Recipe Directions

OAT BISCUITS Put the flour into a bowl, add sea salt and oil. Rub in the oil to make crumbs. Add a little water to make a dough. Flour your board and roll out dough thinly (about 1/2 cm) Use cookie cutter to make rounds. Layer on tray in dryer and ‘bake’ for about 1 hour at 145, then turn over and turn down heat to 115 for about another hour. You can leave them longer if you want them really dry.

Take about 3 oatcakes to make your tiered cake. Layer with thinly sliced banana and then sliced strawberry. Put on another cake and repeat until you decorate the final topping. Pour over banana cream and dust with cinnamon powder.

BANANA CREAM Make banana cream by blending 2 bananas, vanilla, sea salt with enough water to make creamy consistency. Add a handful of raw macademia nuts for extra creaminess if desired.

ENJOY!

Sweetpea's Thoughts

A delicious and light crumbly layered biscuit/cake, perfect for tea parties! Biscuits can be stored to make up cakes anytime with your favourite berries/fruit.

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yum yum yum yum yum!

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wow. i'm actually drooling looking at that fantastic photo.

can't wait to make these

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Natnode, the pizza picture is my 'cheesy pie' further down on my recipe list.

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Hi Carrie, Try melting the coconut oil and add to the flour mixture with a little agave, then use just enough water to make a dough you can roll out thinly. Use a little ground flax or mesquite flour to flour your board for rolling the dough. Cut out thin cookie rounds with a cookie cutter or glass. That should iron out any problems. let me know how it goes?

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Okay, i'm not sure what i did, but my biscuits were thick and didn't have much taste. They didn't look biscuity and crumbly like in the picture. I wonder if i needed more water or less water... they rolled out nicely and i was able to cut them nicely. I'd make these again and play around with the recipe. I'd also add some agave and vanilla to the biscuit. I made the sauce and i made another sauce using cashews and water and agave... i think i prefer the cashew sauce. I like my bananas whole (i've always liked them this way and no other way). My husband did like the banana sauce. I think that after i get the biscuit recipe right, this will be a keeper! If you have any suggestions on the biscuits, i'm open :)

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I'm making this now :) I did add a little agave to the biscuit mix - just to give it a little sweetness like real strawberry shortcakes. I cannot wait to eat this. I'm making the banana sauce and i'm making a cashew whipped cream so that i can experiment and see which one we prefer. I'll post back when we finally eat it ;)

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this looks delicious and I can't wait to try it. sweetpea, I'm wondering about the pizza.....do you have a recipe for that? I didn't see it listed under your recipes.

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I'm glad you enjoyed it Tzefira.

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Mmmm... i just finish making this... it's WONDERFUL! i was begining to wonder what i was going to do this strawberry season with all the conventional shorcakes everywhere!!

Thank you!

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No, it's sort of biscuity radish man. You can substitute buckwheat if you don't have oats.

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This sounds pretty good.

Does it come out in a cake like texture?

I think I will be using home made buckwheat flour instead of oats -

I can't get truly raw oats around here!

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Daria, I feel it is best to make own flour from sprouting grains but if you're going to use good quality milled grain, I would suggest buckwheat and spelt as they are less toxic. I sometimes soak barley and put some in my flax/buckwheat crackers.

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I saw the other day different kind of flour selling in a healthy food shop, like rye, buckwheat and so on... are they raw at all or is it always better to make your own? Also, just unrelated question...do you use barley at all? Many thanks

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I tried this! It is insanely delicious!!! Someone thought it was rice cakes! I couldn't get enough of the sause. Very Cool Invention!

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I tried this! It is insanely delicious!!! Someone thought it was rice cakes! I couldn't get enough of the sause. Very Cool Invention!

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Cute puppy! It depends on if you're using really raw oats. If I'm using shop bought oats I do soak them and then dry them. But recently I found a very good quality oatmeal that has been carefully milled, so I'm ok using that. Just depends on how pernickity you are!

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Should the oats be soaked and then dehydrated?

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Wow!!! Awesome!!!!!

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mmm, this looks sooo good! I'm gonna try it soon! Thanks for sharing :)

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