Recipe Directions

1.soak figs and dates in water till softened,about 1 hour,drain.
2.process in large processor bowl fitted with “S” blade.
3.pulse in seeds until well incorporated.if mixture seems too sticky,add more seeds.you can add some cocoa powder if you want a chocolate version
4.press very firmly into plastic wrap lined pan(approx11”x7”).
5.sprinkle with extra sesame and goji berries(not shown),and press in firmly.
6.chill till set,at least 1 hour.
7.lift out by plastic wrap,cut into 12 bars or as desired.

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these look awesome. love how i can make them without a dehydrator...
thanks for the recipe!

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hi hoorahforraw!...I'm glad these turned out for you! I will have to try them with coconut:)

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Omg I am so embarrassed; My bars do notreally look like yours so I kept re-reading the instructions and arrghhh, I just saw the first ingredient is for figs not dates, LOL (well I guess i know for next time)...

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ps, I did use fresh shaved coconut instead of goji berries and the coconut was so yummmmmyyyyyy!!!

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This is the first raw recipe besides chocolate that I have made that has turned out; Yayyyyyy!!!
I am so happy to have found these bars which do not require a dehydrator. With practice hopefully mine will one day look as great as yours, :)

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hi hemp33! i do keep them in the fridge for freshness,i wrap each one in waxed paper so i can grab one and go!the coconut sounds like a great addition:)

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hi 67FordGirly....thanks,and they are verrrry filling!( you can cut them in half or shape them into balls) i love old cars too,i have a '66 olds 442!

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These look great! Now I don't have to power up the dehydrator. I think I'll add some coconut flake along with the goji berries. Should they be kept in the fridge?

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They look delish...
And they look very filling, too!

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