These are inspired by the classic "rice krispies treats" recipe. Play around with amounts of ingredients as these sizes are estimates.  These will be great for the Oscars this Sunday!
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Recipe Directions

1. Rinse and soak one pound of buckwheat for three 8 hour cycles, totaling 24 hours. Dehydrate the buckwheat overnight at 105 F. These will be crisp and similar in nature to rice krispies.

2. Bring coconut oil to liquid form by placing the tub of coconut oil in warm water.

3. Get a large bowl and a good 'ol fashioned wooden spoon. Mix together 3 cups buckwheat krispies (thanks ani phyo for the buckwheat idea) with coconut oil, raw cacao, and raw agave nectar or honey. Mix with love and sing an upbeat tune!

4. Place in refrigerator for a few hours. Cut into squares and spoon them to eat!

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By universally_grateful

These are inspired by the classic "rice krispies treats" recipe.

Play around with amounts of ingredients as these sizes are estimates. 

These will be great for the Oscars this Sunday!

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I made these yesterday, and they are FABULOUS! So yummy that I can't stay out of them! Very satisfying for a sweet treat. Thanks for the great recipe universally grateful! I used a bit less agave, as I don't like things quite as sweet as most people, and it totally rocked for me! Now I just have to figure out a way to keep myself from eating them non-stop. I think I'll freeze the cut pieces, but not sure if that will stop me. LOL

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Wow, these sound amazing.

I'm a bit confused though. By coconut butter do you just mean coconut oil solidified?

Coconut butter, as already mentioned, is a completely different substance that is more like a nut butter (has the blended up meat of the coconut).

So, coconut oil or coconut butter?

Thanks

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i will definitely be making these!! i always make huge amounts of ani's buckwheat krispees. they are delicious. do you think i could start out with coconut oil or would i have to use coconut butter? i lost my debit card so i haven't been able to buy anything for a week- coc. oil is the only thing i have right now.

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Too sweet for me, so I added 1 cup ground raw almonds, 1 cup rolled oats and 1 cup ground raw pumpkin seeds. I formed balls and pressed into a mini tart pan and chilled.

Everyone in the family loves them.

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I made these yesterday, and they are FABULOUS! So yummy that I can't stay out of them! Very satisfying for a sweet treat. Thanks for the great recipe universally grateful! I used a bit less agave, as I don't like things quite as sweet as most people, and it totally rocked for me! Now I just have to figure out a way to keep myself from eating them non-stop. I think I'll freeze the cut pieces, but not sure if that will stop me. LOL

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me, too! i cannot wait to chill sunday for the oscars!! i hope mickey rourke wins.

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Thanks

I think I'm going to make these for the oscars if I have time. I've been so busy these days I never take time to just sit and relax, so I've promised myself that Sunday night I'm going to do absolutely nothing and just watch the awards.

I can't wait.

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coconut oil

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Wow, these sound amazing.

I'm a bit confused though. By coconut butter do you just mean coconut oil solidified?

Coconut butter, as already mentioned, is a completely different substance that is more like a nut butter (has the blended up meat of the coconut).

So, coconut oil or coconut butter?

Thanks

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any tips on uploading the photograph?

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These sound SOOO good! You have no idea how much I miss rice krispy bars (especially when my dad comes over and eats one right in front of me!). Now I can make a much healthier (and probably YUMMIER) version. And just my luck, I just finished making some buckwheat crispies. YAAY! Thanks for the recipe!

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love these posts -- it's so exciting. to answer some of the questions regarding the coconut oil: i use the certified organic JARROW formulas extra virgin coconut oil. the bottle/jar is black and has a green and white label. it's pricey, but, well worth the investment. i swear i don't get a kickback by posting this recipe!!!! i haven't heard of the laughing giraffe products, but, i will be sure to look for their products next trip to the nature food store.

hope you enjoy making these --- they remind me of my baking days!!!!!!!!!!

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Coconut oil and coconut better are indeed two different things! Coconut oil is just the fat. It's hard when cold, liquid when warm, and usually has no flavor. While coconut butter is, like peanut butter, the product of mashing up the nutmeat, and includes the sweet flavor of coconut as well as the fiber.

Which do you think you used for this recipe?

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Sound wonderful.

Have you ever had the laughing Giraff products? they have one called vanilla-almond - oh my taste just like rice krispy treats, yum yum!

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Ahhh... i used to love those. Great idea. So easy!!!! *opening my back of buckwheat*

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i will definitely be making these!! i always make huge amounts of ani's buckwheat krispees. they are delicious. do you think i could start out with coconut oil or would i have to use coconut butter? i lost my debit card so i haven't been able to buy anything for a week- coc. oil is the only thing i have right now.

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Kate Wood has a similar recipe in Raw Magic which I have made and put into paper cases. It's a great idea and I can't wait to try your recipe out. Yummy!

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these are perfect for the oscars this sunday!!!!!

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i hope ya'll enjoy these. the texture is amazingly crunchy!

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