I found this recipe on the internet, but I don’t remember which site! It is BETTER then any cooked cobbler! You won’t miss the frozen Mrs. Smith pies after this!
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Recipe Directions

Peel and chop ONE of the apples. Place it along with the drained raisins, cinnamon, lemon juice, honey, vanilla, nutmeg and salt in a food processor or high speed blender. Pure until completely smooth and creamy. Set aside.

Peel, core and slice thin remaining apples. Place slices in a large bowl and gently toss with pureed mix. Place in a medium sized glass or ceramic dish.

For the topping, in a food processor pulse the pecans until finely ground then add the dates and continue to grind untl evenly mixed. Crumble an even layer of the pecan mixture over the apples.

Place your pan in the dehydrator at 115 degrees for about 4 hours. Enjoy! Tastes even better after the first day!

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I found this recipe on the internet, but I don’t remember which site! It is BETTER then any cooked cobbler! You won’t miss the frozen Mrs. Smith pies after this!

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This is now one of my staples for company - made it for Thanksgiving and everyone loved it! Trust me, no one can tell that it is raw!

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I am devouring this right now. Yup- even better on day 2. Last night I had it w/ raw vegan vanilla ice cream! Ohh myy!

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O. M. G.

so good. literally fulfills pre-requisites for "to die for".

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this sounds wonderful... thank you!

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Oh I just went on Ma Raw's website which is lovely, and she did credit Chad Sarno at the bottom of the recipe.

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You say Ma Raw created it? It is in Chad Sarno's book "Vital Creations" word for word, the same...

Anyhow, it is wonderful, perfect and everything apple cobbler should be!

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I wanted to give credit where it is due. This yummy recipe (a staple in my house because of it's ease and tastiness) is from the RawTable.com, created by the beautiful and wonderfully creative, MaRaw. Do try this one. It has been a hit among all who've tried this (mostly non-rawbies).

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I made this for dessert on Thanksgiving day, it was a BIG hit. EVERYONE loved it, including me! The best apple cobbler I've ever made! So tastey!

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This is definitely yummy. I made it today as a test for one of the desserts I'm bringing down for a Thanksgiving dinner. I was told to bring a baked apple pie but I feel confident this will exceed expectations! :-)

I also made a sweet cream sauce from Alissa Cohen's book as a lovely topping:

blend:

1 cup of soaked cashews

3 Tablespoons of fresh squeezed orange juice

3 Tablespoons of Honey (can use agave)

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My Lord it gets better..

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This tastes really good! I'll take your word in that it'll taste even better tomorrow. :)

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