Delicious and Nutritious Raw Recipe: Sprouted Grain Crisps

Sprouted Grain Crisps

Unleash your culinary creativity with our diverse selection of raw recipes. These raw crackers can be made by using any grain, such as wheat, rye, oats, rice, millet or barley. Here is an example using rye!  

Ingredients for sprouted grains:
1/4 - 1/2 cup rye
1 1/2 - 1 3/4 cup wheat berries
3 cups distilled water

Ingredients for crackers:
1 cup water (saved from soaking sprouted grains, above)
1 Tbsp dehydrated onions
1 tsp dill weed
1 tsp caraway seeds
1 tsp of Celtic Sea Salt


  1. Put the rye, wheat berries and water in a bowl and soak overnight (about 12 hours). 
  2. Drain the water, reserving the soak water for use later (do not refrigerate). 
  3. Place drained grains on a paper towel placed in the bottom of a bowl, cover with a towel and allow to sprout for about 12 hours. 
  4. When the sprouts are ready, put 1 cup sprouted grains, 1 cup soak water, dehydrated onions, dill weed, caraway seeds and Celtic Sea Salt in a blender and blend until a creamy consistency is reached. 
  5. Pour a thin layer onto a plastic dehydrator tray and dehydrate until crisp. (Make sure all moisture has dried before removing from dehydrator tray.)
  6. Enjoy with your favorite salad, use as a snack food, or you can make delicious mini-sandwiches by spreading with ripe avocado topped with a dehydrated tomato. These grain-crisps will keep for months in a tightly-sealed container. 


Note: You can vary the flavor by changing grains, herbs and seasonings. A sweet grain-crisp can be made by adding a ripe banana and pitted dates or raisins to the grains while in the blender. The sweet grain-crisps take longer to dehydrate. 

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