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03-05-2009, 06:59 PM
I just made a batch of almond milk and i have all this pulp. What can I do with it? I don't have a dehydrator.
This is only my 5th day at raw so it is all new to me. I do have raw cocoa powder so if there is something chocolate I can make I am all ears. I have Alissa's book too.
03-05-2009, 09:31 PM
Almond pulp,vanilla,sweetener(dates if you want),shredded coconut,cacao and nuts if desired.....oh coconut oil and some pecan butter or nut butter of some sort. Stir all together,form into balls and chill....the coconut oil will harden them....yum..enjoy.
03-05-2009, 10:12 PM
Thanks. That sounds yummy! I guess I need to go buy some coconut oil. I am still new to all this. For now I might drizzle some honey on top and just eat.
03-06-2009, 05:17 AM
You can Freeze it for later or add it to your Smoothie.
03-06-2009, 06:59 AM
Oh coconut oil is a huge staple here.I just bought a 54 ounce tub!!!! My body loves it.To eat and for beauty skin! It makes food so extra yummy and it is the one of the best nutrients....truly a supercharger.
03-21-2009, 01:28 PM
my absolute favorite thing to do with almond pulp is to make the following recipe for cinnamon rolls--no dehydrator necessary:
Servings: Serves 4-8
Just in time for the holidays, this cinnamon roll recipe satisfies the sweet tooth and the desire to continue a tradition.
My family always eats traditional cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. Since I am the only one who eats raw, the rest of them will continue to indulge with their usual breakfast treat this year. But, I don’t have to miss out with this tasty solution.
And, it doesn’t have to be reserved for a special occasion. I have them for breakfast frequently, eating two of them with a side of fresh fruit. They also make a great snack or dessert.
1¼ cup almond meal
1¼ cup ground flaxseed
1 dash cayenne pepper
1½ tablespoon cinnamon
1 pinch sea salt
1 cup soft pitted dates
¼ cup water
1 teaspoon vanilla
.125 cup olive oil
.125 cup agave nectar
¼ cup raisins, plus a little extra
¼ cup chopped nuts
Combine the almond meal, ground flaxseed, dash of cayenne pepper, 1/2 Tbsp. cinnamon and pinch sea salt in a bowl and set aside.
In a food processor or blender, process dates, water and vanilla into a paste. Remove half of the date paste and add it to the dry ingredients, along with the olive oil and agave. Mix these ingredients with your hands until it forms a dough. You may need to add a little water and/or agave if it is too dry, but be careful not to add too much.
Spread the dough out on a piece of parchment paper, and flatten/shape it into a 1/4-inch thick square.
Add 1/4 cup raisins and 1 Tbsp. of cinnamon to the rest of the date paste left in your food processor or blender. Process until smooth. Then, spread a thin layer of the paste onto the dough square, making sure to cover the whole surface, and top with a sprinkle of extra raisins and the chopped walnuts.
Using the parchment paper to help hold everything together, carefully/tightly roll the square into a log. Chill in the refrigerator, and then slice into about 1-inch thick rounds. I usually make about 8 cinnamon rolls out of this recipe.
These cinnamon rolls can be eaten right out of the refrigerator or warmed on a dehydrator.
the recipe is from goneraw.com.
i substituted honey for agave and didn't add cayenne pepper...they are so, so delicious!
In eating without heating there is a recipe for cheese using almond pulp which I love. Add oil, lemon and herbs (if I remember correctly) and mix together.
03-22-2009, 02:21 AM
I'm still developing my almond meal chocolate cake, but the recipe goes something like this:
for one layer:
3 cups of almond meal (dried or wet)
half a cup of coconut oil (melted)
half a cup of cacao powder (or carob powder, and less of either if you like)
sweetener to taste (or 1-2 blended bananas)
pinch of salt
pinch of cinnamon or vanilla seeds (optional)
Mix all ingredients in a bowl and shape into a cake layer on a plate. Alternate layers with an icing of choice (thick nut, or coconut oil is good as these go solid and support the layers).
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