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Chocolate Dried Cranberry Pecan Flat Bread

Once again, I found myself with an abundance of sprouted wheat berries on my hands. I made the Onion Flat Bread and Cinnamon Pomegranate Bread. With the left over wheat berries, I wanted to create a raw food recipe with cacao to make a nice little dessert bread to have a healthy way to satisfy those sweet tooth cravings later in the evening.



Raw Cranberry Crackers
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  1. divine31 wrote on December 5, 2013

    hello, ware is “Craisin” raisin secs ? sarrazin ? merci

  2. Amy wrote on March 20, 2011

    Hi Susan,
    I just made these and they are really good! I just got into sprouting and raw foods and I have been looking for sprouted wheat recipes. I can’t wait to try some of the other crackers and flat breads!

  3. Jan Asleson wrote on April 2, 2010

    Hi, could I subsitute something else for the wheat berries?
    Thanks, Jan

  4. Stacy wrote on March 18, 2010

    Are craisins raw? Or is there a place where I can buy craisins that are raw and have no added sugar? We love them in salad and I bet they are delicious in this also, just would love to know if there is a raw food source for them…
    Thanks 🙂

  5. Cybele wrote on January 14, 2010

    I am intollerant of wheat, but hae been fine with the raw wheat berries..

  6. Lianaa wrote on December 12, 2009

    I’m allergic to wheat, is there something I can substitute to make all these delicious cackers and flat breads?

    • Susan wrote on December 12, 2009

      You can substitute oats! 🙂

  7. Nadia wrote on September 19, 2009

    Is there a way to dehydrate them in an oven without a dehydrator?
    Would that worsen the quality?

    • Susan wrote on September 19, 2009

      You can but it is very difficult to keep the temp under 118. Above 118 is where the enzymes are destroyed. I think the lowest you can get an oven is 200.

  8. Erika wrote on February 7, 2009

    Wow. Your recipes really blow my mind! This sound delicious! I need to get some buckwheat and experiment with your recipes.


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