A great take along for all of you on the go, one of the best ways to stay raw when not home.

Recipe Directions

Grind sunflower & Flax seeds in coffee grinder
Pulse Soaked Almonds & Dates in food processor
Dice Apples & Pears
Stir all together with salt & vanilla, form into bar shapes and Dehydrate until they can be turned over and then continue until soft and chewy, not crispy

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A great take along for all of you on the go, one of the best ways to stay raw when not home.

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also, for how long do you soak the almonds?

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it makes 24 servings...so how long will it last without spoiling? do you refrigerate?

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Thanks all, so happy you have enjoyed eating and playing with the recipe!!!
Oops the salt was one teaspoon and the vanilla was one tablespoon... I fixed it on the recipe, thanks!!!
I agree with the added spices but my 5 yr old granddaughter doesn't like them... So you know what that means when she's here... LOL

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This is a great recipe, waterbaby. I gave this recipe to my friend and she shared her results. Awesome!
Then, I just put mine in the dehydrator, but the batter tasted delicious! She add fresh, sliced cranberries and cloves
to the recipe and I used a mix of raisins and dates, substituted almond meal from TJ's (may not be raw) and also added some goji berries that were soaked for 15 minutes. I diced the comice pears, then whizzed the apples in the processor to a small dice. I added cinnamon, fresh nutmeg and a little allspice. 1 tsp of salt is plenty for this.

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Sounds delish and nice and easy to.

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it tastes great if you add some mixed spices such as cinnamon, pinch of clove, etc.

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Sounds awesome! Is it supposed to be 2 Tb salt or maybe 2 tsp?

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What an easy recipe...I can't wait to try it!

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