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Raw Carrot and Flax Crackers [Vegan]

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If you like to juice, you know the dilemma about what to do with the pulp…especially beautiful, bright orange carrot pulp.

Why, how about making some easy Raw Vegan Carrot and Flax Crackers that are grain-free, gluten-free and flourless! I’ve been guilty on more than one occasion of either being in a hurry or just too lazy to do anything with my juice pulp other than throw it away.

And, I found this yummy recipe for raw crackers that uses all that valuable carrot pulp. This was the first time I added my EA Live Sprouted Seven Blend to a recipe.

It’s a live blend of chia seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, black sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds with lacto-fermented ginger in a base of symbiotic cultures.

I was saving it specifically to add to some raw crackers and I love it because it adds a powerful nutritious boost and a perfect addition to a raw, live recipe. So I just basically put everything in my Vitamix, added the seeds, stirred everything and then spread it out over a dehydrator tray and the next day…I’m good to go!

No more wasted pulp and a super nutritious snack as a bonus!

Raw Carrot and Flax Crackers [Vegan]

This Recipe is :

Dairy FreeRaw VeganVegan

Ingredients

  • 3 cups organic carrot pulp
  • 1/2 cup organic flax seeds (freshly ground)
  • 1/2 – 1 organic tomato
  • 1 organic lemon (juiced)
  • 1/2 cup chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup sesame seeds
  • 1/4 cup blended sprouted mixed seeds
  • 1 cup purified or distilled water

Preparation

  1. Put all ingredients except the sesame seeds, chia seeds and EA Live Spouted Seven in a Vitamix and process until well blended.
  2. Pour the liquified mixture into a medium sized bowl and add the sesame seeds, chia seeds and EA Live Sprouted Seven and stir gently.
  3. Spread the mixture onto the Paraflex lining on a dehydrator tray and spread evenly (not too thin).
  4. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for approximately 10 – 12 hours.
  5. Transfer to a mesh tray and continue to dehydrate for an additional 2 – 4 hour or until firm and crisp.
  6. Cut into cracker shapes and store in an air-tight container to keep them hard.
  7. Enjoy!

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AUTHOR & RECIPE DETAILS


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Karielyn is a wife and mother of three. Her website “The Healthy Family and Home” features organic, healthy, clean eating and nutrient-dense foods, recipes and ingredients. No matter what diet plan you follow, Karielyn wants to help you make healthier food choices, read ingredient labels and learn about what's in the foods you eat. Eat like it matters…because it does!


 

 



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3 comments on “Raw Carrot and Flax Crackers [Vegan]”

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Nancie Post
1 Years Ago

Can I just dry these in the oven on low heat?


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Morgan
2 Years Ago

I can't find where to buy EA Live Spouted Seven


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21 Mar 2014

Hi there Morgan! The EA Live Sprouted Seven was sold by Beyond Organic but they have discontinued it. It is not vital to the recipe but I just used it to give the crackers extra nutrition. You could substitute with additional ground flax seeds, hemp seeds or even nutritional yeast. Thanks for your question and hope that helps! Karielyn ;)

Diana Baritz
2 Years Ago

Whoa, these are lovely!


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Q'cia Shunte
2 Years Ago

thank you!


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