Yield20 bite-sized chews
2 cups sprouted buckwheat or quinoa (soaked and sprouted)
2 cups pumpkin seeds (ground into flour)
2 teaspoons curry powder
1 tablespoon agave nectar
Dash of sea salt
Sprinkle of water
1. Put pumpkin seeds through a food processor until they turn into a coarse flour-like consistency.
2. Pour into a bowl and spoon-stir in quinoa or buckwheat, curry powder, sea salt, and agave nectar. Sprinkle in a little water if things aren’t mixing well or looking sticky enough.
3. Spoon onto Teflex sheets to form little bite-sized lumps.
4. Dehydrate at 100 Fahrenheit until chewy (about 6 hours) if you’re going to eat them right away (they’re heavenly warm right out of the dehydrator!) or until dry (about 13 hours).
Za's ThoughtsBy Za
A great sneak-into-the-movies snack.
These are very simple to throw together, that is, if you have tend to have sprouted grains around.
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