A delicious and nutritionally dense treat for any raw food lover!
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These are a heavenly treat – a raw vegan version of mince pies that’s chocolaty too. Great for Christmas or any time of year!
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Providing you've got some buckwheaties (instructions can be found on my website), this dish is really quick to prepare: It took me about 30 minutes. It looks pretty awesome for the short preparation needed…tastes fabulous too – the coconut water in the sauce gives it an extra creaminess.
On top of that it's only got 5 ingredients in total and there are no processed or concentrated sugars. Simple, quick and tasty…now that's how I like my raw desserts!
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For how to make buckwheaties check out the post entitled 'raw dehydrated grain sprouts' on my website. You can use the search button to find it.
Banana lovers will dream of this sweet crispy treat. All the characteristics of a classic dessert/candy but with all the nutrition of a RAW snack. Dates, oats, and almonds complement the sweet flavor of bananas. Great as a workout recovery snack or as a dessert.
I love Pirawna's Frozen Banana Bon Bons, but I made such a different version of them yesterday that I though it was worth posting.
I replaced the carob and coconut oil with mint and tahini, and got a very refreshing, sweet, icy treat. I also used dates to sweeten instead of agave.