The other night I was craving something sweet. I didn't want to choose junk food because I don't like the way it makes my body feel. Luckily I remembered those freezer cookies I used to make as a kid. The solution was perfect for that desire for something sweet, and I felt okay after eating them.
In a small bowl, I mixed uncooked oats, nut butter, cocoa powder and just a little bit of honey. Then, I rolled the "dough" into balls. These cookies are good at room temperature but very messy. I noticed this looking at my white blouse as my fingers were covered in chocolate. So, I placed the cookies in the freezer to harden.
This is a great snack idea and it's quick. This cookie can be adapted in many ways. Dried fruit paste can be substitute for honey. Powdered herbs can be added for additional benefit (think maca or ginseng powder). Alternatively, roll the cookies in nuts or coconut flakes. Enjoy and have a sweet weekend!
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