You don’t have to roll these into balls. I imagine they’d taste just as well taking the form of cake. I’m unsure about the dehydrating time, since my cheap dehydrator doesn’t have a thermostat.  

Recipe Directions

1. Grate carrots. Put into a mixing bowl.

2. Crumble nuts in and add everything, mixing together.

3. Shape into messy little balls and place in the dehydrator. Use teflex if you’ve got it.

4. Take them out once the outside is dry.

Iwasthelion's Thoughts

By iwasthelion

You don’t have to roll these into balls.

I imagine they’d taste just as well taking the form of cake.

I’m unsure about the dehydrating time, since my cheap dehydrator doesn’t have a thermostat.

 

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this recipe was super easy and delicious!

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Yummy! I made a couple small changes. I used all walnuts (3/4 cup in total). Instead of agave I chopped 5 big juicy dates. I omitted the flax and added double the lemon juice. The two carrots that I grated measured approximately 2 1/4 cups altogether. They are dehydrating as we speak, though I was tasting them as I mixed them (with my hands). Such an easy and satisfying treat!

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Yummy! I made a couple small changes. I used all walnuts (3/4 cup in total). Instead of agave I chopped 5 big juicy dates. I omitted the flax and added double the lemon juice. The two carrots that I grated measured approximately 2 1/4 cups altogether. They are dehydrating as we speak, though I was tasting them as I mixed them (with my hands). Such an easy and satisfying treat!

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this recipe was super easy and delicious!

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