I was telling my son about how the gardener, W and his family found a baby rabbit out in the long grasses. After saying the words, “baby rabbit,” several times, he finally asked, with amusement, “Do you remember the word for baby rabbit?” “Uh…I….Wow.” Shoot, seriously? “Bunny,” he filled in. Wow. The same thing happened to me with that thing on the door, that you open the door with….doorknob. I had heard the spanish so long, I forgot the english, wow!
2 c. Oats
1/2 c. Coconut flour
1 babaco fruit, cut in half and scooped out
1/2 c. Water, tea or coconut milk to make a cookie dough
2 bananas, mashed
2 apples, juiced
2 T. Flax seeds soaked in 6 T. Water or tea
2 tsp. Stevia leaves, crushed
pinch vanilla powder or 1 tsp. Vanilla extract
1 tsp. Baking soda
options : raisins, chocolate pieces, coconut, peanut or almond butter
Directions: Cut the babaco in half and scoop out the fruit. juice or blend with the apples, and blend again with the bananas. Mix well with the rest of the ingredients and shape into cookies. Stir in options. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. And bake 12-15 minutes until desired chewy-ness. You could est these raw!
Word of the Day – conejito – baby rabbit, (I mean, bunny.)
Tip of the Day – You can totally eat these raw. Shape into truffles and chill or freeze. You won’t need the baking soda.
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