i was looking for an alternative to constantly using agave, as i am trying to wean myself away from the processed (even raw agave has some sort of processing), and accidentally stumbled across the wonderful, slightly sweet and slightly syrupy texture of halawi date soak water. so far, this has been a great substitute, when used along with dates, or with a banana or other solid fruit sweetener. it simply helps to carry the flavor into a flowing, liquid form, without the overbearing tendency of agave nectar. i hope you to can rethink what we consider sweet and delicious, and train your brain and taste buds to appreciate subtlety. enjoy!
We finally got an ice cream maker! I've been making some raw ice creams, but this one has to be my favorite. It is sweet, and refreshing. Great for summer! The texture for this ice cream is probably not as creamy as some, but it is really good. This recipe is also quick and easy to make. Hope you enjoy!
I wanted to make a popsicle that was close as I can get to a coconut popsicle I had tried when I was eating cooked. So when we had young coconuts, and it was almost 101 degrees out, I came up with these. Enjoy!
More of a guideline rather than a rule...
This is a recipe you can play with to get the tastes and textures you like.
Satisfy your frozen sweet tooth! I started making these one summer when I really wanted a dessert that was remotely close to being healthy. I originally made this with honey. Try it with agave nectar if honey is not part of your diet.