This is absolutely delicious, especially with some raisins or dried blueberries and almond milk!!! I have made it twice and have halved the recipe each time. It keeps for 1-3 months.

Recipe Directions

1. Process almonds in a food processor with the “S” blade until chunky; pour into a mixing bowl.

2. Process pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds in a food processor until chunky and combine with almonds.

3. Chop apples into large pieces and process in a food processor until shredded.

4. Add apples, cinnamon and salt to nut mixture and mix well. Spread on Teflex sheet and dehydrate at 145 for 3 hours and then 10 hours at 115, or until all water is removed from the granola. Store in glass jar.

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By wanna_B_raw

This is absolutely delicious, especially with some raisins or dried blueberries and almond milk!!!

I have made it twice and have halved the recipe each time.

It keeps for 1-3 months.

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This sounds so yummy & I know my kids would love it to! I don't have a dehydrator ... Would it be completely ridiculous to try & let it 'air dry' overnight to get it a bit crunchy? Or is there some other method that doesn't require a dehydrator? Definitely saving to my recipe box. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Thanks for the reference to Dr. Cousens - for anyone following his program, though, he says NO dried fruits, ever. Fresh blueberries sound like they might be super yummy, though!!! :) Thanks for the recipe!

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This is the WHOLE recipe, but I halved it when I made it and it filled an entire 16oz glass jar.

rawks0me0rama- I guess you could try the oven method to dehydrate... Good luck!

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This is delicious! I think it got even better last night. I added 1C dehydrated coconut, pulsed some raisins and gojis--about another cup, added some extra apple, another Tablespoon of cinnamon and another teaspoon of salt. I was soaking peacns and sunflower seeds that day so i used those instead--same proportions-4c of soaked nuts. Don't be afraid of this. You just soak your nuts in the am, mix this all up in the evening--it was delicious even before it went into the dehydrator--Dehydrate onvernight and it's ready for breakfast. The smell will wake you up!

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I've been wanting to try this recipe for a while, so this give me some well-needed inspiration! :)

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This is the WHOLE recipe, but I halved it when I made it and it filled an entire 16oz glass jar.

rawks0me0rama- I guess you could try the oven method to dehydrate... Good luck!

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Thanks for the reference to Dr. Cousens - for anyone following his program, though, he says NO dried fruits, ever. Fresh blueberries sound like they might be super yummy, though!!! :) Thanks for the recipe!

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This sounds so yummy & I know my kids would love it to! I don't have a dehydrator ... Would it be completely ridiculous to try & let it 'air dry' overnight to get it a bit crunchy? Or is there some other method that doesn't require a dehydrator? Definitely saving to my recipe box. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Is this the whole recipe of the halved? Sounds great~

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