Recipe Directions

MUFFINS - Mash everything together in the blender except the raisins! The end result should be dough like, however I used random measurements so you may need to adjust. Add some water if the consistency is too thick, or add an extra banana if it’s too thin. Pour into a large bowl and mix the raisins in. Form into little english muffins to whatever size you desire. Dehydrate until they are bread like. Toasty but not hard. If you start in the morning, you could be eating these by bedtime.

NUT BUTTER - Blend all ingredients until smooth (or even have it crunchy if desired.) I always have difficulties making great nut butters so you may need to adjust, or just do it your way. Store in a jar until the muffins are ready…..

JAM - Mix the strawberries and sweetener in the blender until smooth. Chill in the fridge.

PUT YOUR MUFFINS TOGETHER - When they are ready, take them out of the dehydrator and spread the nut butter on, followed by some jam and garnish with diced apples and a handful of fresh blueberries. I outline my muffins by putting the apples on the outside and piling the blueberries into the middle. Optional, Drizzle with honey or agave nectar over top and a tiny pinch of cinnamon.

For a fancier deal, you could even top it with whipped cream. I do this during holidays and special events for friends.

Last Note: These are best eaten right out of the dehydrator while they’re warm! They are wonderful as a breakfast also with a slice of banana, like pictured.

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By OceanBliss

These are SOO good! They are my favorite thing to eat as a midnight snack. They’re great to offer at parties and during holidays, too!

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These are an every time I use the dehydrator item which is about once a month....

yummmmmmmm. Thank-you

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this has almost completely taken care of my bread cravings. the texture is fantastic!

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actually I did not like these at all. I followed the recipe regiously, but I guess it is not my cup of tea.

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These look so good! I will be making these :)

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You're welcome, ambiguous. I'm glad you liked it. Great tips, thanks. It does make quite a bit. I'm addicted to these so I always make sure there's lots. The doughnut/icing idea sounds awesome, I'm going to do that!

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This has become a staple for me--thank you so much for the recipe! But I'd definitely recommend grinding the flax first, and putting that in a bowl while blending the other ingredients, and then mix it all together in the bowl. My Vitamix can't handle all of it at once.

I find it makes maybe 6 or 7? I don't think I've counted. Bonus tip: add extra sweetener and poke a hole through the middle of the muffin for doughnuts! Which of course can then be iced with a mixture of coconut oil, cocoa powder and agave . . .

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How many muffins does this recipe make? This looks so good. PB&J on an English Muffin was one of my favorite things to eat growing up. I am so excited to have it raw!

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I am glad you both enjoyed them :)

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I made them. Oh, and I'll make them again, and again, and again...they're wonderful!

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Hi I made these earlier with one large grated zuchini. I only put one banana in. I also added a grated apple. It is more like a zuchini pancake. I should have done half of the recipe OceanBliss's way and half mine!

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writeeternity...I forgot to say that all of the ingredients I listed under 'Muffins' is what I used for the actual muffin itself. Then add the following ingredients for the toppings. You could adjust any other ingredients to your taste & consistency.

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writeeternity...zuchini sounds great! You should give that a try. Not sure about the holes, maybe a small cookie cutter would do that. Great idea!!

spiritedmama...a raw pizza sounds interesting, you could make it with tomato sause and a bunch of veggies on top with other spices. Yum!

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That's a great idea spirited mama!I would just add a little garlic and basil!

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I am going to make these this weekend, they look so yummy! For future creative endevours, does anyone have any ideas for how to make these savory? I was thinking that my kids might like something like an "english muffin pizza", only raw.

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Hi Ocean Bliss! I was just craving an english muffin! I'm not sure about the recipe though. Which ingredients go into the actual muffin- the first three? I was thinking these may be a little lighter if a grated zuchini was added. I wonder if there is a way to make those little holes that are in english muffins. Thanks for this brazil nuts are so good for you and I would have never thought of bananas in something like this! WOW!

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I'm going to try them this weekend! I've got an Excalibur 9 tray dehydrator, that needs a food workout!

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Man, I REALLY need a dehydrator! These look incredible!

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Thanks :) They taste like the real thing, so divine!!

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Looks yummy ocean bliss, just like an English scone tea with some jam and cream!

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