I have never posted pictures here, but i had this for breakfast today and had to share!
mini-cake = almond dough+carob butter+fruits!
Wow, those mini cakes look so yummy, I better go and make them right now (just kidding).
So if you don't mind me asking, the cake part is almond meal and agave nectar?
thank you for posting the picture
I burned out awhile ago on green smoothies. So I started making green puddings! All I do is leave out the water. Then I add cut up fruit to the pudding when it is done.
thank you so much, I will try them as soon as I get some dates
Originally Posted by Riiiya
this is what I head for lunch
I guess it's my turn to post pictures
Having some problems uploading the pictures, so I will be back soon
pictures of foods that I have been making
Here is some of the raw yummy dishes that I have been enjoying
1.raw pizza with white sauce, parsley, green onions, sliced tomatoes, some raw olives, marinated onions and mushrooms and sprinkle of hemp seeds
2.raw sandwich with nut less bread from James Russel, white cream, slice of tomato, marinated mushrooms, onions, lettuce and avocado
3.big taco with taco meat, salsa and guacamole and the rounds are zucchini
4.No name yet but it's the recipe for famous onion bread, topped with sour cream from the same book, chopped tomatoes, shredded lettuce, some pepper, and chunks of avocados.
Delicious Chocolate Orange Brownies
I made Karen Knowler's 'milk chocolate' the other day, but since I found it to be too sweet and too sticky/liquidy (although still delicious), I made some adjustments... and it turned out to become the most delectable orange chocolate brownie I've ever tasted. I didn't change a lot, only cut the amount of agave in half and added orange peel, so really, thanks to Karen in the first place for the original invention!
The original milk chocolate recipe (and other chocolate recipes) can be found here: http://karenknowler.typepad.com/livi...raw_choco.html
ORANGE CHOCOLATE BROWNIE
- 30 almonds, soaked and peeled
- 1/2 cup ground cacao nibs
- 1/2 cup carob powder
- 5 tablespoons dark agave nectar
- small piece of vanilla
- zest of 1/2 orange (the best looking/smelling orange you can find)
Blend until a beautiful dark mass, put in a container in the fridge or freezer.
I don't have a zester, so I just scraped/cut the orange peel off with a knife, and the chunky bits really added to the flavor (I made another batch for which I ground up the chunky orange peel bits first, but it didn't turn out as well). Also note that the amount of agave I used, is half the amount recommended in Karen's recipe. It's sweet enough though, and cutting the amount in half really gives this brownie it's crumbly, brownie like structure.
So this was my first creation in my dehydrator. I got a new food processor the other day and put in a bunch of veggie, carrots, tomatoes, onions, celery, peppers... to chop for my salad. Since it was the first time i used it when I pressed the button it minced them to a pulp. I ate as much of this vegetable mush then just put it in the fridge.
So last night I decided to make wraps out of it. Here they are. Really simple, really tasty!
"Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical."
Restarting my raw journey 11/18/08
Some of my new favourites:
Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies
Sunflower Pate Burgers
The Real Raw Bar
I'd love to see your pictures bigger. It all looks good.
Last edited by spiralgirl; 10-19-2007 at 01:22 AM.
If you send me your e-mail address I will send it to you in bigger size
Originally Posted by spiralgirl
I see we have all been hankering for chili now that fall is upon us. I dug this out from an archived thread started by Yani. I believe she got it from one of G. Coussens books.
The only addition I did was to dehydrate the veg for 24hrs instead of one and I stirred in huge amounts of fresh chopped tomatos to lighten it up a bit plus 2 bell peppers & 1c. sun dried tomatos. I felt no need to dehydrate after mixing all together. The onion dip is a winner with this dish.
The chili & onion dip make a great dip as a whole with crackers.
Here is the link:
If the link does not work type in "Raw Chili" posted by Yani in the search area.
Last edited by eachpeachpearplum; 11-09-2007 at 04:15 PM.
I posted Chocolate Covered Donuts on a thread in the Raising Raw Kids section. Have a look - YUM! :)
http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/showthrea...d=1#post346582 post #43
Last edited by eachpeachpearplum; 10-19-2007 at 10:32 PM.
Chocolate Raspberry Cupcake!
I have posted Chocolate Raspberry Cupcakes on the kids food picture thread, have a look for details & and more pictures!
http://www.rawfoodtalk.com/showthread.php?t=9872&page=4 post #48
I made chocolate clusters.
With: Goji berry,raisin and blueberry.
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