Friday, February 24, 2012

Raw Felafel Flavoured Crackers

They taste like felafel because of the added dukkah. You can always leave this out and add your favourite flavours... In fact you can change it all up and make them sweet like sugar.
I'm on a massive raw trip at the moment. It's also the height of summer and who wants to cook in this darn heat?
For this recipe, you need a dehydrator. But if you're happy with raw felafel, you can keep them wet. Dehydrators are wonderful. If you ever have any excess fruit or veg, you can make wonderful things like sundried tomatoes and apple chips. I highly recommend the purchase of one of these contraptions.

Makes: 20 or so.
Time: 10 minutes prep, 4 hours to dehydrate.


• one cup of almonds, soaked overnight and drained.
• 3/4 cup of buckwheat, soaked and rinsed.
• 1/4 cup sunflower seeds.
• 2 T sesame seeds.
• 2 T dukkah or moroccan spice.
• 2 T sundried tomatoes in oil.
• a few shakes of salt and pepper.
• 1/4 red onion.
• 1 clove garlic.
• 1 T flax oil.


Place all of the ingredients in a food processor and process until a dough like consistency magically happens.
Place non stick sheets on your dehydrator trays.
Take a teaspoon and scoop out the mixture. Roll this teaspoon full of mixture and then flatten and place on the dehydrator sheets. Repeat until no mixture is left.
Sprinkle sesame seeds on the top.
Dehydrate for 10 hours.

I like to eat them with fresh tomato an avocado. Mmmm.... Xxx


  1. I was thinking of buying a dehydrator - what make was yours?

  2. Mine is a cheap one off eBay called a Hottop. It seems to do the trick. :)