Recipe Directions

1. Soak dates and berries in water for at least half an hour to soften.

2. Blend until smooth. May need additional water if dates aren’t juicy.

3. Serve as ketchup with apple fries (cut apples sprinkled with lemon juice, cinnamon, nutmeg, and date sugar).

Evergreen's Thoughts

By evergreen

A great sweet ketchup for your fun fruity fries!

Of course, you can try other fruit as fries like pear or mango and play around with the jam by mixing other dried fruit with the dates or substitute fresh berries for the dried ones and water.

Also pictured as a filling for a variation of my chia sesame crackers.

I use a potato cutter for the apple fries. :)

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hi, everyone...thanks for the comments...Aziah, i cut the cookie shapes after rolling out the raw batter,right on the parchment paper,make even numbers of solid for the bottom cookie and ones with a hole cut-out for the tops. press and wiggle slightly(the cutter, of course)leave the scraps in place while dehydrating.they were dry enough to punch out the cookies when i flipped them.assemble after they are completly dry.i used fondant cutters which come in 3 sizes of the same shape,so the middle cut-out is a flower ,too.

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got it! thanks!!!

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You are a true culinary artist. I am so impressed. Have you published a raw recipe book yet?!

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Goji Jam and Apple Fries
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this is ADORABLE! 5 stars presentation, 5 stars nutritional quality, 5 stars great taste!

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thank you ,TheRawDance!I checked out some of your recipes ,and return the compliment!;) p.s.I would love to have a recipe book!

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You are a true culinary artist. I am so impressed. Have you published a raw recipe book yet?!

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got it! thanks!!!

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hi, everyone...thanks for the comments...Aziah, i cut the cookie shapes after rolling out the raw batter,right on the parchment paper,make even numbers of solid for the bottom cookie and ones with a hole cut-out for the tops. press and wiggle slightly(the cutter, of course)leave the scraps in place while dehydrating.they were dry enough to punch out the cookies when i flipped them.assemble after they are completly dry.i used fondant cutters which come in 3 sizes of the same shape,so the middle cut-out is a flower ,too.

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*about the cookies pictured*

I have my sesame/chia seed mixture soaking and am about to go soak some gojis for those cookies! Any suggestions as to how to use the cookie cutter? do i do it while all raw or dehydrate a while then cut? also, do after you assemble the cookies do you dehydrate again after assembling?

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cool idea! i'll be having this today!

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Great idea to get the kids to eat raw! Nice presentation.

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Beautiful! I love the pic & the idea - yes, apple fries :) I'm also going to have to look up those chia sesame crackers, since I've been wondering what to do with the chia seeds I bought :) Thanks

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what a great idea -- apple fries. The jam sounds beautiful as well.

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