A great sneak-into-the-movies snack, these are very simple to throw together, if you have tend to have sprouted grains around, that is.

Recipe Directions

1. Put pumpkin seeds through a food processor until they turn into a coarse flour-like consistency. 2. Pour into a bowl and spoon-stir in quinoa or buckwheat, curry powder, sea salt, and agave nectar. Sprinkle in a little water if things aren’t mixing well or looking sticky enough. 3. Spoon onto Teflex sheets to form little bite-sized lumps. 4. Dehydrate at 100 degrees until chewy (about 6 hours) if you’re going to eat them right away (they’re heavenly warm right out of the dehydrator!) or until dry (about 13 hours)

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A great sneak-into-the-movies snack, these are very simple to throw together, if you have tend to have sprouted grains around, that is.

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These are sooo good! I only made a single batch the fist time... and then this time a triple batch- my non-raw partner loves them!! He was passing them out at work! Thanks so much, keep up the good recipes please:)!

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These sound really good and SIMPLE! Thanks
radish_man, That's cool your mom likes them. I am always trying to find ways to help my parents eat healthier, and my dad seems to like things better if he is sneaking them when I'm not looking. Great!

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LOVE 'EM !!! It's almost like curry candy.

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LOVE 'EM !!!

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Would blended soaked dates also work in place of honey/

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My mum is a full blown meat eating, cooked food addict ... I made them one afternoon and found her sneaking them out of the dehydrator !!!
She still has no idea what they are made of or that they are completely raw.
Hard to stop at one!

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My children love them! I tried 3 version: 1 with raw honey, 1 with agave, and 1 with maple syrup...the honey wins and agave was a close 2nd. What a nice treat to take on car trips :) Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks for the tips, will be making tomorrow. I have Quinoa sprouting as we "speak" :) I'll have to look for that honey, right now I have raw honey from a local man in Strasburg, PA (close to Lancaster, PA) but am always open to trying others...I do love his raw Orange Blossom Honey, even though it isn't local (for obvious reasons...no orange trees in PA), it tastes and smells FABULOUS!

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I generally use "Wee Bee" honey, which to me tastes best of the raw honeys I've tried so far, though it can be tough to use in recipes because it's so thick. I recommend mashing it down with the back of a spoon first when using it in recipes. So in this case, first put about 2 tablespoons of honey into a bowl, mash it smooth with a spoon and a tablespoon of water, mix in the salt and curry, THEN stir in the pumkin seeds and quinoa or buckwheat, so everything gets coated evenly. Good luck! Remember to taste as you're making it--the quantities I gave should only serve as a sketch: you make it your own, add the finishing strokes, determine if you want more or less of whichever ingredient. In this case I did mean 2 cups AFTER sprouting, though, if that helps...

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When you say 2 cups sprouted quinoa, soaked and sprouted...do you mean 2 cups "after" they have sprouted OR 2 cups quinoa "before" being soaked and sprouted? Just want to make sure I make these correctly...

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These sounds great...what type of raw honey did you use? And how much honey did you use? Thanks...

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I tried this yet again yesterday (several friends had requested an encore) but this time I used raw honey instead of agave nectar. Of all the versions, I think buckwheat and honey is the most scrumptuous.

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