1 can Cooked garbanzo beans
1/2 cup peanut butter or your favorite nut butter
4 tablespoons ground flaxseed
4 Dates (if dates are not soften, they may be softened by microwaving them for 1 minute with 1/3 cup water)
1. If you're warming dates in microwave, start with that and then drain and reserve the water
2. Into a food processor, place dates, drained garbanzo beans, peanut butter, and flax.
3. Blend until thick and well assimilated. Thick mixture should be thick like cookie dough but you'll need a food processor or vitamix to get this consistency. If you just have a blender, you may need to add a little of the reserved date water in order to blend into a smooth mixture.
In that case, your mixture might be a little more like a mousse than a dough, but it will nonetheless be delicious!!!
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