Recipe Directions

1. To make the crackers, place all ingredients in a food processor and process until smooth.

2. Spread on Teflex and dehydrate overnight or until cracker texture.

3. For the whipped cream, place all ingredients in a Vitamix or high speed blender. Blend until smooth and creamy. It should not be runny.

4. Refrigerate to chill.

5. Break a piece of the cracker and place whipped cream on top.

6. Add blueberries or your favorite fruit--berries work best.

7. Layer another cracker on top and repeat whipped cream and fruit. Serve chilled.

Cheflandria2009's Thoughts

By cheflandria2009

I decided to play around with oat groats and discovered this ensemble.

It's delicious!

Chocolate banana oat groat crackers can be eaten by itself, or used for dipping cacao fondue or cashew whipped cream.

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I made a similar sweet cracker the other day and used coconut butter on top because I had no nuts on hand, another idea is pureed banana with some vanilla for a topping!

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this looks super yummy! im adding this to my favorites

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Oh. My. Gosh.

I didn't know what to expect when I clicked on the recipe title and my mouth instantly started watering.

Does anyone have any suggestions to substitute for cashews? I try not to buy them as they're expensive and my last ones got all moldy before I could eat all of them.

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I used a cup of soaked cashews.

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How many cashews for the whipped cream?

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Holy macadamia nuts! That sounds A-mazing. I'm soaking some oat groats pronto! :)

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