Alkaline Cookies! No-Bake Raw Ginger Bites

alkaline cookies
Article by ross

This is a fast (5-minute!), delicious, alkaline and healthy-fat rich (so it’s great for your brain and will keep you going) recipe that EVERYONE in your family will love!

Hey! Ross here with a brand-new alkaline snack recipe for you. These little cookie-bites are DELICIOUS. The healthy fat coming from the almonds, almond butter, coconut oil, and macadamia nuts is so great for fighting inflammation, soothing the gut, speeding your metabolism, fighting bad cholesterol and raising good cholesterol…and so much more.

Plus you’re getting the anti-inflammatory benefit from the ginger, nutmeg for the digestive system, cinnamon for your metabolism and cardiovascular system and cancer-fighting cardamon that’s also good for bad breath!

The sugar from the dates and rice malt syrup in this entire batch equates to a total of 86g of sugar, and of this 28g of fructose, which is the sugar we really need to avoid. This means each cookie contains 6g sugar and 2g of fructose. Which is the equivalent to the sugar and fructose in less than a quarter of an average-sized apple.

Enjoy 🙂

Alkaline, No-Bake Ginger Cookie Bites

Makes 14 Cookies

Ingredients

3 tbsp almond butter
1/4 cup macadamia nuts
1/4 cup raw almonds
2 tbsp coconut oil
2 tbsp rice malt syrup
4 Medjool dates (pitted)
2 tsp ground cinnamon
3 tsp ground ginger (you can increase or decrease depending on how spicy you like it)
1 tsp of ground cardamon
Pinch of ground nutmeg
1 cup oats

Method

  1. Using a blender or food processor, blitz together the almond butter, coconut oil, rice malt syrup, dates (ideally soaked in hot water for a few minutes first, but it’s not a biggie), ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and oats until they’re well combined.
  2. Next throw in the almonds and macadamias and blend further, leaving these a bit chunky.
  3. Now, using your hands, simply roll them into balls and then flatten slightly to make the cookie shape. Put them into the freezer for half an hour and then transfer to the fridge. See if you can make them last 24 hours 😉

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  1. Beverley Reply

    I have a problem with oats. What can I use instead?
    You ginger cookies sound wonderful until the end when it requires oats.
    Some other of your recipes requires oats.
    I eat oats and for hours I feel like I sallowed acid.

  2. Laura Reply

    hi Ross
    you may have spoken about monk fruit but can you please mention again about it. is it ok to use, as stevia is? i have been out of the loop for a bit.
    also can you re-mention about Ezekial bread/english muffins/flat bread
    I am also wondering about good assimilative (maybe not a word but you get the idea) sources of iron without taking iron supplements. this may be a deeper metabolic issue but thought to ask anyway.
    I have been following your advise for a couple of years now, with some slips recently, and now need to tighten up my protocols.
    i have to assume that some of us are way more susceptible to inflammation that others because my system needs to stay on the pretty straight and narrow to not be in pain. others around me seem to be able to eat more widely with no fall-out!!!!
    thanks for all, your spirit, your enthusiasm and your guidance.

  3. K Reply

    Can I switch out almonds for hazelnuts or cashews? I can’t have walnuts or almonds

    • ross Reply

      Yep absolutely.

  4. Judy O Reply

    I have known about staying alkaline for about 20 years. I bought your book (and one for my daughter)
    I followed your book for the cleanse for 2 weeks. Now I want to introduce some other foods. ? Eggs
    ? Sardines

    • ross Reply

      Everything in moderation 🙂

  5. Heidi Brié Reply

    Hi Ross, I wanted to have your opinion on the use of the microwave oven. Is it safe to use it to heat soups and other food? What about making juices and freeze them to drink later in the coming week. Does microwaving and freezing alter the nutritional value of food and juice?
    Thank you for your reply
    Have a great day
    Heidi Brié
    Belgium

    • ross Reply

      Hey Heidi

      I have not used a microwave since 2007, and I recommend you don’t either. It is SO easy to reheat in a pan. I have literally never even thought about it since I chucked it out, let alone missed it.

      R

  6. Dolores Manley Reply

    I live in the Houston, Texas, USA area … and cannot seem to find rice malt syrup.
    Does it go by another name?

    Where can I order it from?, please.

    • ross Reply

      Brown rice syrup

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