Einkorn Coconut Cookies with Avocado and Raisin


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These are definitely not your typical oatmeal cookies, but a fantastic variation. With freshly home milled einkorn flour, coconut oil, avocado and raisins, they make for a delicious on the go breakfast or an ideal afternoon snack.

  • 130 g Rolled oats
  • 110 g Einkorn, ground into flour
  • 1/2 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
  • 100 g Coconut oil, softened
  • 7 g NuNaturals white stevia powder
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Ripe avocado
  • 150 g Raisins
  1. To toast oats, place them in a dry nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, for 5-7 minutes or until they are fragrant and golden brown. Set aside to cool.
  2. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line two large baking sheets with parchment paper. Sift together the ground einkorn flour, baking powder and baking soda in a bowl. Set aside.
  3. In mixing bowl beat coconut oil until soft. Add stevia and blend until smooth. Add egg and beat until well mixed and fluffy. Add the avocado to the bowl and beat until incorporated.
  4. Reduce the mixer speed to low, and mix in the flour mixture and the oats. Stir in the raisins. Use a tablespoon to form the cookies and place them, 1-inch apart, on prepared baking sheets. Slightly flatten each cookie and bake until browned, about 20 minutes. Transfer the cookies to a rack to cool.

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68 comments:

Nancy Chan 24/9/15 05:38

Hi Angie, I like the look of your cookies. Would love to grab one and take a bite! Lol!

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Medeja 24/9/15 10:02

Avocado and raisins! Great ingredients for the cookies :)

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 24/9/15 12:17

I hope you don't mind. I just couldn't resist reaching right in and grabbing a cookie to go with my coffee this morning:)
Sam

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Alida 24/9/15 13:16

Really nice your biccies! Coconut and avocado sounds good together. Hope you are having a good week. Ciao!

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Sharon D 24/9/15 13:46

Oh my, you're making me hungry! These look scrumptious, Angie. ^.^

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Donalyn@TheCreeksideCook 24/9/15 15:20

Angie - I love the look of these cookies - they look really chewy and I really want one for my breakfast this morning! Definitely bookmarking these to try this winter!

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Monica 24/9/15 15:39

Bring on the cookies...I'm definitely craving some. These look like they have wonderful texture. I could eat them anytime of day!

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Mijú 24/9/15 16:08

Se ven genial en esas fotos.
Un saludito

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Tricia Buice 24/9/15 16:16

I love the idea of having cookies for breakfast on the go! I really want to try baking with avocado - it sounds wonderful! Your photos are gorgeous and the flowers so very pretty. Lovely! Have a great weekend.

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Nammi 24/9/15 17:38

wow guilt free cookies., very curious about this einkorn

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Hema 24/9/15 17:51

Such healthy and delicious cookies, love the use of avocado..

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Kelly 24/9/15 17:54

Oatmeal cookies of any kind are my favorite! I love the avocado in here! So wholesome and delicious!

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 24/9/15 18:15

Oh Angie - these cookies sound wonderful! Love that you used avocado - I love baking with it!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 24/9/15 18:50

Angie, I've never used avocado in baking. It's one of those things I've been meaning to try for years, but every time I have an avocado I'm craving a sandwich and there it goes! This looks like the best use of avocado in baking I've seen.

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Pam 24/9/15 18:59

I've never made cookies with avocado - these beauties have me intrigued!

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The Yum List 24/9/15 23:41

Pretty presentation today and oh those cookies just look divine.

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myinnerchick.com 25/9/15 01:49

Unique & Healthy!
Gorgeous presentation.
Love the avocado in the center of the plate!

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Geraldine Saucier 25/9/15 02:06

I have never tried avocados in cookies. Your cookies look delicious. I must give them a try. They would be great for a mid day treat:)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 25/9/15 02:34

Angie, these look delicious. I love cookies and these are gorgeous!

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Liz Berg 25/9/15 03:10

I'm always happy to eat cookies for breakfast! What a yummy treat!

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Chrissy Barua 25/9/15 03:27

Love the avocado addition to this!

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Beth 25/9/15 03:36

I'm the only one in my house who likes raisins in my cookies, but I like them a lot. These look great!

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 25/9/15 04:40

Avocado in a cookie? I am so on board with that. I would happily put avocado in everything.

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Sophies foodie Files 25/9/15 13:53

I love your combined cookies with the avocado in here. i think it replaces the fat like butter in these tasty cookies! Wonderful! Yummmm!

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Anne Regalado 25/9/15 14:52

Angie , not your ordinary oatmeal cookies indeed :D I may not be a fan of avocado but adding it to these cookies sounds interesting !

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Lei Angeles 25/9/15 15:23

It looks so yummy! I love avocados!

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Anu-My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 25/9/15 16:59

Oh wow! Never thought of adding avocado in cookies. Angie, these cookies are wonderful. They look absolutely gorgeous!

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Sue/the view from great island 25/9/15 18:48

I am dying to try these, but I'm having trouble finding the Einkorn flour...

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Chris Scheuer 25/9/15 23:10

You make everything look so pretty Angie. Wish I had a stack of these right now!

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Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 26/9/15 02:50

I keep meaning to use avocado in cookies! I've used in in brownies but never cookies! These look fantastic!

