The idea for this recipe came from a newspaper article, it was about a raw food event in Texas. This version is more simple, quick and easy. It’s been great to experiment with around the holidays. It tastes best after marinating overnight, the raisins get soft and plump.

Recipe Directions

Combine all ingredients in large bowl, mix well. Allow to sit for at least 30 minutes before serving. I like to play with the seasonings, sometimes add more lemon, cinnnamon or a little maple syrup for extra sweetness.

It’s great for breakfast with dehydrated buckwhat sprouts sprinkled on top or mixed with sprouted quinoa.

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The idea for this recipe came from a newspaper article, it was about a raw food event in Texas. This version is more simple, quick and easy. It’s been great to experiment with around the holidays. It tastes best after marinating overnight, the raisins get soft and plump.

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I made an account just so I could rate this 5 stars! It was delicious. I juiced a whole lemon instead of just one half, and I used 1/2 cup of shredded coconut instead of just 1/4, because I love coconut so much. Oh, and I also forgot to chop the walnuts; I just grabbed a handful and threw them in.

It tastes just like apple pie, except BETTER. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

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This sounds really nice - great for the lunch box too. Thanks.

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just made this

squeezed on a grapefruit instead of the lemon

YUM!

in the fridge now to 'set'

mmmm

thanks!

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Eatin' it as I type! Makes a GREAT breakfast! And it was QUICK!!! I couldn't wait the 30 minutes though! Thanks for the recipe!!!

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This recipe was INCREDIBLE! Quick and easy...which is a priority for me...and DELICIOUS! I over did it a bit with the cinnamon, but it was a quick fix! No doubt this will become a regular item for me! Thanks!

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backwheat or quinoa sounds good for topping... what is the good source for raisins? i always see seedless kind... ~thank you, great way to have your fruit of a season.

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