View Full Version : I purchased a Rice Krispies Treat Maker today at my thrift store.
06-19-2007, 07:13 PM
It's a plastic box with dividers in it.
Now i'm wondering in any of you have made raw bars that you would like to share the recipes?
I remember Rice treats and am glad that there are raw alternatives:)
06-20-2007, 05:25 PM
I do not know of any that do not need dehydrating.
Could you use this thing in the dehydrator.
You could use it to make chocolate bars.
06-20-2007, 05:30 PM
Ha! Didn't know there was such a thing! Interesting!
I'd suggest like RPs brownies, Alissa's fudge balls? Any of the "cookie" recipes would work, I'm sure...
06-20-2007, 05:48 PM
I will look for bar recipes on the search, nice suggestions about the brownies and all.
06-20-2007, 05:57 PM
When I gear up with more hiking/biking etc in the colder weather later this year, I'm going to experiment with making my own Larabars.
I can see NO reason why those should cost so much. Especially if they're buying their nuts/dates in bulk.
I think I'm going to look for the box thing you're talking about, as I like my raw foods to look uniform and pretty :) Imagine all of the stacked raw/dehydrated bars you could make! a layer of this, a layer of that...if you'd press it evenly, they would come out looking like magic.
(Speaking of rice Krispies, are there any airy, sugary cruncy raw recipes? I've been wanting a Rice Krispies treat :eek:
06-20-2007, 06:05 PM
SRD - it's called convenience. Yep, even the raw food world there are those conveniences. Most folks wouldn't go to the (so-called) trouble to make their own bars.
For my big bike ride I make green smoothie fruit roll ups. Someone had posted that by mistake she had dripped some of her GS on a teflex sheet and just went ahead and dehydrated it with whatever she was dehydrating. I was wondering how I could incorporate GS's into my ride. I made them extra strong and made the roll-ups, then cut them into bite size pieces, small enough to fit into a baggie in my jersey pocket. They were great!
06-21-2007, 05:09 AM
I'm going to look through the raw bars recipes here and try to come up with something lite and crunchy and when i do i will post it.
You never know what you will find at the thrift stores, many time unopened sometimes not but it's still a treat to find things you can use:)
06-21-2007, 11:43 AM
Oh, please do! I'll be interested in any good bar recipes that surface online :)
I think eventually we could all come up with an exact tasting knock-off of a Larabar, if we just keep expanding on each others recipes.
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