I posted here looking for a gluten free, fat free bread alternative, and this is what I came up with. In food processor, combine one small zucchini, two ripe bananas, and juice of one lemon. Puree, then stir in 1 1/2 cups flaked oats (not all oats are gluten free, so if you have celiac you need to check that) and 1...
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I posted here looking for a gluten free, fat free bread alternative, and this is what I came up with.
In food processor, combine one small zucchini, two ripe bananas, and juice of one lemon. Puree, then stir in 1 1/2 cups flaked oats (not all oats are gluten free, so if you have celiac you need to check that) and 1/2 cup raisins. Spread out on "fruit leather tray" and dry @ 95* for 8 hr, then flip over and carefully peel off the "teflex". Keep drying to desired consistency- maybe only 2 more hours if you want to keep it bendy.

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I made this the other night and it is really good! I didnt use raw oats but will buy some for my next batch.

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You can buy truly raw oat flakes here:
http://www.goldminenaturalfoods.com/detail.aspx?ID=77

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I've got all the ingredients, and plan to make this recipe this evening. Love the combination of zucchini (my favorite veggie) and bananas. Printed out my copy yesterday.

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This sounds really nice. Will add it to my long list of recipes I want to try!

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They would be raw rolled oats. I can't get those here, but I have an inexpensive flaker, and can get either raw steel cut oats (which make small flakes), or I can order "hul-less oats" which are raw. Regular oat groats are often steamed to dehull them, and then aren't raw.

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what are "raw flaked oats"? oat groats? buckwheat groats? rolled oats?

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I'm sure you could use carrots if you added some soaked flax. I wanted to make something with no flax, so the banana is what binds it together. But soaked flax would work- maybe 1/4- 1/2 cup?

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Interesting, now wondering how I might be able to turn this into a carrot and not banana variety.

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