Raw Cinnamon Rolls

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Besides an explosion of colorful leaves, cooler days and darker nights, cute boots and sweaters coming out to play once more, and all things pumpkin, fall time is also about cozy mornings spent with a warm mug of tea (or cold-pressed coffee), and a (raw) pastry. This cinnamon roll recipe by Iselin Stoylen of Vegetarian Taste is really very easy to make and doesn’t even require a dehydrator. They turn out gooey, cinnamon-ey and delicious and don’t have a stitch of sugar or gluten in them. Enjoy!

Ingredients

Dough:
2 cups/ 4 dl sprouted, raw oats (you can also use almonds or regular rolled oats.. Depending on your preferations and tastebuds)
25 soft, pitted dates
1/2 tsp cardamom
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt

Cinnamon Filling:
20 soft, pitted dates
1 tsp cinnamon
pinch of salt
3 tbsp water

Raisins for decorations

Instructions

1) Start with blending the oats for a few minutes until they turn to a rough flour.

2) Add in dates and the other ingredients and blend so everything sticks together.

3) Take out the dough and place between to sheets of parchment paper. Use a roll pin and flatten the dough into a large square. Peel of the top layer of parchment paper and set aside.

4) Add all ingredients for the cinnamon filling to the food processor. Blend until you get a smooth, creamy filling.

5) Spread the filling over the dough. Slice the “cake” into ten long strips, and roll them up.

6) Place on a plate and top with raisins and a dash of cinnamon.

Eat, enjoy and be happy.. Life is good

Marquis MatsonAbout Marquis Matson

My name is Marquis. I'm a 20-something young professional making my way up in this world. I'm mostly silly, extremely ambitious, and a Scorpio, which means I'm incredibly passionate about everything. I am in love with the raw food movement but I'm the first to say that I do not eat 100% raw all the time. Some days I do but most days it's about 80%. Some days, still, it's even less. And I believe that's okay!! I have create Real Raw Kitchen at the urging of my friends to help spread the raw food love. This is my hobby, my passion, and my creative outlet. My goal with this website is to show everyone how easy, delicious, and accessible a raw food diet is.

Comments

  1. says

    Recipe is to vague. The dough would not get sticky enough so I kept blending..and blending and I think I turned it from raw to cooked. Took it out after 5 more minutes and it was more like a crumble. Added 1 tbsp. of water…helped very little….ended up making a flat pancake out of it instead of rolling it. Still tasted good but could you elaborate on how you got the dough to be flexible enough to roll up?

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