These are so easy and can be adapted spice wise. You could even add different dried fruit, nuts or cacao nibs. Make sure you use “banana bread” bananas. You know the kind with a little brown on them, so then they are extra sweet! I like the recipe because I feel like I’m “baking.” This was my first time sprouting...

Recipe Directions

In a large bowl blend bananas, oatmeal, and spices. Fold in sunflower seeds and raisins.

Drop tablespoon size mounds of dough on your sheet. Dehydrate for about 7 hours, flipping them mid-way through.

For decoration sprinkle dried shredded coconut.

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By om...

These are so easy and can be adapted spice wise. You could even add different dried fruit, nuts or cacao nibs. Make sure you use “banana bread” bananas. You know the kind with a little brown on them, so then they are extra sweet! I like the recipe because I feel like I’m “baking.” This was my first time sprouting sunflower seeds. It was way easier than I thought.

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Do you just slice the bananas or are they mashed?

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My sprouts were quite small. I only sprouted them for 48 hours. So, I used the entire seed with the sproutling. I took these to a Raw Food Meetup in the area today...I had positive comments,

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Hi,

How tall were your sprouts? Did you use the entire sprout/seed? Thanks :)

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