View Full Version : highly recommandable!Toaster tarts!
04-17-2009, 07:07 AM
I was looking for ages for a good replacement for SAD bread.
I live in the netherlands,europe,so alissas book is not available here.
Somehow I got it anyway THANK GOD!
I made the hamentaschen/jewish poptarts filled with prunes and poppyseed.
They are really good!And really breadlike!
I recommend these especially for the raw beginners,so you don't miss that everyday bread!
Thank you so much alissa!
04-17-2009, 07:50 AM
can you post the recipe?
04-17-2009, 08:04 AM
I don't dehydrate much just because of my crazy schedule but I just looked up her recipes; the recipes seem simple enough (aside from me taking the time to sprout the wheat berries). This might be a way for me to create some healthy snacks for my nieces and nephew. Did they hold up - you know can you actually hold the tarts in your hand and eat them or is it best eating on a saucer with a fork?
There are many recipes in Alissa's book that I have yet to explore and I've had her book for almost 3 years now.
04-17-2009, 08:51 AM
blend 2 cups of sprouted wheat beries fine with 1 cup of dates and3/4 cup of water.
Dry until solid ,but NOT HARD.
Turn and dry a bit more,till top feels dry,but they need to stay pliable.
Fill with 2 cups of dried prunes soaked and blended smooth with 2 tablespoons of poppyseeds.
Dry them some more till hard.
They are like breads so they are easy to hold in your hands.
I am going to make some more with other fillings!!!!Yummmmm
04-17-2009, 08:53 AM
And I only read bad reviews about sprouted wheatberries made into dough,
so it was exciting...but it worked!
Just watch out they don't ferment.
04-17-2009, 08:18 PM
I have been meaning to make those... I just can't make up my mind which fillings I want... maybe chocolate and strawberry, coconut cream.. I just don't know hmmm.
04-20-2009, 11:56 PM
I remade Aliss'as honey cinnamon toaster tarts after seeing this, I didn't make the hamamstachein (or whatever lol) because I didn't have prunes. I also double the "bread" and made the strawberry ones.
I made the bread thoguh in my Blendtec to get a smoother dough than with the food processor.
05-28-2009, 08:00 PM
How come wheatberries are ok if wheat is so shunned? besides the fact that they are raw lol
05-28-2009, 10:49 PM
Great idea, Raweater. I tried the pop-tarts a while ago and didn't like the texture. I'll try blending it first.
05-29-2009, 06:43 AM
wow i dont know what you guys did differently but when i tried the strawberry ones, the whole thing went in the trash. it was ick. actually, EVERY time ive tried to make a recipe with sprouted wheat (crackers, cookies, bread, etc), its gone in the trash. totally unpalatable. dunno, guess i just dont like sprouted wheat....?
05-29-2009, 02:44 PM
Maybe you've sprouted it for too long? It's not my favorites either though but I do like the sugar toaster tarts from Alissa's book. I think I'll try them with a mix of walnuts and flaxseeds instead if sprouted wheat next time, I think 75% walnuts and 25% flaxseeds would make a good alternative to the sprouted wheat, let me know if you try before I do.
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