Recipe: Almond Meal Thumbprint Cookies

Thumbprint cookies are my favorite use for the pulp you get when making your own almond milk. I make a variation of these as teething cookies for my son as well (make bricks instead of circles and skip the jam), but this is the original recipe. These are not a super sugary cookie. They’re great with tea or coffee!

Preheat oven to 375*F
Ingredients:

1c fresh almond pulp (still wet, if you don’t want to make these right away leave your pulp in tupperware in the fridge up to 2 weeks)

1/4c all purpose baking flour

2tbsp melted butter (Vegan butter is used here)

2 shakes cinnamon

1/2 banana






Mix all ingredients in a bowl until you have a dough that’s about the consistency of a cheeseball. Then pinch and roll out your cookies pressing your thumb into the center of each one (yields ~6).

Fill the indents with jam, jelly, or preserves of your choosing. If you can your own this can be completely ZW! I have store bought here.

Bake at 375*F for 20-25 minutes.

I like to allow mine to cool on the tray for an additional 15 minutes to have a crispier bottom, but that’s optional based on preference.

Enjoy!

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  1. Almost no ingredients, just the way I like it haha! I’m a big fan of using banana to add some extra sweetness to a recipe. Instantly makes it healthier than a whole bunch of sugar, am I right. I love that you added jam to these. I’m never used almond pulp, but hey, there’s a first for everything!

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