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Breakfast for Dinner!

This past weekend I was in the mood to make food that was made with super foods, or was just plain out of the ordinary. One of my favorite super food-out of the ordinary raw recipes books is Kate Magic’s “Raw Magic, Recipes for the Revolution“. Raw Magic has some of the most energized, and original raw recipes I’ve seen. It’s full of colorful and exciting photos, plus great in-depth information on the raw food diet and super foods. I love this book!

Anyway, I decided to make the Flaxjacks recipe on page 196, Chapter 8. This recipe uses just 4 ingredients and is super simple to make. I’m not going to share the recipe here out of respect for Ms. Magic. However, I do suggest you purchase a copy of her book for yourself. Just click here for a copy of Raw Magic!

My version of her recipe is slightly modified. Modified only because I added just a few more ingredients. Then I served it up with some fresh fruit, coconut butter spread, and some organic Grade B maple syrup. It was a terrific dinner!

Here’s my recipe version!

1 batch of Kate Magic’s Flaxjacks (not dehydrated – still in dough form)
1/2 cup organic Cocoa Mojo (from Ener Health Botanicals – not a raw product).
3-4 drops chocolate flavored SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia

Combine all ingredients in a food processor and mix until well combined and dough-like. Remove and spread over dehydrator trays. Score the dough into cracker or flap-jack shapes. Dehydrate for about 6-8 hours, then flip over and continue drying another 4-6 hours or until dry but still flexible. Serve warm, or store in an air-tight container. I served mine with coconut butter softened, fresh cut bananas, kiwi, and blueberries, topped with maple syrup. Yummo!



3 Responses

  1. Omg, delicious! I want some for dinner tonight!

  2. great to see your site is back up today, when your site didn’t work yesterday I was worried something terrible might’ve happenend. goji berries health benefits

  3. Superb recipe! I love to have it tonight or very soon.I just loved it because it’s not difficult and ingredients you use are easily available at home.So this one i am waiting to try it.

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