Recipe Directions

1. I bought spelt seeds at the healthfood store and ground them up to get spelt flour. I didn’t soak them but I bet you could if you wanted to. The bread turned out fabulous.

2. Chop the raisins and combine all ingredients.

3. Add water as needed to look like a dough.

4. Shape into thin slices of bread and dehydrate. I dehydrated over night and the bread was done in the morning. I topped it with creamy cashew icing and served with the spinach scramble.

Steamboatkatie's Thoughts

By steamboatkatie

This looks and taste exactly like cinnamon toast! This was the best breakfast ever.

The cinnamon you can add as much or as less as you like. Depending on your taste.

 

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Hi, this looks soo good I'm getting a dehydrator this week. seems like i'm missing out on a lot of good recipies. www.Juiceland.co.uk is a good place to look for one.

ps sorry about the empty message above.

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You can leave the coconut out if you like. I just added it. I honestly don't like coconut in a all the recipe's too. But I ground it so fine that I didn't have to chew the weird sponge like texture. :)

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hi won't it cost a lot for the oven to be on over night or for several hours.

Also i've read some where that you have to have the door open. sounds good though.

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yumm..looks so good...i am new to raw so forgive my ignorance but what binds the flour together in the recipe?? thx

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I came across this recipe last night and threw it together in about 10 minutes, dehydrated overnight, and just had it this morning for breakfast! Fast, easy, and yummy! I didn't have spelt flour, so I used about 3/4 buckwheat flour and 1/4 ground oat groats. It had a great oaty taste that is definitely worth repeating! But the buckwheat made it so sticky that I had to spread it out on a solid sheet, form the "slices" then transfer it all to a mesh sheet, but it worked! Also, my FP was dirty, so just coarsely chopped the raisins, which gave the bread a nice chewy texture, and didn't grind the coconut, and even with all my changes, it was great! Thanks for a delicious recipe! :d

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I made this and it is amazing. I have tried bread recipes that involve sprouted wheatberries and they taste "funny". Thank you steamboatkatie for this great recipe. Next time, I will try sprouting the spelt first. Hopefully the same delicious result will follow!

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Thanks for the recipe! It was very tasty. Instead of spelt (didn't have any) I used kamut. Sprouted it first then followed the rest of the ingredients and directions. I did top off the "toast" with the cashew icing. D-LISH!

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Great, sweet flavour! I personally prefer a light smoothie in the morning, so a little too heavy for me. But when I came home from school I ate it as a filling snack!

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made it last night, YUM! YUM! easy fast and filling.

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You can leave the coconut out if you like. I just added it. I honestly don't like coconut in a all the recipe's too. But I ground it so fine that I didn't have to chew the weird sponge like texture. :)

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this sounds/looks so good! i just have one question...is there an alternative that can be used for the coconut?

i have come across a lot of raw-food recipes that also call for coconut, but i absolutely HATE it! do you have any advise of something else i could use?

i am fairly new to the raw food lifestyle so any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. thanks a lot!

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These yummy toasts didn't stay around long enough to try them with the creamy cashew icing. SO GOOD. I should've made them a bit thicker, but the taste was still great. Next time I will try another kind of seed/grain because it seems that no matter what I do, wheat and variations of wheat, are not my friends yet. :( But it was worth the scratching!

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Huge success in my household. Could not find Spelt. Replaced with rye and oaks (both I ground in a coffee grinder). Will be doing again and again

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Cinnamon & raisins...two of my favorite flavors to combine!! Thanks so much for this recipe!!

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Great job! Thank you for sharing. Looks very delicious

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Using an oven for a dehydrator doesn't really work because ovens just don't stay at a low enough heat to avoid killing the enzymes in the food. And ... just using the pilot light doesn't heat it enough. So ... dehydrators are really the only way to dehydrate (short of using the sun ...!), and the best one is Excalibur. You can get by short-term with the round, American Harvester types, but, if you'll be using it a lot, the large Excalibur is the way to go.

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Wow! This looks delicious...I can't wait to try it. Did you grind up the seeds in a coffee grinder? Thank you for sharing! :)

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sorry I forgot.. dont forget to process the walnuts and sunflower seeds quick to chop them!

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I really thought I found the spinach scramble on this website but when I looked I didnt see it. So here it is. I think I found it on ani phyo's website. So this is what I made in the picture. I cup walnuts (ani uses almonds but I only had walnuts), 1/2 cup sunflower seeds 1/4 tsp salt, 1 tsp tumeric, 1/2 cup water-this is the pate part then in another bowl 1/4 cup cilantro(i didn't use any) 1/2 cup tomato diced(i used more), 2 tbs scallions(I used more) Pinch of black pepper - add the pate to these ingredients and stir together. and there you have it. scrambled eggs. I added red peppers in mine because I love extra crunch and then I placed a scoop over a bed of spinach. Enjoy!

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hi won't it cost a lot for the oven to be on over night or for several hours.

Also i've read some where that you have to have the door open. sounds good though.

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if you havew a newer or convection oven you can program the heat to 105 and up you can use your oven as your dehydrator. I am going to try that--bigger space for drying our foods too!

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Looks great! Where is the recipe for the spinach scramble? I can't find it...

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Hi, this looks soo good I'm getting a dehydrator this week. seems like i'm missing out on a lot of good recipies. www.Juiceland.co.uk is a good place to look for one.

ps sorry about the empty message above.

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This looks great! Thanks for posting it. I am curious about the spinach scramble. Was that a recipe from this site? Thanks again.

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I cannot wait until I get my dehydrator!!!!!! I'm still researching.

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I set the dehydrator at 105 degrees. Happy making!

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This looks great! What temp did you set the dehydrator at?

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Ooo, this sounds so yummy. I have to try it!

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