absorbs up to seven times its weight in water making it great for baking. I add it to all my baking recipes and it works well and improves the texture in my recipes for low carb cakes and breads. I will be using Oat Fiber in many of my upcoming recipes.

  6. Hazel says:

    What is oat fiber 500?

  7. Jay says:

    Hi Hazel, I cooked the cookies in the oven at 350 degrees. I will update this post to reflect that. Thanks for the heads up: )

  8. Hazel says:

    Are you cooking the almond cookie in oven or dehydrator. If oven what degree oven? Thank you

  9. Jay says:

    Hi Victoria,

    This is a recipe I created for wet Almond pulp, I am not sure if it will work with almond flour. I will create one for Almond flour cookies and post it really soon : )

  10. victoria says:

    can i use almond flour already ground from whole foods or do i have to use almond pulp, thank you Jay

  11. Julie says:

    looks great – I have success with almond flour as a base for cookies and pancakes. Thanks for sharing!!!


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