Superfood Cookies

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These Superfood Cookies are for those of you who love a naughty cookie, but want a nutritional boost to the body instead of bloat to the waistline. This is loaded with the good stuff, things like hemp protein, chia seeds, goji berries, flaxseeds, maca and lucuma powder. These cookies are guaranteed to have you feeling full, and your body bursting with vitamins, minerals and energy.



  • 2C coconut flour
  • 2T whole flaxseeds
  • 1/2C almonds
  • 2T chia seeds
  • 1T grated ginger
  • 1 dropperful Medicine Flower Vanilla Extract (or normal vanilla essence if you don’t have)
  • 2T hemp protein powder (or other vegan protein powder)
  • 1T Maca
  • 1T lucuma powder
  • 4 T liquid coconut oil
  • 3/4C Irish Moss paste (see my video here on how to create irish moss paste) If you don’t have irish moss – sift dry ingredients for a lighter finish)
  • pinch himalayan salt
  • 1t cinnamon
  • pinch cardamom
  • 1C powdered xylitol (create by blending Xylitol in a dry blender jug)
  • 1C sesame seeds
  • 1C sunflower seeds
  • 1C medjool dates, soaked 10 mins and rough chop
  • 1/4C goji berries
  • 1C water or more to bring dough mix together
Chocolate Buttons
  • 4T cacao powder
  • 4T coconut nectar
  • 4T coconut oil (melted)
  • pinch salt
  • 6 drops Medicine Flower Vanilla Extract


  1. To a food processor, add everything but the coconut flour and goji berries, water. Blitz until a paste forms but its still chunky.
  2. Transfer to a bowl and add coconut flour, berries, and water and work with hands until dough forms. Add more water if needed to prevent dough from cracking.
  3. Scoop dough out using a melon baller or ice cream scoop and place on dehydrator tray. Squish down with a fork to create a cookie shape.
  4. Dehydrate at 105°F for approx 18 hours. Transfer to freezer when done for 30 minutes.
  5. You can then decorate with chocolate buttons before placing back in freezer for 10 minutes to set chocolate. Serve from freezer or fridge. YUM!
Chocolate buttons
  1. Whisk ingredients together until combined.
  2. Bring cookies out of fridge and dollop chocolate in middle of cookie and pop back on tray and freeze for 10 minutes.
Amanda BrocketAbout Amanda Brocket

Amanda is a qualified Raw Food Teacher, Chef, Coach, published author and founder of The Raw Food Kitchen. She can also be found blogging about raw food on the The Huffington Post. Amanda loves connecting with and inspiring people to get on their raw journey, with live events, workshops and retreats in Sydney and Bali, as well as offering transformational online programs.

The Raw Food Kitchen came about when Amanda battled systemic candida for over 5+ years, which left her a sick, bloated, insomniac shell of her former self. Realizing conventional medicine was not helping her (in fact was making her even more unwell) she started out on a search for a true path to wellness. It was during this time she discovered the raw foods philosophy. Within two months of going raw she had healed herself of her health condition.

Now she is sharing the power of a raw food diet by teaching and inspiring others to help heal their bodies, learning what it means to feel truly nourished, gain more energy and vitality and change the way we think about the word "diet".

Check out the website for inspirational articles and free yummy raw food recipes. Also check out her latest delicious raw food recipe book The Raw Food Kitchen Book, lots of your old favorites done in a healthier, healing way!

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