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Breakfast for Dinner

Breakfast for Dinner: Indulge in Flaxjacks Delight

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Breakfast for Dinner has never been more exciting than with Kate Magic's Flaxjacks recipe. The simplicity and nutrient-rich ingredients make it a delightful choice for any time of day. While I can't share the exact recipe here, I encourage you to discover it in "Raw Magic, Recipes for the Revolution" by Kate Magic herself. This book is a treasure trove of energizing and original raw recipes, accompanied by captivating photos and valuable insights into the raw food diet and superfoods. I love this book!


For the recipe. I prepared this modified version of the Flaxjacks recipe, which can be found on page 196, Chapter 8. This recipe uses just 4 ingredients and is super simple to make. I’m not going to share the recipe here out of respect for Ms. Magic. However, I do suggest you purchase a copy of her book for yourself. Just click here for a copy of Raw Magic!


In addition to using a batch of the prepared ingredients from the Flaxjack recipe, gather the remaining ingredients, including Enerhealth Botanicals Cocoa Mojo (or raw cacao powder), and chocolate flavored SweetLeaf Liquid Stevia. In a food processor, combine all the ingredients and mix until they form a well-combined and dough-like consistency. Spread the mixture over dehydrator trays, scoring it into cracker or flap-jack shapes. Dehydrate for approximately 6-8 hours, then flip over and continue drying for another 4-6 hours, or until dry but still flexible.


Now comes the exciting part—serving! Warm Flaxjacks are best enjoyed with coconut butter softened, fresh cut bananas, kiwi, and blueberries. Top it all off with a drizzle of organic Grade B maple syrup for a touch of decadence. The combination of textures and flavors in this meal is simply sensational.


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Breakfast for Dinner is a delightful concept, and with Kate Magic's Flaxjacks, it becomes a truly magical experience. Embrace the nourishing power of raw superfoods and treat yourself to a plateful of deliciousness. Don't forget to grab a copy of "Raw Magic" and unlock a world of culinary wonders. Your taste buds and body will thank you!


Nutrition Facts (per serving, based on estimated values):

Makes 8-12 flaxjacks

  • Calories: 152

  • Total fat: 10.6g

  • Saturated fat: 1.1g

  • Carbohydrates: 10g

  • Fiber: 4.8g

  • Protein: 6.4g

Please note that these values are estimates and may vary based on the specific brands and products used. It's always a good idea to check the nutrition labels on the products you are using for more accurate information.


flaxjack illustration

As an artist and a lover of this recipe, I couldn't resist capturing its essence in an illustration. The vibrant colors of the fresh fruits, the rustic texture of the Flaxjacks, and the golden hues of the maple syrup inspired me to create a visual representation of this mouthwatering dish. Every brushstroke aimed to convey the joy and satisfaction that comes from indulging in a healthy, flavorful breakfast-for-dinner experience. I hope my illustration ignites your appetite and encourages you to explore the magic of Kate Magic's recipes as well.


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