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    7 hrs 10 mins

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    mliss29's Note:

    From Victoria Boutenko's 12 Steps to Raw Foods. I haven't tried it yet, but I have to give the book back to the library. The recipe says: "you have to experiment to get the consisitency desired." I guess that means add more water if necessary or more solids if it's too wet.

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    • 2 cups apples, grated
    • 2 cups carrots, pulp (leftover from making carrot juice)
    • 2 cups raisins (or chopped dates)
    • 1 cup cranberries (fresh or dry)
    • 2 cups almonds, ground
    • 1 cup flax seed (blended with 1 cup water)
    • 2 tablespoons agave nectar (raw)
    • 3 tablespoons olive oil


    1. 1
      Mix ingredients with hands.
    2. 2
      Drop by spponfuls onto teflex dehydrator sheets.
    3. 3
      Dehydrate at 105-115 degrees for several hours (approximately 4 hours on one side, then flip and dry for 3 hours on the other side.).

    Ratings & Reviews:

    • on August 09, 2008


      Love this recipe...tagged for the Healthy Choices game and I have made it a least a half dozen times since I found it...We juice a lot in this house...lots of pulp that I am constantly looking for ways to in some creative way...this is hands down the best recipe find yet & I have played with a lot of things over the past couple of years ...I have stuck to the recipe as written by mliss29 and adored the results then began to re-interpreted it with all types of berries, (fresh and dried), nuts and sunflower seeds (pretty much by whim and what was at hand :) )...sometimes adding cinnamon so that the house smells of "cookies" baking all day as they dry...most recently I leave some of the pulp from beet,ginger, & apple that I juice run into the carrot mix...the beet especially makes VERY interesting colored scones {{lol}}...for extra kicks I added blueberries to those :) = FUN!! They always work fabulously (trick is to keep tasting the batter as you make them 'till they are "just right" {lol}...these are a huge hit with people who do not even know they are eating ...:) (which is my juice pulp that usually serves as soup stock, or even compost!!!)- I have not yet tried to mix the pulp from my cabbage, kale or beet greens in but I know I will)...I don't know if my interpretation is what is intended because I make them by the half batches and get about two dozen...I like them the size of scones like my Mom's Mom (we called her Nanny/Nell) used to make...scones have ALWAYS been my favorite treat...I grew up on them - they remind me of childhood and Irish faerie tales & LOVE this live food version...Thanks for sharing!!

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    • on February 15, 2011


      Made them according to the recipe with the following * exceptions*: I used almond butter that I ground fresh from my health food store (closest I could figure to ground almonds), and dates instead of raisins. The prep time and the dehydration time took considerably longer than suggested as well. They weren't bad - just not what I was hoping for. I've made carrot pulp cookies before and I guess I thought these might be kinda like those but they weren't. I really wanted to like these but I don't think I'll be making them again.

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    • on January 25, 2010


      Yum, yum, yummy! I just got a dehydrator and was anxious to get started. These were wonderful and could be made with endless variety. For the fruits I used a combo of raisins, cranberries, dates and cherries. Next time, I might throw in some bits of candied ginger for a little 'bite'. They are fairly quick (from gathering ingredients to loading them in the dehydrator was less than a half hour) and very easy with EXCELLENT results. Thank you mliss29 for posting!

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    Nutritional Facts for Alla's Cranberry Scones (Raw Foods)

    Serving Size: 1 (1380 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 1

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 167.9
    Calories from Fat 96
    Total Fat 10.7 g
    Saturated Fat 0.9 g
    Cholesterol 0.0 mg
    Sodium 48.9 mg
    Total Carbohydrate 16.8 g
    Dietary Fiber 4.3 g
    Sugars 9.5 g
    Protein 4.2 g

    The following items or measurements are not included:

    agave nectar

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