This past weekend I made some raw chocolate. It wasn’t my best attempt at raw chocolate, but I was being fairly laisse faire about the whole thing, and not really paying attention to measurements. Well, needless to say, it turned out OK, but not the best ever. So, I had all this chocolate left over (after dipping the raw macaroons, as well as making little heart shaped truffles)…so, I decided to make some kind of granola thing. My original thought was to make granola bars…but, again I was careless with measuring, so ended up with a mixture that wasn’t going to bind together, but rather stay crumbly. So, the granola was born.
Here is what went into it…you’ll just have to use your imagination and tastebuds with measurements, as, well, you know.
Raw Cacao Goji Granola:
Chocolate “fudge” (cacao powder, cacao butter, agave, coconut nectar, coconut oil)
Raw buckwheaties (soaked, sprouted, dehydrated buckwheat)
Pumpkin, Sunflower and Sesame seeds (all soaked and dehydrated)
Mix it all together, get it coated, then pop it in the dehydrator…guess you don’t have to dehydrate it again, but I think it’ll keep better/longer this way. Seriously, sooo yummy!
(sorry it’s kinda small, but hopefully you get the idea!)