raspberry breakfast bites


Oat groats would make my list for essential raw food ingredients. To have on hand presoaked and dehydrated nuts, seeds, and groats helps cut back on the time it takes to prepare raw food recipes. Twice this week I made blueberry cobbler in about 5 minutes, because I had presoaked and dehydrated oat groats ready for use. I’ll share the cobbler recipe soon : ) Oat groats are a great source of fiber, protein, B vitamins, folic acid, calcium, and iron. (Raw Food Real World 268)


For this recipe I wanted to demonstrate how versatile raw food can be. I took the porridge recipe, added a couple extra ingredients, and dehydrated it. These did not last long around my family! Instead of using soaked oat groats, you can go ahead and make an oat flour with dehydrated oat groats. Just make the oat flour and add water to the recipe. A coffee grinder or high speed blender work great to make flour.

Raspberry Breakfast Bites
Porridge
1 c coursely chopped Brazil nuts
1 banana

Combine ingredients in a food processor. Dollop onto parchment paper. Top with raspberries. Dehydrate overnight on 105〫F.

Next week: mint chocolate chip creamsicles

6 Responses to raspberry breakfast bites

  1. These look great, Hannah! And your photos are always so beautiful! I am excited about the mint chocolate chip creamsicles, and am particularly looking forward to your cobbler recipe! (From what I have “heard” it must be pretty good! ;)

  2. I hope to bring a bunch of things for you and your Mom to sample on our trip. And yes, the cobbler is in high demand!

  3. Hannah,
    I want to make the strawberry ice cream several posts back, so I picked up several cans of the coconut milk. I have the fresh strawberries out of the garden. Now I just need to find an ice cube tray :) Could I just let it freeze part way in a shallow pan, break it up, and process it instead? I will let you know if I’m successful.
    I’m praying you aren’t too stressed from all the writing in the course, and it will be over soon so you can put what you’ve learned to good use :)

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