A fool is just pureed fruit stirred into cream.
I haven't included quantities, since you can make as much or as little as you like, and vary the proportion of mango to cashew cream to suit your tastes. I eat a lot of fruit, so mine was 2 small mangoes, and 1/2 a cup of cashews, just for me.
I've made several variations of this for birthdays & special occasions, check my blog for extra pics - www.luv-2b-raw.blogspot.com
This is sooooo satisfying, if you're in the mood for a delicious brownie or a dense chocolate cake for a special occasion!
It's wonderful with or without icing, a fruit sauce, or fresh fruit.
Give it a try!
A yummy and energizing entree, perfect for a weekend dinner or lunch! It's a bit of a bonus recipe, because you can use the various components in other dishes. Marinated mushrooms, for example, make an exceedingly good addition to salads or sushi (or nori rolls). The marinated broccoli makes a great side-dish or snack, and the marinated arame makes for a yummy way to include more mineral rich, cleansing seaweed into your beautiful body. The courgette (zucchini) noodles are fantastic in salads, or eaten instead of spaghetti or egg noodles.
This is a recipe from my blog, which you can find here>> . This is a delicious twist on our favorite avocado dip. Divine served in a nori roll with strips of cucumber, carrot, red bell pepper, apple and some green leaves and sprouts e.g. alfalfa or sunflower sprouts. Or, you can serve as a dip with yummy raw veggies. And, of course, you can serve with Mexican food!