View Full Version : I purchased bags and bags of dried cherries off a sale rack..
08-15-2007, 02:10 PM
at my favorite store, all natural.
I would love to have the recipe for Cherry Pistachio Biscotti.
Please, please if you have the recipe share it with me.
08-15-2007, 05:41 PM
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08-15-2007, 07:10 PM
That sounds really good. Were you able to find it?
08-16-2007, 05:49 AM
I can always make a smoothie with them or soak them and mix them with some oatmeal:)
08-16-2007, 08:50 AM
I got some dried cherries recently. I want to make chocolate cherry truffles. I don't have a recipe either. I think I might just add them to the fudge recipe that I made yesterday.
08-16-2007, 09:09 AM
If you do a quick search, you can get Boysenberry's Like a "lara bar" recipe and Fireheart's Apple Cherry Muffin recipe. There is also a Cherry Pistachio Biscotti recipe you might want to check out at Raw Food Real World. Maraw might have some at her site as well. ~ Cathy
08-16-2007, 03:53 PM
i found this recipe scrawled on scrap paper, which means i haven't the slightest where it came from... not biscotti, but uses dried cherries.
also i haven't actually made it before, because i've never seen dried cherries that were unsulphured for purchase...
if you try it i'd love to know how it tastes/turns out!
2 cups brazil nuts, soaked, processed to fine meal in FP
1 cup dates or honey or agave
1 cup raisins
** I bet you could easily sub dried cherries here for the raisins for a superdose **
1/4 cup raw carob or cacao powder
1 tsp vanilla or vanilla bean scrapings
Mix the brazil nut crumbs with the above, adjust sweeteners to taste... when mixture clumps, divide in half and form into equal desired shape of cake.. (press into molds or 2 small pans or something, lined with plastic wrap)
2 cups macadamias (or cashews)
1 cup dried cherries, soaked an hour
1/2 cup dates, soak 15 minutes if not very soft
Blend until smooth and creamy.. add water if needed to acheive desired consistency. This is the icing.
Spread half the icing on one layer of cake, add the second cake portion and then ice the whole thing. Chill before serving.
PS - if anyone recognizes this recipe, let me know where it's from/who to credit! thanks :rolleyes:
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