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½ cup oats
¼ cup sunflower seeds
Olive oil/water (to batter-like consistency)
1. Mix everything together in a blender or food processor.
2. Spread evenly on a dehydrating sheet.
One idea was to add flax seed to the recipe for texture, which I will definitely try next time!
Also, these can be made into any kind of flavor. Simply omit the onion and garlic (feel free to add fresh, by the way, I’m just lazy) and add sun-dried tomatoes, basil, etc.
Or substitute olive oil with safflower or another mild flavor and add some cinnamon for a sweet treat!
KathyKath's ThoughtsBy KathyKath
These are a work in progress but hopefully are going to turn out okay!
Mine have been in the dehydrator for almost 17 hours and they’re not very close to done.
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