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Halloween – Rosemary Bread “Bones”

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Right now, I am preparing and creating recipes for our up-and-coming Halloween Party.  And I decided to serve raw bones!  haha  Sorry, I couldn’t pass that up, it fit so perfectly.  I try to make at least 80% of my dishes raw for our guests.  They always love them and rarely know that they are raw and healthy, so why not!? :)

I wanted to make a dish that resembled “bones” and I must say that I think I pulled it off!  If their appearance turns you off, just close your eyes and think of them as bread sticks!  They taste amazing dipped into a Raw Cherry Tomato Marinara Sauce.  I used a Wilton’s Nonstick Bone Mold that is really meant for baking for this project.  I found mine at my local Michael’s Craft Store.  It took me several attempts to figure out the best way to get my raw bone dough out of the mold!  I pressed the bread into the mold and flipped it over to see if it would happily release, NOPE!  I wiped the mold with a thin coating of coconut oil and flipped it over to see if it would happily release, NOPE!  I wiped the mold with a thin coating of coconut oil, placed it in the freezer to chill, hoping it would just pop out…NOPE!  I begged, I pleaded, I got down on my knees….NOPE!  Finally!  I figured it out.  I took some plastic wrap and pressed it into the mold, then pressed the dough it, then I flipped the tray over and out came the “bones”!  Yea!  I may be slow in figuring things out from time to time, but by golly, I gotter’ dun!

 

Ingredients:

  •     2 cups almond pulp
  •     1 cup oat flour  (see below)
  •    1/2 cup Irish moss paste
  •     1/4 cup date paste
  •     1/4 cup flax meal (see below)
  •     3 Tbsp raw coconut flour
  •     1 Tbsp lemon juice
  •     3 Tbsp fresh ground rosemary
  •     1 tsp sea salt

Preparation:

  1. Making oat flour:  first make your oat flour by putting raw, gluten-free oats in your food processor and processing until it reaches a fine flour consistency.
  2. Add flax meal (made by grinding flax seeds in a coffee grinder or Bullet), coconut flour, rosemary, and salt.  Pulse till mixed.  Put batter into a large bowl.
  3. Add almond pulp, Irish moss, date paste, and lemon juice.  Blend till everything is well incorporated.  I use my hands.  Depending on how moist your almond pulp is, you may need to add water so the dough sticks together nicely.  If you do, add one Tbsp at a time.
  4. Shape into the desired size.
  5. Dehydrate at 105 degrees for about 8 hours.  Check in on them around 4-6 hours.  You don’t want to dry them to much or they will be rough on the palate.
  6. Store in a sealed container in the fridge to extend their shelf life.

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One thought on “Halloween – Rosemary Bread “Bones”

  1. Gabrielle says:

    Well one thing is sure…after this party there
    will be no bones showing on me! Or my plate! :)
    Looks yummy!

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