Raw Granola and Almond Milk

Raw Granola & Almond Milk

Raw Granola & Almond Milk

Raw food is so quick and easy to make, it's the perfect thing for people who “don't have the time to cook”. Well, here's the perfect solution – don't cook! Jennifer Cornbleet demonstrates how to make both Almond Milk and Raw Granola in under 8 minutes, real time. Okay, so she had to soak the nuts overnight, but that's just being organized and takes maybe 2 minutes. And of course you have to wash up afterwards, but it's not like you have to scrub a baking tray with cooked on granola! Have a look at this video and see how easy it is.

Here's my recipe for how to make almond milk.

Here are the instructions for the raw granola using soaked nuts and seeds and dried fruit. Use equal amounts of each ingredient.

Sunflower seeds
Raisins (or dried figs or dates)
Pinch of salt
Dash of cinnamon

Soak nuts and seeds in one container the night before you want to have your granola. Rinse and drain the next morning. Any type of raw nuts or seed you like can be used.

Add all ingredients to food processor. Process until it resembles a granola-like consistency.

You can eat this right away or store it in your refrigerator for up to 3 days. Top with fresh fruit such as blueberries, sliced banana, or pineapple.

Serve with almond milk.

Raw food author and chef Jennifer Cornbleet shows you how to make a quick and delicious gluten-free raw granola, which is then topped with raw almond milk. From her DVD, [ad#raw-food-made-easy-dvd-link]. Produced by Larry Cook. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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