Recipe Directions

In a food processor, blend the almonds or almond powder to a fine powder. Add the apple, coconut oil, water, dates, and vanilla, and blend till smooth. Turn into a bowl, and add enough ground teff (or other desired grain) to make a sticky batter that is cookie dough thickness.
Line your old waffle iron with plastic wrap or some sort of flexible liner (greased parchment paper?). Place about 1 c of batter into the iron. Place another liner on top and close the iron.
Open the iron. Very carefully transfer the whole waffle to a teflex liner. Repeat until batter is done. Peel off the top liners, place a second dehydrator sheet over the first and quickly flip the unlined sides onto the new sheet. Peel off the bottom liners.
Dehydrate at 115 for 9-10 hours or until crisp on the outside.
Serve with maple syurp or a mixture of 1 medjool date, blended with 1 tsp vanilla and 1/2 to 1 c water. Enjoy!

Poemomm's Thoughts

This waffle is perfect for fall mornings when you want something a little heavier, and fresh fruit is hard to come by. Teff is a pwerhouse of nutrition and very easy to digest. It’s loaded with B vitamins and fiber.

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you could sub out the almond flour for more teff, actually... LOL! *head palm*

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It's not exactly "no nut," beany, as it contains almonds.
Looks great though, and I'll be trying it as soon as I can wrangle up all the tools and ingredients.
Thanks for posting.

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LOL! you could always buy an old waffle iron at the salvation army - they're usually like 2 bucks - I knw several rawbies who did that and pried the iron apart and just hung on to the 'mold'.

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Recipie looks lovely. Kendra: what does WTI mean? "want to ingest"?

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WTI!

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Thank you for the no nut recipe. Hope you will create more. Great idea concerning the waffle press.

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I've often wondered if I could make raw waffles, and I should have known that poemomm would beat me to it (possibly this has something to do with the fact that I no longer have a waffle iron). I usually try recipes before I comment on them, but I just had to say thanks. I've been eyeing teff at the NFS lately; I'll buy some this week. Not sure about buying a waffle iron for raw waffles, but I have an idea that may involve an ice cube tray . . . or maybe I'll just make pancakes.

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These look awesome! I don't have a waffle iron but I'm sure it'd taste pretty similiar without the waffle shape. I will have to try it!
*randommara* Bob's Red Mill called you back?! That's so awesome! It's so rare to hear companies caring about their consumers' health questions like that. On top of the raw news, that's wonderful!

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I wonder if you could use sprouted millet in place of Teff? I think I'll give it a try and letcha know.

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I did'nt know you could eat teff raw. Thanks for the info and for the recipe, it looks great, I'll try it when I get some teff.

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I never knew about teff - thanks for the recipe!
randommara - thanks for contacting Bob's for all of us. :)

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yes, teff is raw! It's a great, gluten free grain. I don't know why people don't use more raw grains in uncookin g- this is a perfect example of where one could use a raw grain instead of sooooo many nuts.

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WOW! Bob's Red Mill just called me back and they say all of their flours and ground seeds are raw! They say they are never heated and the heat created in grinding does not exceed raw temperature. Sweet! I'm going to make this today and let you know how it comes out with the flour. Hugs!

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This sounds awesome! I have some teff flour by Bob's Red Mill. Do you think it's raw? Do they usually cook teff? It doesn't say roasted.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teff for additonal info ( you might have to take off the http:// if it doesnt open

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teff is an ethiopian staple from a kind of grass, and it is gluten free, very nutritious and good carb and fibre source. you should be able to find it in good whole food stores

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This looks really REALLY good!! What is Teff? I wonder if Whole Foods sells it?

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