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2 Raw Food Dehydrator Recipes – Easy and Nut Free!

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Using a dehydrator to make raw food dehydrator recipes can be intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it it can be a fun way to add variety and texture into your routine. Luckily, today I have two easy and nut free raw food dehydrator recipes from the very beautiful and talented April Ross. And please be sure to check out her lovely blog (and one of my favorites) Raw Food Passion for more raw food recipes.

Raw Food Veggie Burger

Veggie Burger Recipe

by April Ross

I was so happy to come across this unique nut free raw veggie patty recipe that uses avocado as the binder instead of nuts, it really hit the spot!” ~ C

Ingredients

5 carrots
1 bell pepper
1/4 onion
1 avocado
2 tbsp cumin
1 tbsp coriander
1 tbsp sea salt
1/8 cup of sesame seeds (you can leave these out if you prefer)

Directions: Combine all of these ingredients into a food processor (with the s blade) and mix until thoroughly combined. Form them into (thin) patties and place on the dehydrator trays. Set the temperature to (at least) 115 degrees and leave them in for seven hours. Serve them on collard leaves and garnish with anything you like.

raw food onion bread

Onion Bread

by April Ross

Dehydrated onion is one of my favorite flavors.  For an extra kick I like to add some curry powder to this recipe, but it is delicious just as is.” ~ C

Ingredients

2 cups of flax seeds
1 onion
2 cups of water

Directions: Use a Vitamix to grind up the flax seeds into a flour (very fine). In the Vitamix add the water and 1/2 of the onion. Mix until well combined. Chop the other half of the onion fine and stir it in. This should form a dough like consistency. Spread thinly on dehydrator trays for 10 – 15 hours at 115 degrees (at least). When done, break apart into pieces and get creative with those sandwiches!

* Cecilia’s note: I personally recommend the Excalibur Dehydrator but any dehydrator you have on hand is fine!

I hope you enjoyed these raw dehydrator recipes and I hope they have encouraged you to get creative with your dehydrator.  As always, feel free to share your favorite easy dehydrator recipes in the comments section below.

♥,
C

2 comments

1 Nafisa { 05.29.12 at 6:54 pm }

 I am raw food fan but must confess I get to practice it few times a week .
Would love to share this Coconut veg.fruit salad ,which my very picky husband also looks forward to .

2cups fresh  coconut –grated
1cup  organic carrots–grated
2cups fresh Pineapple chopped 
1 cup Raisins 
Mix together the above ingredients in a bowl 

add Fresh lemon juice and honey to taste 
I used honey but you can use what ever sweetner you prefer . Or just skip the sweetner if your pineapple is really ripe ‘
Love this Blog .
Cecilia thank you for the keeping  the spark lightened

2 Cecilia { 05.30.12 at 10:39 am }

The salad sounds really good, thanks for sharing. I make a similar one except for I blend pine nuts and pineapple in the Vitamix to make a creamy dressing for it. Yum!

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