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Oatmeal Peanut Butter Almond Pulp Cookies

March 21, 2011

Happy Monday everyone!  We had the dreariest weekend I can remember in a long time.   It’s been raining and cloudy for almost 4 days now and although I love a good rainy day once in a while, this is becoming jump off the bridge weather.    Not to mention that I have no dryer.    Thank goodness for drop off laundry service.

Rainy days mean marathon sessions in the kitchen.  I may just have a week’s blog worth of recipes from Saturday and Sunday alone 🙂   After the M&M birthday cake, I needed something healthier for myself to snack on and these were perfect.

Remember home-made Almond milk?

Remember the leftovers from the milk… almond pulp or how about  Chocolate almond pulp cookies?

Well I made a double batch of milk this weekend so I had the pulp from 2 cups of almonds to deal with.  This recipe seems like a lot of ingredients but it’s very quick and easy to come together.  One bowl, two cookie sheet, yum cookies.

This time I didn’t even bother drying out the pulp which made things super simple.

First, eat as many as you can then hide a few and finally, let the husband see them.    Finished.

Do you like rainy days?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Kelly permalink
    March 21, 2011 11:55 pm

    Its dreary and rainy here too, but at least its the first day of spring so that makes it okay.

    • March 22, 2011 12:24 pm

      At least you know there’s light at the end of the tunnel….winter should be done for you now although I did have to drive through a horrible winter storm to get to the hospital and have alex on Mar 20 🙂

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