Yield20 mini loaves (2 per snack serving)
3 cup Carrots, shredded or processed into a pulp
2 cup Apples, the tart kind, shredded or processed into a pulp (Granny Smith and Pink Lady are good choices)
3/4 cup Raisins, soaked (if you can find them raw)
2/3 cup Flax seeds or Chia seeds, coarsely ground if you like
1/4 cup Brazil nuts, soaked (optional, for flavor)
2 Tbsp Agave
1 tsp Cinnamon
1. Mix or process everything together.
2. Soak in a warm spot for up to an hour to let the seeds absorb some of the moisture.
3. Use a big spoon or an ice cream scoop to dollop onto dehydrator sheets. Flatten with a fork to about 1/2 inch thick.
4. Dehydrate for about 12 hours, flipping once. You might want to dehydrate longer or shorter. I like them when the have a dried outer shell, and are still soft inside.
5. Can eat alone or serve with "butter" made of pine nuts, lemon juice, salt, and coconut butter. Can store in fridge for a couple of weeks, depending how soft you left them.
Janetfi's ThoughtsBy janetfi
Sweet, soft, and filling snack bread. Delicious alone, or goes well with "butter" made with pine nuts, lemon juice, salt, and coconut butter.
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