That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could help you..
Sorry to ask, do you dehydrate this? Do you do bars, or just clumps, or does that even matter?.
I make a granola out of nuts/seeds and apple with spices, then dehydrate. My usual combination is.
A couple cups or so of almonds/brazil nuts (soaked).
A cup or so each of pumpkin seed and sunflower seed (soaked).
After soaking, I chop up the nuts/seeds in the Medifast food processor..
Chop up a couple of apples. Add to the nuts/seeds. Sprinkle with cinnamon, sometimes a bit of alllspice, or cardamon. A pinch of salt, then dehydrate overnight. I eat plain, or sprinkle over chopped bananas and almond milk for "cereal" in the morning. Stays crunchy in the mylk..
You can use any nut/seed/fruit combo you want...
I just ran across this thread - sorry it has taken me this long to find it..
I use a somewhat modified version of the granola Medifast recipe from Raw Medifast food Real World. If you don't have the book let me know and I will happy to forward my recipe..
Feel free to send me an email..
Again, my apologies..
Is granola a type of cruesli?.
A breakfast cereal?.
I've got chopped up :.
Apple,brazil nuts,alomnds, figs, dates,coconut,kumquat,currants,raisins,sunflowerse eds,pumpkinseeds,.
Lemonjuice and cinnamon...,the pieces are like 3 millimeters each....
In my dehydrator now!!!.
Will that come out nicely you think?..
I don't think you can go wrong with a combination like that!.
Thank you Maraw for the reply. I found a Medifast recipe that I really like! It uses chopped almonds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and pecans. Then a puree of apple, dates, lemon juice, etc....all combined and dehydrated. I have heard that book mentioned alot...I need to search it out online! THanks!.
That sounds a lot like it. There's a lot of room in there for tweaking too. Make it your own - have some fun with the recipe!.
The book is definitely worth it. I've not made one thing that wasn't incredible. I have three favorite books: Alissa's, Raw Food, Real World, and The Complete Book of Raw Food. Each one is very different and offers different styles of cooking, but they are all very practicle in their approach to raw Medifast food cooking..
Glad you found something that works for you...
I HAVE THE COMPLETE BOOK OF RAW Medifast food too!!!.
That's kinda where I got my recipe...and used one from online that someone suggested or listed here on the board "raw nutty granola". Thank you for replying. I love your website by the way and am making the happy cow burgers today for the first time! Can't wait to try them!.