View Full Version : need help with daughter/dehydrator/sensory
12-16-2008, 09:14 AM
First thank you everyone. My daughter, who is almost 2, has some sensory issues and so food has to a certain texture for her to eat it - and the texture is like bread and soft crackers. so all bad things! i am getting a dehydrator and i was hoping you could help me with recipes that have that type of texture and full of nu;nutrients!
12-16-2008, 09:36 AM
Hey there! Do you mean she ONLY will like foods with that type of texture or does NOT like foods that way? :confused:
12-16-2008, 09:55 AM
she will ONLY like foods with that type of texture. sorry for the ambiguity!
12-16-2008, 09:59 AM
Well, any cracker or (raw) bread recipe you can dehydrate to a certain point. I personally like my flax crackers really crispy.
I know Alissa's pizza wrap is of the softer texture. Also her blueberry bread is very good.
Do you have her book? You should be able to find quite a few recipes in there like that.
The date nut torte is another "softer" recipe.
I'm just running through her book and thinking here.
Her pizza crusts are (can be) soft.
12-17-2008, 04:25 PM
I think Alissa's banana flax crackers are excellent. You can deh. them until they are crispy! You can play with every recipe and get it to the texture she likes! This is one of the greatest things about raw, make it fit YOU (or HER!!)
Good luck. I'd like to hear what she likes!! Don't give up trying things! Sometimes my kids will like something I really didn't think they would like, and then hated other things I thought they would like...go figure. Sometimes 1 simple ingredient makes a difference!
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