Recipe Directions

  • 1. Add all ingredients to food processor EXCEPT RAISINS, PSYLLIUM HUSK AND FLAXSEED MEAL. Process very well.
  • 2. Add raisins. Pulse again until raisins are well distributed but raisins still looked like raisins :)
  • 3. Transfer mixture to a bowl. Add psyllium husk and flaxseed meal. Stir well.
  • 4. Form into two small loaves.
  • 5. Dehydrate for 1 hour on high - then reduce to 110 degrees for another few hours (perhaps 5). These actually dehydrate pretty fast! You can nibble them as they firm up. Pull out when you want to eat them - I like them still a bit moist inside.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Since I recently discovered the beauty of psyllium husk, which allows you to dehydrate soft, moist raw breads, I have been loving this! It tastes almost exactly like a raw version of manna bread - if you've ever had that before :) But basically, it tastes like a nice spicy orange flavoured loaf of sweet bread - kind of like cinnamon raisin bread.

This raw sweet bread is delicious on its own, like a little slice of hearty sweet cake. Or served with a nice sweet cashew spread (heavenly!) or spread with your favorite sweetener or nut butter (like honey/agave nectar or almond butter). Mmm!

The psyllium husk is what makes this recipe moist and soft and light - like bread. DO NOT MAKE THIS RAW SWEET BREAD RECIPE UNLESS YOU HAVE PSYLLIUM HUSK. Sorry for yelling but I am serious :)

This picture shows one small loaf chopped up into small slices of sweet bread. Can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Store them as loaves - then slice as needed before eating :)

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 89 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Fat, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Dietary Fiber.

Amounts per 41 g (1 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 116 5 %
Protein 1.3 g 2 %
Fat 4 g 5 %
Carbohydrates 21 g 6 %
Dietary Fiber 4 g 13 %
Sugars 14 g
Calcium 28 mg 3 %
Iron 0.56 mg 4 %
Sodium 26 mg 1 %
Source: The Rawtarian, USDA

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Hi C, I do not have a print button. Although you do get print buttons for all my recipes in The Rawtarian's Kitchen :) www.therawtarian.com/gettrk

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I just made this and I have to say after much reflection...I've decided that you are my Raw Food Hero. It was amazing. I would'nt believe it was raw if I didn't I made it myself. Fantastic! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Do you have any Cake recepies that use psyllium husk? It seems like it could duplicate the real texture of cooked cakes.

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<3

Now Amy, you are stumping me. Now why haven't I made a cake with psyllium husk??? This is weird. I need to do that! Like, a spongy chocolatey cake would be tres delicious, non?

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Oui oui!...Personall I don't really like raw chocolate but I'm sure that other flavors could work aswell. Maybe i'll try something too. I'll let you know how it turns out.

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You don't like raw chocolate??

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Hello.. I was wondering if instead of dehydrating, if I could just put in the oven at the same temp?

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No sorry Brittney - an oven will not work for this recipe

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I am about to finish my first week of raw! I just ordered a dehydrator, and can't wait to try this recipe!

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Yay for first dehydrators!! You will love it, especially all the tasty savoury treats that you can make with a D,

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Oh wow! I just made this! oh my my my....this is an all time favorite! Thank you! (I dehydrated at 110 for 5 hrs. Dehydrating food is very forgiving..it isn't like you are going to burn it in the oven :) )

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The yelling of THE PSYLLIUM HUSKS made me bust out laughing....good fiber yay!

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lol

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Should I buy psyllium powder or buy whole psyllium husks and grind myself. Would the powder be too fine??

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What temp is "high"? Looks amazing.i wonder if using zest orange maybe?wouldbe good as well ?

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130-140 for first hour

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Looks great. At what temp are you dehydrating for the first hour?
Thanks!

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Nearly 2 months later, I am finally trying out my dehydrator with this recipe. It looks great, so I can't wait to taste it! I have another hour or so to go!

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These are the absolute best! Reminds me of the fruit nut breads I used to bake. I make these every few days. Thanks!

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Thanks so much for responding! I've been afraid to use it, but I am going to try a raw recipe that uses my new dehydrator :)

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excellent. let me know how it turns out!

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I just received my dehydrator. Is parchment paper ok to place under my bread and other foods?

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yes - parchment paper is safe. I use it in my dehydrator all the time.

general "waxed paper" is NOT. It will melt and stick and be a mess.

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Hello! Thank you so much for this recipe. Im going to make it this weekend and i cant wait to try it. My question is can the bread be frozen? I would be the only one eating it and dont want to waste it. Im sure its fantastic but i cant eat it all in a couple of days! Thank you very much!

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I haven't frozen it myself, but it's a good candidate for freezing I should think.

If you freeze let me know how it thaws out

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Hi! New to your blog - looks great, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to trying some of your recipes.
One question: beyond sweetness, what is the role of the dates in this recipe? I try and use only organic, so 1 cup (medjool i am assuming or did you use honey dates? ) will be quite pricy! I also don't like things toooo sweet. I have pretty good kitchen intuition, but wanted to check in with you as I'm new to dehydrating and don't want to waste any ingredients! (and that was actually 2 questions! woops! ;))

Thanks!

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