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Hilary's Sweet Potato Ted Cookies

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Recipe Created By: Hilary


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1 cup cooked sweet potato
1/4 cup safe oil
1/4 cup rice syrup
1 cup rice flour
1/2 cup potato starch
1/2 tsp safe salt
1/4 tsp baking soda


Blend the three wet ingredients together, then add the dry ingredients. Mix to get a soft dough similar in texture to peanut-butter or chocolate chip cookie dough.

Then scoop by forkfuls onto a cookie sheet, flattening with the back of a fork so they end up looking something like peanut butter cookies.

Bake for about 20 minutes at about 350 °F until slightly browned on the edges.


For the sweet potato, Hilary rarely measures so she cubes a sweet potato and boils for about 15-20 min til very soft, then mashes into oblivion.

Cooking time is approximate; bake until cookies are slightly browned on the edges.


Other sweeteners, such as maple syrup or honey, could substitute for the rice syrup.

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