i created this brownie recipe because i was bored at home one day and was supposed to go on a date but didn't because my signif other had to work. the namesake is sort of a double entendre because i wanted to make some brownies but didn't have enough dates. hope you enjoy...these defff made my night! oh and the dehy...
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grind the walnuts banana and raisins in a food processor. pour the chopped up mix into a bowl and stir in the coconut milk, salt and carob. stir well until it forms a sticky batter. spread batter 1/2'' thick onto parchment paper. dehy for at least 6hrs (times may vary). enjoy your night in...and these brownies!

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i created this brownie recipe because i was bored at home one day and was supposed to go on a date but didn't because my signif other had to work. the namesake is sort of a double entendre because i wanted to make some brownies but didn't have enough dates. hope you enjoy...these defff made my night!
oh and the dehy times are what worked for me so use your best discretion based on your own machine.

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Looks yummy! And I like the title! ;-)

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haha i deffff added the banana to the ingredients list.....it makes all the diff! thanks pixx! :)

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Hmmmmm, banana-- ok, now ya got me wanting to put the dehydrator to action.... :~D

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i did mean coconut water...and i made a variation with banana and that helped to hold it all together, esp in the dehy. oh and i did use raw carob...one store here (the depot down the street) carries it.
thanks for all the lovely comments! :-*
leslie

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This is similar to something I have done, only I don't add any water, and I don't dehydrate it. It is yummy. I do wonder if the water & dehydration makes much difference in taste and texture? (I also noticed in the body of the instructions that you mentioned "coconut milk", but am assuming you mean "coconut water" as is mentioned in the ingredients list; right? Coconut milk, I imagine, would definitely make a change in taste and texture.)
Thanks for sharing- the name is priceless!! :~)
Edit: I just noticed you are in VA Beach! I am just east of you, in W'burg. :~)

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joanna: I found raw carob at a really tiny healthfood store. everything was kind of dusty - and a lot of things were expired. anyway, the carob was still good, and I'm enjoying it.
This recipe looks great - i can't wait to try it

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haha i love the name of these (mainly because it's corny funny).
do u use raw carob? i've been to 2 natural foods stores so far and they only have roasted.

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