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Rawsome Breakfast Mix

What you need: 

1 medium to large apple
1 medium pear
2 tablespoons raisins or currants
2 tablespoons almonds
1 large celery stalk
1 handful spinach
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, optional
1 teaspoon agave, optional

What you do: 

1. Cut the seeds out of the apple and pear.
2. In a food processor, pulse the nuts and raisins until chopped up coarsely.
3. Add the rest of the ingredients and process until slightly chunky, being careful not to over mix.
Its really so yummy. You can also sprinkle some flaxseed on there if you want something a little extra. Omit the agave and/or raisins if too sweet.

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
1
Recipe Category: 

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I loved it and so did my kids!  I added carob powder, chia seeds, and cocoa flavored EFA oil.  The cinamon is what makes this recipe ROCK!  I also added a few small carrots  and my kids didn't notice.  We love it!!

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Very good. Thank you for sharing. I am attempting to go vegan and get off the fast food bandwagon. This was the least scary thing I found, doubly awesome because there was no cooking involved for those of us that are kitchen illiterate. I substituted pecans and didn't add the agave.

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I'm very much so looking forward to trying this odd mix of foods for a healthy breakfast. Sounds totally bizarre, so I'm sure it'll be fantastic.

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i used:
1 whole apple
1 whole pear
3-4 prunes
a few tablespoons walnut
a tablespoon hazelnuts
1 celery stalk
handful spinach

this was delicious! it was super super sweet, so i decided not to add the agave or cinnamon. some seeds or a banana would be a great idea to top it off. i also thought of adding some coconut, which i'll probably do next time.

i will say that this made a TON of food. i ate it for breakfast and have the other half for lunch today. also, where's the protein? i usually can't go with straight up sugar for breakfast, so i might need to have a little protein powder smoothie along with about half of this recipe next time. one thing i like about it is that it was messy to make but simple to eat. i can take it to work and just keep it in the fridge until time to grab for lunchies.

i tried to put this stuff in my blender because i can't find my tiny food processor. blender does not work! it mashed my nuts and prunes pretty well, but i was super frustrated trying to do this in the blender with the fruit. i just ended up chopping the spinach and celery, and it was all good.

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:)>>> :)>>> :)>>> :)>>> omgosh so so so so yummy, I hate celery so i was a little scared but after all the great reviews i had to give it a go, wow....i'll be eating on this for a while! :D

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Mine came out a bit coarser than appears in the pictures.  I did not need the sweetener.  Cinnamon is not my favorite.  I think this would be good dehydrated like a granola and then eaten with almond or coconut milk.

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Pretty good... Next time I don't think I will add in the agave. It's sweet enough without it. I also love that you can add in/sub whatever you have on hand for this. It's a good base recipe. Will make again..

Also, I wonder if it keeps in the fridge. Guess we will find out tomorrow morning!

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O.K.  I've been eating this regularly - substituting different things.  You guys should try this with a vegan milk.  I've tried it w/regular dairy milk - it's really good.  Kinda like cereal. ;)b

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