I made this cake for my birthday last week, and my raw friends found it really delicious. I like it too, because I love the combination of bananas and chocolate. If you do not like bananas, you do not have to include them.
While making the cake, you can enjoy the "leftovers" as delicious raw drinks: The water from the 2 young coconuts, as well as the soaking water from the dates which is nice and sweet.
BTW, what is the difference between a blender and a food processor?
While looking for a way to use ocelot's fantastic recipe for Rawtella (http://goneraw.com/node/2182), I came up with this simple, tasty smoothie recipe. Enjoy!
I know it’s a little early, but I had a hankering for Christmas pud today, and had to do something about it! But, I wanted to stick as close as possible to my raw diet, and, I didn’t want to wait several hours for a real pudding to steam. So, time to break out a favourite raw truffle recipe, & raid the spice cabinet.
The results were divine. Not entirely pudding-like in texture (though none too shabby, neither), but the flavour is spot on.
This recipe requires freezing, which I think isn't considered raw by everyone, but here it is anyway....
It's sweet and very fresh tasting (i love mint) perfect for hot summer nights, and the most brilliant colour!