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Heart-Shaped Valentine Cookies
 
  1 large ripe pear, chopped in large pieces
  1 cup walnuts, soaked overnight
  1 cup pecans, soaked overnight
  1 cup dried cherries, soaked 1 hour
  cup honey
  1 teaspoon maple extract
  1 teaspoon almond extract
  teaspoon powdered stevia*
  1 heart-shaped cookie cutter (open mold)
 
Place the pear, walnuts, pecans, honey, extracts and stevia in a food processor and blend to homogenize the batter so that it is completely smooth. Add in the cherries and pulse until they are chopped into smaller pieces.
 
Take heart shaped cookie cutter (with a hollow center) and place on solid dehydrator sheet and fill with batter. Carefully remove the cookie cutter so heart shape stays intact. Repeat process until all the batter is used up.
 
Dehydrate for 6 hours. Flip and dehydrate for another 6 hours or until right consistency.
 
Makes 10-12 cookies depending on the size of the cookie cutter.
 
* Every brand of stevia has a different level of sweetness so you will need to test it first to really know how much to add. When you have the correct proportion you should not be able to taste the stevia, it should just increase the sweetness of other sweeteners so you don't have to add as much of them.


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