Trinity River Rocks: A cookie recipe that says welcome to the 6RR family!

Locals and travelers from all over the world come to Six Rivers National Forest to play and explore on the beautiful Trinity River. While their motives may be from fishing, to hiking, to rafting or exploring the majestic redwoods nearby. Six rivers rafting is becoming notorious for are our delicious meals, especially our homemade cookies! Our vegan and sometimes gluten free (if that’s your thing, no worries! ) banana chocolate chips cookies are just the cherry on top of the cake of goodness we call LUNCH!!! We believe that what we serve our guests on the river says a lot about who we are as a company and what our values are. From locally smoked salmon, to garden fresh veggies grown by the happy staff of our company, we source our food as locally, fresh and eco-groovy as possible. Our aim is for all organic, fresh ingredients. Also our on river research shows that well fed guests make for good paddlers! Eating well will also help you float if you fall out in a rapid! Safety first, always… River lunch with 6RR always includes 6RR’s owner Shandy’s delicious homemade cookies. Shandy bakes her cookies with love and good intention every week. Sure it would be easier to just buy store bought cookies and call it good. But what says thank you and welcome to the river better than homemade treats? That’s right, these cookies are Six Rivers Rafting ways of saying “Hello, welcome, and thanks.” We know you have a lot of options to choose from when planning your vacation and choosing a whitewater outfitter. While our company isn’t the biggest outfitter on the river, we hope that our small sized boutique trips and home style river meals make you feel right at home and apart of our river family. Like many happy families, secret recipes are key. But we’re not so good at secrets so here it is; our cookie recipe ! Just promise you’ll come try them in person on one of our Full Day Rafting Trips… Trinity River Rocks: a vegan, banana chocolate chip cookie recipe. Mix Together: 2 mashed bananas 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1/4 cup oil (sunflower, olive, or coconut) 1/4 cup sweet syrup (honey, agave, or maple syrup) Mix Together: 1/4 cup chocolate chips 1 cup rolled oats 2/3 cup flour (wheat, rice, or coconut) 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 cup shredded non-sweet coconut pinch of salt Mix the dry with the wet. Drop cookie dough in tsp. size on a oiled or parchment lined cookie sheet for 15 minutes in a preheated oven 350 degrees. This is a easy cookie recipe and you can adjust it to your dietary needs, We think that it would be fun to experiment with substituting pumpkin for bananas. Enjoy!

Love ,The 6RR gang …

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