Total Time
Prep 20 hrs
Cook 0 mins

Most of us find unleavened bread to be different. Try uncooked for something truly radical. This raw foodist vegan recipe will give your dehydrator and food processor a workout! Something very different! (And I haven't tried this one at all...)

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 cups brazil nuts, soaked for 4 hours and dehydrated for 8 hours
  • 4 bananas
  • 1 teaspoon celtic sea salt
  • 4 pitted medjool dates, soaked in water for 2 hours
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 cup walnuts, soaked overnight,dehydrated for 8 hours,and chopped


  1. Place Brazil nuts in food processor and process until mixture resembles flour.
  2. Add 2 of the bananas, salt, dates, and cinnamon to the processor and process until mixture is smooth.
  3. Pour into a bowl and add 2 bananas cut into small pieces and chopped walnuts stirring well.
  4. Spoon mixture onto teflex sheet and spread to ½ inch thickness.
  5. Dehydrate for 4 hours.
  6. Remove from teflex sheet by placing a mesh sheet on another dehydrator rack and placing it on top of the rack with the bread.
  7. Turn racks upside down and remove the teflex sheet.
  8. Dehydrate on mesh sheet for 4 more hours until bread is almost dry.
  9. Cut into pieces and dehydrate another hour.


Most Helpful

I thought this was fabulous _ I highly recommend it to anyone who is exploring a raw food diet and is having "bready" cravings ;) --> I also learned from making this that dehydrated nuts are fabulous especially first thing in the AM, still warm from the de-high = YUM ...I made a plain batch and enjoyed it with a nut butter and then went experimental {{w/ a stress on the mental part ;) :) }} & added carob and a bit of chili powder and made sort of spicy 'nanna-nut brownie bready {{stress on the nut ;) :) }} REALLY DELISHIOUS am going to experiment with nuts other than brazils so I can make it more often, they are practically the only ones I can't get for super cheap at my Indian market...fabulous recipe idea-LOVE IT-Thanks :)

free-free March 21, 2009

This is good except it is too salty. Also, I dried it at 105 F for about 22 1/2 hours before giving up on it being bread-like. It's still tasty. I might make it again with no salt or just a pinch and make the dough into smaller and perhaps thinner pieces. More along the lines of a cookie. A moist, chewy cookie! Thanks for posting this. Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC tag.

mliss29 July 26, 2008

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