Remember making Cornflake cakes when you were a kid? Make them again!
I have used dehydrated slices of bananas to resemble Cornflakes and mixed them with raw chocolate to make a raw version of Cornflake cakes.
Super easy to make and fun. Someone gets to lick the bowl afterwards!
It’s good for kids to help with. They can lay the banana on the dehydrator, crush up the dehydrated slices, help melt the chocolate, mix it all up and spoon the mixture into the cake cups.
These cakes are great for parties.
This chocolate ice cream is so rich and creamy. Even when frozen for more than a couple days, it still scoops easily because of the beneficial fats the hemp provides.
This is a very easy, mild, & smooth sauce I made with kids in mind (my 3-year-old actually). Other marinara sauces were too heavy in texture and flavor that my little tot would’t eat. I made this one, and she gobbled it right up. Place it on top of your pasta of choice (like zucchini or yellow squash noodles made with a vegetable spiral slicer).
I created this recipe based off of Jennifer Cornbleet’s “Marinara Sauce” in her “Raw Food Made Easy” cookbook.
I would’ve never dreamed these could taste so amazing…they are supremely addicting! Plus, it’s a super way to greens into your diet. I could eat 3-4 bunches of kale straight this way! This is also a great movie snack or to make with kids!
I’m surprised no one has already submitted this recipe! I’ve never tried this recipe before until today and I just love it; plus super easy to make.