Recipe Directions

Directions: Mix by hand and form into a loaf about one and a half inches thick. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for 8 hours on a teflex sheet then remove the teflex sheet and dehydrate for additional 16 hours and enjoy!

Optional: To make a dryer bread, slice the bread and dehydrate for an additional 8 hours.

  • To make almond pulp, make almond milk and strain out the pulp.
  • To make golden flax meal, put golden flax seeds in a dry blender and blend to a powder. Brown flax meal will also due just fine.
  • To make pumpkin puree, peel and seed a small pumpkin (don’t worry about getting all the stringy part off), roughly chop the pumpkin, and toss it in the food processor. Process until it is a consistent texture, but it will never be smooth.
  • To make date paste, put pitted dates in either a blender or food processor and add as little water as possible to achieve a paste.

Bellasera's Thoughts

Stole this off of www.welikeitraw.com Cool site. The pumpkin bread is just in time for the season! YUMMY TOO!

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i cant wait to get my excaliber and try this

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How is your dehydrator working - didn't you get a new one???

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Let me tell you something, I made this yesterday and it is FABULOUS! I got the pumpkin smooth by dehydrating it till it was soft then blending it in my magic bullet with just a bit of water. My daughter wanted to know if I could add some cranberries and we chopped some of those up , mixed it in and it came out beautifully. We ate half of it already :> thanks so much!

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Leafe is still mixing it in the bowl and I love this. I cant wait to have it warm out of the dehydrator.

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Will do Renoir and deborahann, noticed that and thought I would do the same the next time which will be this weekend since it's all gone already. LOL

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I made this over the weekend and used butternut squash. It is absolutely delicious! It does have a strong flavor of cloves though so if you aren't to keen on that, go to 1/8 tsp. I might try it with my usual pumpkin pie trio of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg with maybe a hint of clove. My nonraw husband liked this, too.

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This looks so good! You need to add this to the Thanksgiving and holiday categories!

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