This smoothie tasted like diary soft-serve ice-cream, only better. It is a simple smoothie recipe that can be tweaked for athletes; uses tahini which is rich in good fat, calcium and protein; and is way better to use when working out as a protein source than those awful powders. You can use anywhere from 1-6 tablespoons of tahini in the smoothie depending on your needs. Add carob or fruit, let your imagination run wild.
I always enjoy winter when persimmons begin to show up at local stores and usually eat them up as is. Now there are more ways to enjoy these delights. Thanks to Tommie for sharing this recipe and photo.
Mango is one of my favorite flavors and I’ve been looking for a mango ice cream recipe for a while. Thanks to Tommie for the photo and sharing this recipe, loosely based on a recipe by the Barefoot Contessa.
Submitted by kandace on November 17, 2006 - 12:01pm
I love these bars because I can make them and then store them in the freezer. They are smooth and creamy. Wonderful with fresh fruit, such as raspberries, or as the basis for a brownie sundae.
This recipe is based on a in RAWVolution – I cut down a bit on the agave and added the coconut oil and coconut water for a smooth consistency. This creates a bit richer fudge that is not quite as sweet.