fig and apple almond tarts
These fig and almond apple tarts were the result of an abundance of dried figs and some leftover almond pulp from delicious almond mylk. Combined with cinnamon, these made for an interesting snack/breakfast that also could double as an apple crumble:
This is a delicious raw vegan alternative to cooked candy apples for the Halloween/autumn season!
You can see the original post of this recipe on my blog, "barefoot and frolicking: a space for musing on living and raw foods":
This is a great recipe for Fall. Tahini and maple syrup are a very unlikely, but absolutely heavenly, combination. I know maple syrup isn't technically raw, but it really adds to the flavor. I also feel like maple syrup is one of those non-raw ingredients (like nutritional yeast) that is accepted in raw recipes. The caramel sauce looks and tastes like a slightly nutty caramel, perfect for dipping apples in.
An easy and quick applesauce that beats the heck out of store-bought. Why do people even buy that stuff? Probably because they haven't made it themselves!
If you love a good apple/raisin/coconut/walnut combo, you're in for a treat.
All aboard....next stop is Yum City!