Recipe Directions

In a bowl, combine the spelt and oat flours (+ preferred seasonings- I used 1/2 tsp salt and 1 tsp olive oil) add water until a sticky dough forms. Alternatively, you could do this step in a food processor, but it's almost impossible to clean the machine afterward. Shape the dough into a ball and place between two sheets of plastic wrap. Roll out the dough, while in the plastic wrap, until it reaches 1/4'' thickness or however you prefer. Cut out circles from the dough using the pot pie bowls to measure for size (they will shrink a little in the dehydrator). Re-roll any excess dough and repeat. Dehydrate at 95 while preparing vegetables.
Dice vegetables and combine in a large bowl. In a blender combine all ingredients from pine nuts through salt and process until it has the consistency of a thin cream. pour over vegetables and toss to coat. Evenly distribute mixture among servings bowls (it made enough for 5 when I made it). Make sure to use all the sauce, it's good stuff.
Remove crusts from dehydrator. Wet the edges of the individual crust and press over bowl to seal. Repeat with remaining crusts and bowls. Return to dehydrator at 105 for two hours (or less depending on how warm or crisp you want it). Enjoy!

Lilcute789's Thoughts

All the goodness of traditional veggie pot pie except with more nutrition =]

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I wonder, what are the best non-gluten grain alternatives for oats and spelt in a recipe like this?

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This sounds amazing, perfectly hearty for thanksgiving!
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SweetSheep's Review

Warm Vegetable Pot Pie
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Thanks very much for your recipe! I didn’t have any mushrooms, so I used red pepper and broccoli instead. It was very good. The dough was delicious even before it went into the dehydrator. I had it with spirulized carrot and courgette.

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Actually I didn't even sprout the oats and I order the sprouted spelt flour (not purely raw, but pretty close). Anyways, I'm sure they'd be even better sprouted and dried, but I'm just saying that this can be a really quick recipe if you're not starting entirely from scratch.

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oh my gosh, this looks awesome. I'll have to sprout some oats and speld to make flour...

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Thanks for this recipe. Being of a mature age, I am always looking for the good oldy recipes changed to raw.
When I try this recipe, think I will soften up the veggies in the dehydrator.

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