My boyfriend wanted to pack these bars with some super foods. They are a handy, on-the-go breakfast and a nutritional powerhouse. So easy to make! Variations of this are infinite.I want to try some apple cinnamon ones, and banana walnut! These things are filling, and perfect for my busy work schedule. I just pop one...

Recipe Directions

1. Put the nuts and cacao in the food processor until coarsely ground.

2. Place the nuts in a large mixing bowl and add all of the other ingredients except the strawberries.

3. Put the strawberries in the food processor (or blender) and thoroughly liquefy.

4. Pour the fruit in the mixing bowl and combine well.

5. Spread over teflex sheets and place in the dehydrator for 12 hours.

6. After 12 hours, flip them over and dehydrate for another 12 hours.

7. When finished, cut into individual squares and individually wrap in Saran Wrap. That’s it!

AlyssaDyane's Thoughts

By AlyssaDyane

My boyfriend wanted to pack these bars with some super foods.

They are a handy, on-the-go breakfast and a nutritional powerhouse. So easy to make!

Variations of this are infinite.I want to try some apple cinnamon ones, and banana walnut!

These things are filling, and perfect for my busy work schedule.

I just pop one in my purse in the morning and go!

I take whatever nuts I am using--really any raw nuts are fine. I like a combination of almond and walnut, but you can really use whatever you have.

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Thanks for posting this recipe. I couldn't get my hands on any Strawberries straight away, so i just used some Apricots that we had frozen in the summer with some spices and even a non-raw friend loved them! Not only great tasting, but also packed with healthy things- always a winning combination.

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Are these chewy or crunchy when they're done? Also, what is Maca root and is there a substitute? Looks delicious! Can't wait to make it...

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This sounds great. Does any one flavor dominate? Can you taste the spirulina?

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Are these chewy or crunchy when they're done? Also, what is Maca root and is there a substitute? Looks delicious! Can't wait to make it...

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Thanks for posting this recipe. I couldn't get my hands on any Strawberries straight away, so i just used some Apricots that we had frozen in the summer with some spices and even a non-raw friend loved them! Not only great tasting, but also packed with healthy things- always a winning combination.

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In this batch, mostly the cacao and nuts. I can not taste the spirulina at all - the cacao covers it well.

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This sounds great. Does any one flavor dominate? Can you taste the spirulina?

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