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  1. Midge
    September 18, 2016

    Flax doesn’t make a gel, does it? I know chia seeds do??? Was there a mistake?

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    • Adrienne
      September 18, 2016

      Yes, flax does make a gel or rather a good egg substitute.

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      • Midge
        September 18, 2016

        I use flax all the time and never got a gel. . I take two heaping TBS every morning of my life for so many health benefits. I mix it with water and drink it down. It has never gelled. :/ I will try some and let it set.

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      • Adrienne
        September 19, 2016

        I used to take it but it didn’t seem to agree with me. I hope to write a post on it.

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  2. Kara
    April 30, 2016

    OmGosg thank you this looks great for my candida diet with a modification here and there

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    • Adrienne
      April 30, 2016

      Yay – glad to hear it. Enjoy – we love them.

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  3. Anna Cordova
    December 12, 2014

    When I tried to make these, they were very runny and they didn’t hold together well. Any thoughts on how I could prevent this? Thanks!

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    • Adrienne
      December 12, 2014

      I’ve just emailed the author – thanks!

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    • Raia
      December 13, 2014

      I’m sorry they didn’t work out for you, Anna! I make these cookies regularly and have never had that happen. :/ The only thing I can think of is that your almond butter may not be as thick as mine is. (Mine is very thick.) If you don’t have any egg allergies you could try subbing an egg for the flax meal and water, that would make it stick together more. Sorry I can’t be more helpful!

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  4. Lisa @ The Wellness Wife
    August 1, 2014

    These look yummy. Thanks for sharing this healthy cookie recipe. Pinning!

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    • Adrienne
      August 1, 2014

      Thanks much!

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  5. Cristy Henderson
    July 30, 2014

    I am so thrilled to have found your page. We can’t wait to try this recipe. We just discovered my son ‘s recent stomach issues to be caused by gluten intolerance and wheat allergy. As an active 12 year old he feels like he has been handed a life sentence…:-( We are searching and learning about how to eliminate and substitute new alternatives.

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  6. Marla
    July 26, 2014

    Yum. They look really good and such healthy ingredients. Thanks for sharing on Real Food Fridays Blog Hop. I shared on Pinterest.

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    • Adrienne
      July 26, 2014

      Hi there and thanks! I hope you enjoy them!

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  7. Julia
    July 23, 2014

    What a great recipe! I’ve never seen a recipe of Raia’s that didn’t amaze. Thanks for sharing this one here!

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    • Adrienne
      July 23, 2014

      I agree, Julia!!!

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    • Raia
      July 28, 2014

      Awww…. thanks, Julia. 😉

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  8. Carie Spence
    July 23, 2014

    Sounds yummy and all the ingredients we have in our house, yay!

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    • Adrienne
      July 23, 2014

      Thanks! Hope you enjoy them!

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  9. Audrey @ Gluten-Free Vegan Love
    July 22, 2014

    These look delicious! Pinning 🙂

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    • Adrienne
      July 22, 2014

      Thanks Audrey! I was just eyeing your lovely cake from this Wed’s linkup!

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  10. Mary Frances
    July 22, 2014

    A good chocolate cookie has a little texture and I love coconut! Mmm, one bowl recipes are the best and anytime almond butter is involved, I am signed up! Amazing cookie recipe, pinned!

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    • Adrienne
      July 22, 2014

      Thanks Mary!!! I completely agree with you. Coconut. Almond Butter. Cookies. All of it!

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