6 cups kamut (sprouted)
1 banana (broken in four)
3 dates (soaked)
2 cups pecans (soaked, chopped)
3 tablespoons agave nectar
1 cup blueberries
2½ cups sunflower seeds (soaked)
1½ cups flax seeds (soaked)
2½ cups pumpkin seeds (soaked)
1 cup sesame seeds (soaked)
1. In a food processor, process the kamut, banana, dates, blueberries, and agave nectar.
2. Pour into a mixer and let it mix for at least 5 minutes.
3. Add 1 1/2 cups pumpkin seeds, 1 1/2 cups sunflower seeds, 2 cups chopped pecans and 1 cup of flax seeds. Continue mixing for a good 5-10 minutes.
4. Pour contents into a square or rectangle shape on large wax paper and place wax paper on top as well. Roll the bars even with a roller.
5. Remove the top wax carefully and then sprinkle the remaining flax, sunflower, pumpkin seeds, and sesame seeds all over. Try not to leave gaps. (The flax is harder but do your best.)
6. Place the wax and contents in the freezer for 1 hour.
7. Grab a bowl and pour some agave nectar in it and get a brush.
8. Pull out the contents from the freezer. Throw away the top wax paper, and coat a layer of agave nectar on top with the brush. This gives the bars a glazed look.
9. Place back in freezer for at least 15-20 minutes.
10. Remove from freezer and cut into bars with a pizza cutter. Place in dehydrator for 11-12 hours. Remove when crispy.
I always make this recipe in bulk for my hungry friends!
This is a great bar for lunch at work, after the gym, or to quell hunger. It's a really great combo of goodies.
I call it Original Nuttah as I have no other cool name for them. I got the term from a UK drum 'n' bass track called Original Nuttah, meaning "original badass"--typically, I found the term for boasting--hence this awesome nut bar.
Everyone that has tried them--raw, vegan, omni, undead, junglist--love them!
I hope you have a mixing machine. If not, your hands will be tired!
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