The most addictive cracker I have ever tasted in my entire life. I was trying to recreate the delicious “Mac and Cheese” crackers that Didi’s “Baking for Health” company makes, but ended up with something in my opinion even better! Remember that sprouted nuts have a MUCH lower fat content than dry raw nuts, and lots of vitamins (so that they can grow into a plant), so no need to feel guilty about eating them! I used to have “Moorshin” friends when I was little (Martians, in the spelling of a 4 year old), and I often prepared food for their visits (anything I could find in the kitchen with some green food coloring added in). These are slightly green due to the kale juice, and are truly otherworldly in taste, AND munchie-grade addictive, hence the name. I’d also like to point out that this recipe is food-combining-rules-friendly!
My mom makes this for me every weekend when I go back to college. The fine cauliflower takes the place of the soaked bulgur because I don’t eat grains. I love this stuff!!
My Mum used to make wonderful date squares when I was younger, and this is what I came up with after trying to create a gluten and sugar-free version. It just happens to be raw too!
Our favorite salsa. It keeps well in the fridge, so I usually make a double or triple batch to keep everyone happy for a week at a time.
This is also really tasty if you add half a cup of this salsa to half an avocado and mash it all together. Serve with crackers/chips or veggie sticks.
PLEASE NOTE: I included this recipe in the Kids category, but it is not appropriate for children under one year.
My girlfriend swears that her fiance asked her to marry him because of this sauce. Maybe you will have similar results, maybe not, but I guarantee that you will find this sauce unbelievably tasty!
We use it for everything – as a dip, a dressing, a pasta sauce, etc. But our favorite way to use it is as a sauce for salad rolls – use a lettuce wrapper, and load up the ripe avocado, sliced red peppers, julienned carrots, sundried tomatoes, red onion, sprouts, etc., then slather on a generous portion of this sauce, roll it all up and serve.
This sauce keeps well for about a week, so you can easily double or triple the recipe if you find you like it.