Recipe Directions

In food processor, puree oat groats flour, almond butter, almond milk, stevia, ginger, and cinnamon till creamy (If it’s too thick or thin, add either more almond milk or more oat groat flour). Set on wax paper in pop tart-shaped rectangles (make sure they are all thin-layered). Once they feel a little more firm, spoon fruit jelly onto every other one and then place one on top of the other to cover jelly. Fold edges to close pocket. For the frosting, just spread some almond creme (almond butter with stevia) on top and sprinkle blueberry, raisin, or carrot, with stevia on top for decoration. Leave out on counter or set in fridge until they harden. Enjoy!

Rawsiki's Thoughts

By Rawsiki

Finally, the real thing! Well…not exactly, but as close as you’re going to get! My mind actually thought I was eating genuine packaged, toasted Pop Tarts, and the best part is, you can make them different every time with different frostings and fillings!

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Sweet Adeline's Review

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hey- i really don't want to put almond butter in these- can i sub bananas instead? if so these will be peeeeeeerrrrffeeecccttt

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I love poptarts! I can't wait to try these. Thanks for sharing!

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I have to try this! looks awesome!

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I just want to say that you are incredibly beautiful.....I can tell from the way your food shines with such attention to detail.....a pioneer too.....I wish you had the recipe for your lasagne photo...I have been checking your profile to see if you had it there....loads of love and special vibes to you...

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I just made these...I also made some in the dehydrator (and made some larger pieces in dehydrator to use for ABJ (Almond butter and jelly sand.) They only needed a few hours in dehydrator on 100% I used my vitamix to make these and it over heated because the dough was so thick so I had to make it thinner...it might be even faster in dehydrator if they dough is not so wet! Good luck!!! (BTW_ Mine did not stay together well and I ate them with a fork- both the ones in the dehydrator and the ones not) Good Luck!

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Looks great, rawsiki, really like your recipes.

http://rawlifestyleuk.blogspot.com

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I'm glad you're all getting a kick out of these. And it is important, like glytch found out, that you must wait for the dough part of the pop tarts to be firm before filling them up. It might be better to use less almond milk when making this and more oat groats if you want them to harden faster.

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carrie6292-Haha! My profile picture is of raw lasagna that I made. I know, it looks lovely, but it actually didn't taste too great...so, if I ever decide to make a similar recipe (an improved version), I will post it. :)

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Luna blu-I have no idea how long it would take to successfully dehydrate them, I wouldn't know...I don't even own a dehydrater!

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hkittykitty-Oat groats are unprocessed oats with the outer layer still intact. I'm not sure what happened with your snickerdoodles, maybe you bought the wrong thing? You can soak the oat groats and pat them dry before using them.

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Make sure you let the dough dry a bit like she says before putting in the filling. I just tried it and did everything all at once and set them on the counter overnight. In the morning the filling was leaking out and they were soggy :( Going to try again with some dough tweaking later this week.

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I am in the process of making these right now. I am going to make a chocolate icing (equal parts agave, coconut oil, cacao powder or nibs)! Yum yum yum! Yesterday I picked up 6 pints of strawberries for.....6.50!!! This is a great way to use some of them. Thanks so much. Peace, Sophia

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Okay, what recipe is the picture for your profile??? Looks delicious!!!! Please post if you can!

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this looks off the hook. lol

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this looks of the hook

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I have really never been a lover of commercial, dead pop tarts, but these sound like they would be way tastier. I will definately try them. Can I dehydrate them? If so, how long would you figure?

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and should they be sprouted or soaked? sorry if it's a dumb question but damn, these look good!

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what are oat groats? I bought something that kind of looks like long grain rice but was labeled oats, is that right? when I ground it up it has a very unique odor and I think that is what caused my snickerdoodles to turn out yucky. am I using the wrong thing?

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YOU ROCK! I haven't had poptarts since I was a wee one! And I ACTUAlly have EVERYTHING I need to make these...

YOU ROCK!

Ps awesome pic!

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These really look great. I really like the idea that this dish is not dehydrated. I had some thoughts about ingredients, for those who don't eat grains. i was thinking that you could use coconut flour, with a little ground flax for color, or almond flour. also, for the jam, i think you could add ground chia, which would give you a gel-like consistency. Very creative rawsiki!

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The other thing on the plate was pretty much the same thing just the long version (I had a little extra) and I drizzled pureed raisins on top of it...yum! Best breakfast of my life!

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God Bless you - My son has been depressed since I told him I would not buy another pop tart. And I've been looking for a nondehydrator receipe. We will try this this weekend and let you know. I showed him the picture and he said "Sweet! Pop Tarts!"

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These look simply heavenly!! What is the other treat on the plate?

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Wow. Thanks for all the comments. Yeah, a lot of people say it looks baked. They are not baked nore dehydrated. The pastry texture is probably created by a good amount of oat groat flour and almond butter, the more buttery the better! Also, the jam-I made mine from mashed strawberries, agave nectar, and just refrigerated it (uncovered) until it got jelly-like. You all have wonderful ideas for it!

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These look amazing. Are they dehydrated at all? The photo looks like they are baked. How do you achieve a firm "pastry" like texture?

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