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Hempseed Almond Thumbprint Cookies

A nutrient-rich take on a classic cookie, made with Nutiva Organic Hempseed, Coconut Oil, and Coconut Sugar.



  1. Preheat oven to 350?F.
  2. Mix all flours and sugar together in a mixing bowl.
  3. Warm coconut oil to a liquid and combine with olive oil and maple sugar.
  4. Add liquid to dry ingredients and mix thoroughly.
  5. Make small patties and gently press thumb into the tops of each cookie.
  6. Bake at 350?F for 25 minutes.
  7. Remove from the oven and add a small dollop of raspberry jam into each depression.
  8. Continue to bake for an additional 10-15 minutes until lightly brown. Let cool. Enjoy!!

A nutrient-rich take on a classic cookie, made with Nutiva Organic Hempseed, Coconut Oil, and Coconut Sugar.

Made With Nutiva

Organic Coconut Sugar
Organic Coconut Sugar

With a subtly sweet taste, unrefined and unprocessed Nutiva Organic Coconut Sugar is the smarter sweetener option

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Organic Shelled Hempseed
Organic Shelled Hempseed

The world’s most nutritious seed, hemp is rich in protein, with the perfect ratio of omega fats, and a delicious nutty flavor

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Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

Cold-pressed and never refined, rich in lauric acid and versatile in your kitchen

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  1. Deborah Cranson says:

    Too long of a bake time and cookies melt into a flat mess.

    1. Nutiva Team Nutiva says:

      Hi Deborah – Thank you for the input. As all ovens bake differently, we recommend starting with the least amount of time and continuously checking. These cookies have definitely been a crowd favorite! Let us know if we can help in any way. Thanks!

    2. Nancy says:

      I am having the same experience: one big uni-cookie. The dough was tasty so perhaps I can make bars instead of drop cookies. Not what I was hoping for, though.

  2. Nancy says:

    I had hoped for nice round cookies as pictured on the web site, but I too baked a uni-cookie. The recipe clearly needs some tweaking. The cookies taste good but are very crumbly and not fun to eat. We are eating them anyway as the ingredients are too costly to throw away the cookies. I am not likely to make this recipe again.

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