Fried Ice Cream
serves 2 ~ $.48 per serving
3 bananas ($.45)
flavoring (other frozen fruit or cacao) ($.40)
3 tablespoons ground flax ($.05)
1 tablespoon coconut flakes ($.05)
big pinch cinnamon
pinch cayenne (optional)
drizzle of agave, maple syrup, or coconut nectar
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. Our weekend included our kids, fireworks, and chocolate pie … so it was good.
Bananas and flax seed, that’s all this is. But when it’s called fried ice cream, it sounds truly decadent.
a batch of banana ice cream in your preferred way. For this, I took the
bananas, cacao, and salt and pureed in the food processor until very
smooth, then froze until firm. You can use frozen bananas and and the
food processor, or use an ice cream maker. Whichever method you use,
freeze the ice cream until it’s firm. Mix together the flax, coconut,
cinnamon, and cayenne. Then, scoop the ice cream into a ball and roll
each ball in the flax blend. Drizzle with a bit of your choice of
fat: 5 gr
carbs: 45 gr
protein: 5 gr
serves 2 ~ $2.61 per serving
1 head romaine or leaf lettuce, chopped ($1.89)
1 peach, sliced ($.89)
1 tomato, sliced ($1.25)
1 red onion, sliced ($.59)
2 tablespoons olive oil ($.20)
2 tablespoons agave ($.20)
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar ($.20)
This is as simple and easy as it looks and takes just minutes to put together.
the lettuce on a plate, add peach, tomato, and onion slices. Whisk
together the olive oil, agave, and balsamic vinegar, divide and pour
fat: 15 gr
carbs: 47 gr
protein: 7 gr
serves 3 ~ $1.54 per serving
1 cup ground flax seeds ($.50)
1 cup water
3 medium onions, thinly sliced ($.30)
2 large carrots, grated ($.40)
1 teaspoon salt
3 tablespoons olive oil ($.30)
tomato, lettuce, onion ($2.50)
1/2 cup cashew ($.50)
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon agave ($.10)
received rave reviews today. The bread was about the best raw bread
I’ve ever had and it seemed very much like a really good … well,
bread. It has to be just right, though. Dehydrated enough to be done,
but not too crisp.
together the ground flax seeds and water. Let sit for several minutes
to gel. Slice the onions very thinly and grate the carrots (I used the
food processor for both). Stir together and add the salt. Spread out on
lined dehydrator sheets and dehydrate for about an hour. When it top is a
bit dry to the touch, flip and continue drying on the other side. Let
dry another couple hours until dry but not brittle. I used kitchen
scissors to cut the bread into shapes.
Add some tomatoes, onion, and lettuce, and a dollop of cashew mayo.
To make the mayo, use a bullet type blender. Puree all ingredients until smooth and creamy.
fat: 28 gr
carbs: 35 gr
protein: 13 gr
Chocolate Raspberry Tart
serves 6 ~ $1.12 per serving
1 cup walnuts ($2.00)
1 cup raisins ($1.00)
1 ripe avocado ($.88)
2 ripe bananas ($.30)
3 tablespoons agave ($.60)
1/4 cup cacao or cocoa powder ($.80)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
2 tablespoons coconut oil ($.20)
3 ounces raspberries ($1.00)
This is just a basic chocolate avocado/banana tart, and one of my favorites. Today, it went over well with our non-raw guests.
a food processor with an “S” blade, process the walnuts, raisins, and
pinch salt. just until the starts sticking together a bit, which takes
about a minute. Press into a tart plate and chill.
in the food processor with an “S” blade, process the avocado, bananas,
agave, vanilla, olive oil, and salt until very smooth. Pour into tart
shell, top with raspberries, and chill until slightly more firm.
fat: 16 gr
carbs: 35 gr
protein: 5 gr
Total cost for the day: $5.75
total calories: 1,255
total fat: 64 gr
total carb: 162 gr
total protein: 30 gr
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