I actually made this recipe up, as I was making some of Allisa Cohen’s famous pizza dough and Carmella’s calzone recipe. I had some sprouted barley left over, and I thought I should make something a little sweet. By the way, these measurements are not that accurate, because I just added whatever I had at the moment,...

Recipe Directions

1. Mix the first five ingredients in a food processor and spread the batter on a Teflex sheet or sheets. I made a big rectangle as big as the Teflex sheet, like a big pizza crust. What I did here is that I took some bananas and mashed them, added cinnamon, and some maple syrup. I also added some blueberries and it gave it a really nice taste. I know technically maple syrup is not raw, so you can substitute it with agave nectar, yacon syrup, or anything else that is sweet.

2. Dehydrate at 115 Fahrenheit overnight. The next day, by noon, it was ready. I didn’t even have to turn it over, but if you want to, go right ahead!

3. After it is nice and firm, cut it in smaller rectangles, like the size of pop tarts.

4. The topping is completely up to you--add chocolate (made with cacao butter or raw carob powder and any other ingredients), fruit, or anything you want.

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By happytimes

I actually made this recipe up, as I was making some of Allisa Cohen’s famous pizza dough and Carmella’s calzone recipe.

I had some sprouted barley left over, and I thought I should make something a little sweet.

By the way, these measurements are not that accurate, because I just added whatever I had at the moment, but it’s pretty close though.

It tastes really good, not too sweet, but just sweet enough to eat with anything you like. 

 

It is a nice healthy breakfast.

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This looks really good! I have buckwheat, too. How much buckwheat do you need to use to sprout 2 cups? Am I thinking about this correctly? Thanks for the recipe!

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Sounds great, I'm going to try this. My grandkids will love it!

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I love the catchy name for this. I appeals to my junkfood side of my brain! I can see kids liking it too! Buckwheat is supposed to be really good for healthy veins but it's hard to think of what to do with it that is appealing so this is great. Thanks! (I'm going to try strawberry!)

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Thanks for the answer, happytimes. I'm going to give it a try!

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you probably need like 1 cup or 1 and a half, to get about two. This is the first time I sprouted anything, and it happened to be barley, so I'm not exactly sure about buckwheat. It should be the same though.

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This looks really good! I have buckwheat, too. How much buckwheat do you need to use to sprout 2 cups? Am I thinking about this correctly? Thanks for the recipe!

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Ohhh, I will definetely be trying this recipe, yummy!

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I love the catchy name for this. I appeals to my junkfood side of my brain! I can see kids liking it too! Buckwheat is supposed to be really good for healthy veins but it's hard to think of what to do with it that is appealing so this is great. Thanks! (I'm going to try strawberry!)

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wow it looks so good!

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Sounds great, I'm going to try this. My grandkids will love it!

Jackie Vetter

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