Recipe Directions

Crust: Put nuts, dates and cinnamon in food processor and process until slightly sticky. Press into pie plate and chill.

Filling: Put Strawberries, Nuts and Dates in food processor or blender and process until smooth. Pour into crust. Decorate with remaining Strawberries and chill for several hours. ENJOY!

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By luv-2B-raw

Mom made this for my last birthday. It was YUMMY!

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Strawberry Pie
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It depends on the type of nut & your dehydrator & dehydrator setting.

I use an original Harvest Maid (no longer available) that I've had since the

first time I went raw looooong ago. My husband fixed it so that it's maximum

temperature is 105 degrees.

I've always used it for all my nuts.

Pecans, Walnuts. etc usually take 24 hours.

Almonds, Macadamias, etc 48-60 hours.

Cashews, Pistachios, etc 60-72 hours

I have also dried nuts in my Excalibur at 105 degrees. It takes about half

as long as my Harvest Maid. I don't use it much because the nuts fall off

the trays since they don't have sides to hold them in.

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Looks delicious. How long do you dehydrate the nuts?

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Looks delicious. How long do you dehydrate the nuts?

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Looks delicious. How long do you dehydrate the nuts?

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That's right erica_michelle_p! Thank you for answering for me! Also, it's just a nice Festive pie that one might serve at any "holiday" or special event - 1Christine!

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Because it was a birthday cake Christine. (this looks gooood!)

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wjy is this listed under "holiday"???

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Sound good Mesha, Maybe I'll try it that way next time

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Thanks for posting. I modified this quite a bit. Used some nut cream with the walnuts for the crust instead of dates. Made a layer of crust, then a layer of bananas, then some nut cream (just thick nut milk - less water) over the bananas, then another layer of crust and just processed strawberries (still had some chunks) over that. A few more banana slices on top and then topped it with nut cream when it got in the bowl. Yum.

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looks delicious!

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You can make it in individual serving size bowls to eleminate this problem.

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It's a nice creamy consistency. It does ooze out a little when you cut it.

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this looks wonderful! i cannot wait to make it :)

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