Recipe Directions

In a small bowl, cover raisins with water & set aside to plump. Once raisins are plump, drain & add to a larger bowl along with chopped fruit [I used a combination of pear & granny smith apple], agave, lemon juice, vanilla & spices [to taste]. Stir gently.

In food processor, pulse nuts until crumbly, but not fine. Add dates & salt. Pulse until combined.

Add a few heaping spoonfuls to the fruit, stir gently. Sprinkle the remaining nut mixture on top.

I ate mine right away, at room temperature, but I’m sure it would be great if allowed to chill so the flavors can meld together.

Enjoy!

ĸiтs©нÿ-♥-нiррiε's Thoughts

I need to think of some more clever raw puns!

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dietwatching's Review

Fruit RAWbler
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I loved this recipe! It was simple to make and a delicious breakfast idea. I divided mine into 3 servings, 2 for later. It came out great after sitting in the fridge overnight, preferable to eating it right away. I look forward to trying more variations of fruits and nuts. Thank you for this quick and easy recipe!

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Just to let you know, I made this delightful rawbler... I also used apples & pears but used cranberries as I was out of raisins, also added chia seed to thicken the juice and let everything meld together overnight in the refrigerator... OMG!!! WONDERFUL!!!

Thank you for this creation!!!

Also with the left over apple slices I created a "Lara" type bar and will post later...

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Hello breakfast! Thanks :)

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Looks great!

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WOW, this looks beyond Yummy :)

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