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Unknown 26/9/15 20:36

I would love cookies for breakfast!

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Debra Eliotseats 26/9/15 20:38

Angie, what a great idea to use both coconut oil and avocado for healthier fat in these cookies!

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fimère .b 26/9/15 20:52

ils sont terriblement appétissant
bonne soirée

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Rebecca Subbiah 27/9/15 04:58

these look wonderful and love the photos

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Agness Walewinder 27/9/15 13:57

These cookies look absolutely amazing and I can see there are vegan, right? :) Mniam mniam! I am adding this recipe to my favourites!

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claudia lamascolo 27/9/15 16:09

cant go wrong with healthy these sound great!

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Nazneen Hamilton 27/9/15 17:48

Beautiful photos Angie! Love the cookies too, I love oatmeal cookies....though the raisins are always optional ;)

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 28/9/15 00:23

I love a wholesome cookie loaded with flavor. These look wonderful, Angie and perfect for any time of day!

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mjskit 28/9/15 03:12

I would love to sit in your kitchen for a while and just watch you come up with these delicious creations! From the looks of these cookies they look chewy with lots and lots of texture, not to mention an interesting depth of flavors. Great cookies Angie!

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norma chang 28/9/15 13:36

Avocado in baking, this sure is very creative.

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grace 28/9/15 15:13

avocado in cookies? get outta here! what a great idea, and what a wonderful recipe in which to include it!

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Sokehah Cheah 28/9/15 17:04

Never thought of adding avocado in cookies.....so creative!

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Navaneetham Krishnan 28/9/15 17:16

I see what you mean. Not the ordinary cookies I must agree. But a great twist and they are truly mesmerising. Very nice.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 28/9/15 22:53

I have never tried cookies with avocado before and these look fab. What a great breakfast treat Angie :D

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CookWith Manali 29/9/15 00:26

I would like a big plate of these cookies please, they look yum!

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Nippon Nin 29/9/15 01:48

Interesting! So new idea... avocado makes the cookie very moist? Right? Love to try the magic recipe! My husband likes oatmeal cookie. He will never guess avocado is one of ingredients.

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Christine Ho 29/9/15 01:52

You always have very nice healthy ideas, Angie!

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Chris Scheuer 29/9/15 02:33

I love the idea of cookies for breakfast. And they sounds quite legal too! :)

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Reeni Pisano 29/9/15 03:10

They look so soft and chewy! Bet they're perfect with a cup of coffee or tea! Wish I had one!

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Katalina Kastravet 29/9/15 06:05

wow I haven't even heard of Einkorn, but you Angie again delivered a recipe that is unique and it makes me want to run to the grocery store in the middle of the night to get all I need to try it asap!
http://peasandpeonies.com

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Anna 29/9/15 09:40

Oh, it looks delicious - thanks for the recipe!

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faithy 29/9/15 11:42

Wonderfully delicious!

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Paula @ Cocina Central 29/9/15 13:37

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Barbara 29/9/15 13:49

This is a first for me....avocados in cookies? But they really look delicious! Bet anyone eating one couldn't recognize any avocado in it! :)

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Harriet Emily 29/9/15 15:32

What amazing cookies Angie! They look beautiful. I love the addition of avocado - yum!

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Juliana 29/9/15 17:14

These cookies look sound and look great Angie...coconut oil, avocado, oats...and all the healthy ingredients in it...I would love one now as I am sipping on my coffee.
Have a wonderful week ahead :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 29/9/15 20:55

So glad these are not the typical kind, sound way better. And you know I love the avocado in there!

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Gina Stanley 29/9/15 21:09

I don't know how you do it, churning out dish after dish and make them all look so good. Hope summer has treated you well.
-Gina-

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Cheri Savory Spoon 29/9/15 21:35

Hi Angie, oh I love that you added avocado to your cookies, and I really need to buy some einkorn flour. Love that these are so healthy!

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Yelena Strokin 29/9/15 22:54

Baking with avocado is amazing! So delicious and healthy.

Hugs,

Yelena

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Gloria Baker 30/9/15 02:20

Angie these cookies look beautiful and delicious :))

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Amy (Savory Moments) 30/9/15 02:47

These cookies are so full of healthy ingredients, Angie!

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Amy 30/9/15 03:45

How clever to use avocado to replace butter! :) My kids love avocado and I'm sure they'll enjoy these cookies a lot!

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Arpita @ The Gastronomic Bong 30/9/15 11:37

Love that you used avocado in this recipe.. These cookies look wonderful, Angie!! :D

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Vicki Bensinger 1/10/15 13:26

I've yet to try Eichorn, I really need to check it out. I'm sure these cooked are delicious!

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Honey Bee Sweets 1/10/15 14:55

Wow! I wanna try this! I'll be getting some coconut oil soon and itll will be perfect to use it here, yum yum :9

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Shibi Thomas 6/10/15 03:34

I had tried avocados in cake loafs, but never in cookies. These cookies are simply amazing with the ingredients you had added in it!!

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Dawn Hutchins 10/11/15 19:43

I love the simple, clean ingredient list. I can't believe I've used avocados so many ways but haven't used them in cookies yet. I might just whip a batch of these up today!

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