We love that the recipe is very simple with very few ingredients.
The dough is a mix of sunflower seeds, quinoa flakes, cacao and medjool dates, and it’s easy to work with. It’s a different dough than you might expect for cookies, but it works really well.
This Florentine recipe uses sunflower, pumpkin, and hemp seeds to replace the nuts, cocoa butter and maple syrup in place of the butter and honey, rice flour instead of wheat, and of course, Amore di Mona couverture chocolat speciale.
Panforte is a chewy Italian dessert containing fruits and nuts dating back to 13th century. Traditionally, the dried fruits, nuts and spices are mixed together with flour, sugar and honey and then baked in a shallow pan.
To make this recipe vegan, gluten-free and nut-f...