I discovered this recipe by mistake. I was attempting to make raw ding dongs and my blender stopped working! I figured it would taste just as yummy unblended, and the remaining texture from whole sunflower seeds resembles rice (a bit crunchier though). I'm sure you could press into a pan and then fridge for a bit to...
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I discovered this recipe by mistake.

I was attempting to make raw ding dongs and my blender stopped working! I figured it would taste just as yummy unblended, and the remaining texture from whole sunflower seeds resembles rice (a bit crunchier though).

I'm sure you could press into a pan and then fridge for a bit to give them shape.

I'm assuming you can also sub date/date paste for the agave; however, I'm not sure how much you would need to substitute.

Experiment and enjoy!

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That is why I recommend the Blendtec Blender it is very powerful and kinda necessary to make my raw organic recipes! But cool that you came up with a new one, you can also use soaked then dehydrated wheat groats instead of sunflower seeds to get more of a "rice" Krispy look and taste.

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this might sound ridiculous but I actually own a Blendtec and wasn't sure if it could handle only a cup of seeds. Usually with small amounts the ingredients stick to the sides and the blade just continues with nothing to grind. Thanks for the tip about groats - I will make those next!

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Have you tried Buckwheaties?? (soked and dehydrated Buckwheat Groats) they are acuallly nature's rice crispies!!! ;-) There not a grain and their gluten-free - there actually from a flower.

They make the dopest rice crispy cakes i.m.o and awesome for making chocolate rice crispies cereal too. Just mix with choc mixture and dehydrate. :)

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How long do you suggest that i soak and dehydrate the wheat groats to give them that desired "rice puff" texture and look?

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Have you tried Buckwheaties?? (soked and dehydrated Buckwheat Groats) they are acuallly nature's rice crispies!!! ;-) There not a grain and their gluten-free - there actually from a flower.

They make the dopest rice crispy cakes i.m.o and awesome for making chocolate rice crispies cereal too. Just mix with choc mixture and dehydrate. :)

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this might sound ridiculous but I actually own a Blendtec and wasn't sure if it could handle only a cup of seeds. Usually with small amounts the ingredients stick to the sides and the blade just continues with nothing to grind. Thanks for the tip about groats - I will make those next!

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That is why I recommend the Blendtec Blender it is very powerful and kinda necessary to make my raw organic recipes! But cool that you came up with a new one, you can also use soaked then dehydrated wheat groats instead of sunflower seeds to get more of a "rice" Krispy look and taste.

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