A great alternative to your traditional date square.

Recipe Directions

1. Blend the dates, raisins, carob, Brazil nuts, sweet lime juice, and water in a food processor or blender.

2. Mix in the seeds, along with the walnut pieces.

3. Spread onto a tray.

4. Sprinkle with hemp seeds.

5. Freeze and cut into squares.

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By mmmorgans

A great alternative to your traditional date square.

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This really sounds good. It reminds me of the brownies from Glaser Farms in Miami, except those don't have hemp or flax seeds. They are delicious. I hope these are as good. Thanks for sharing!

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I forgot to ask a few questions: What are sweet limes? How do the Brazil nuts process with the other ingredients? What I mean, it seems that it would be difficult to blend those ingredients to a uniformly blended mixture. Does it easily process? Can the walnuts and sunflower seeds be soaked and some of them blended into the mixture? What size/type of tray do you use?

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You can blend the brazil nuts first with water in a food processor if you don't have a strong blender, then add your dats, raisins and carob or you can sub raw cacao nibs. Sweet limes are similar to lemons/linmes however they don't have that sour mouth puckering affect, they are rather sweet, like the name! All the seeds can be blended if you prefer a smoother consistency, I just like to have the nutty pieces in there. I can't remember off the top of my head what size the pan is is, but it is non stick and about an 1 1/2 inches deep, and maybe 7x12?? I'll have to check when I ge home and let you know.

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You can blend the brazil nuts first with water in a food processor if you don't have a strong blender, then add your dats, raisins and carob or you can sub raw cacao nibs. Sweet limes are similar to lemons/linmes however they don't have that sour mouth puckering affect, they are rather sweet, like the name! All the seeds can be blended if you prefer a smoother consistency, I just like to have the nutty pieces in there. I can't remember off the top of my head what size the pan is is, but it is non stick and about an 1 1/2 inches deep, and maybe 7x12?? I'll have to check when I ge home and let you know.

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I forgot to ask a few questions: What are sweet limes? How do the Brazil nuts process with the other ingredients? What I mean, it seems that it would be difficult to blend those ingredients to a uniformly blended mixture. Does it easily process? Can the walnuts and sunflower seeds be soaked and some of them blended into the mixture? What size/type of tray do you use?

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This really sounds good. It reminds me of the brownies from Glaser Farms in Miami, except those don't have hemp or flax seeds. They are delicious. I hope these are as good. Thanks for sharing!

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