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Raw Ginger Orange Oatmeal Cookies

We have a long standing tradition (as so many others do) of making tons of Christmas cookies. My daughters would descend on the kitchen and hours later, flour everywhere, the fruits of their labor sat on tray after glistening tray, waiting to be consumed by the dozens. And consume we did.


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These days, I still love cookies, but not the kind I used to eat. No more butter, white flour and processed sugar. I want my cookies made from healthy, whole ingredients. And, I want tasty cookies.

These little treats are made with  raw oats (gluten free), oat flour and apples. Dried cranberries, ginger and orange nicely fills out the flavor. They are easy to make and have the taste and texture of traditional cookies. Both you and your loved ones will be happy with the results. You can have your cookies and eat them too. Oh wait … that’s cake … we will do that later.

*I get my raw flaked oats from Sunrise Flour Mills

**They are still raw. To find out why, check the FAQ page.


Raw Ginger Cranberry Orange Oatmeal Cookies



  • 2 cups raw flaked oats*
  • 1 cup oat flour (you can make the flour from flaked oats or oat groats in the high-speed blender)
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon ginger powdered
  • 1/3 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 1 teaspoon ginger fresh, grated
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3 apples, cored, sliced and puréed in food processor (leave skin on)
  • 1 cup dried cranberries
  • Zest from one orange
  • 1/4 cup agave or liquid sweetener of choice


  1. In a large bowl, mix together raw oats, raw oat flour, cinnamon and powdered ginger.
  2. In second bowl, mix together the remaining wet ingredients. Stir the wet ingredients into the dry.
  3. On non-stick dehydrator sheets, drop dough in cookie-size mounds, flatten slightly.
  4. Dehydrate at 145** for 45 minutes then reduce heat to 115 and dehydrate 4-6 hours, removing to screens half-way through dehydration.


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  1. catherine wrote on March 3, 2014

    Hi really like your website, there are so many recipes I will try! These cookies are my favorite raw cookies, since I don’t like to use large amount of nuts. They are delicious, especially with maple syrup instead of agave (which is more natural to use for canadians!). I have shared the recipe and everyone love them.

  2. Shelly wrote on March 9, 2013

    Can you make these on regular cookie sheet ?I am new to all this and don’t have dehydrating pan.Also how are the carbs in this cookie ,I have to count them

  3. Dahwa wrote on February 7, 2013

    I made it yesterday. (Actually, replaced oat to brown rice flour)
    and it’s taste so~ gorgeous 😀
    Thank you Susan.

  4. Andrea wrote on February 3, 2013

    Hello, cookies look wonderful! Quick question, what kind of apples do you use. Green, red, and if red which kind. I noticed in most your recipes you don’t specify. Thx!!!!

  5. Jacqueline wrote on January 22, 2013

    These are so good. My kids ate them all up especially the baby!

  6. Remi wrote on January 6, 2013

    Oh my goodness! This is the 3rd dish that I’ve made from this blog in 2 days. This tastes as good as it looks, and, yet again, the dish looks exactly like the photos. I think the key here is to buy amazingly fresh, sweet, mildly-tart apples, since they’re a large proportion of the recipe. JonaGolds, HoneyCrisp, Gala – something fresh, juicy and not mealy. The amazing apples that I used brightened up the taste and brought these delicious cookies to life.

    Nice job, Susan!

  7. Natalie wrote on January 2, 2013

    Delicious looking cookies!

  8. jodye @ chocolate and chou fleur wrote on December 30, 2012

    These looks so good, and I’m definitely into the orange-cranberry combination lately. These would be the perfect midday snack for me while I work!

  9. Amanda wrote on December 29, 2012

    These look great and so seasonal!

  10. Susan wrote on December 28, 2012

    This recipe calls for dry oats. If you want to soak them, you would then need to dry them before using. Cheers!


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