Raw Food Recipes Menu: April 28, 2013
a blender, soak the chia seeds in the cooled tea or water for about
twenty minutes. Add the remaining ingredients and process until smooth
and chilled. I don’t like blackberry seeds, they drive me crazy, so I
strain the blackberry puree through a wire mesh strainer. Save a few
tablespoons of the blackberry puree for dessert later.
makes organic, raw and vegan nut butters and coconut products. They
provided some of their coconut butter and nuts butters for me to try,
which are great straight from the jar and worked out really well in this
easy and convenient soup.
a blender, process the coconut butter, cashew butter (almond butter
will work as well), water, dates, cilantro, garlic, red pepper flakes,
cayenne, lime juice, salt and pepper. Puree until as smooth as possible.
the cucumber into noodles and put in bowls with the avocado, celery,
cilantro, and cherry tomatoes. Using a wire mesh strainer, strain the
coconut and nut butter soup base. This will take out any larger pieces
of dates or spices. A higher powered blender may make this step
unnecessary. Add a sprinkle of red pepper flakes.
is just a very basic zucchini noodle recipe. Use a vegetable peeler or
spiral slicer to cut the zucchini into noodles. Another option is to
simply grate the zucchini. Top with cherry tomatoes and olive oil, and
add salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes to taste.
a food processor fitted with an “S” blade, process the walnuts and
raisins until the mixture begins sticking together. Press into a plate,
pie plate, or tart pans and chill for several minutes.
the food processor, again with the “S” blade, process one plum, the
coconut butter, and the coconut nectar. When pureed, spread over the pie
crust. Place the plum slices on top.
total protein: 28 gr