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From Stephanie Tourles’ book, Raw Energy. She says, “This is my healthful, raw version of peanut brittle, without the tooth-chipping hardness, refined sugar, and corn syrup. It still delivers that satisfying combo of salty sweetness with lots of crunch. These snack bites pack quite a nutritional wallop that promotes skin, hair, nail, and prostate health and restores iron-deficient blood. Pepita Brittle is a great afternoon snack to munch, especially if your energy reserves are running on empty and it’s still a few hours before dinner.” A good source of: iron, zinc, selenium, copper, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, essential fatty acids, natural sugars, vitamins B, D, and E, protein, and fiber. This recipe requires a food processor or a blender to chop the seeds and a dehydrator. Prep time doesn’t include soaking and draining the seeds or dehydration/cooling time.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (443 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1