There’s something to give thanks for every day of the year. And over the past few days in Washington DC, it’s felt more like November than April anyway. This yummy flatbread tastes like something in between pumpkin pie and candied yams, with the added nutrition of flax seeds!
On my quest to develop the perfect cracker upon which to spread raw almond butter,
I figured, why not just use almonds? To optimize digestion, I try to avoid using more than one source of fat at a time in a recipe, or combining fats with sweets. So this is my attempt to enjoy almonds without any added sweetners. It has a warm autumnal taste without being heavy.
So I got some juice pulp recipees from goneraw.com, but was still not satisfied, so I went kind of crazy and have been making up recipees with the pulp ever since. This is what I most recently came up with. Best if they stay a little moist and not too crunchy…more chewey..hence the name.
Submitted by queenfluff on March 23, 2007 - 11:56am
Makes around 30 chips
After much experimenting, I found that this recipe works the best for me to make Purple Corn Chips! The purple corn by itself it turns out too mealy, dry and strong tasting which is why I have the yellow corn in this recipe. Purple Corn has a higher antioxident level than blueberries so it is great to add to your recipes!
I wanted a blue corn chip recipe to sub for the cooked blue corn chips I used to eat and this is a nice sub for me. They turn out nice and crispy!
NOTE: This recipe is for home use only. My bf and I sell this for our raw food home business so this is not for commerical sale use! Please respect that! ;)
This is adapted from a recipe that was originally posted by Sweetlips on Raw Food Talk, and then adapted by Rawkinlocs. They are rumoured to taste like a certain pizza chain’s Crazy Bread. I don’t know about that, but they sure are tasty!
Apparently, you should not use green peppers for these crackers. I usually use half red pepper, and half yellow, which gives the crackers a lovely flavor and color.