This is a great easy dish for raw babies. I often serve it with some coconut cream and hemp seeds on top.
Make sure you use crisp apples like Gala or Pink Lady. Feel free to vary the spices – pumpkin pie spice is also tasty. You can also add a few drops of lemon juice to preserve the color, if you like.
This recipe was adapted from one posted by FreedomB in the forums on www.raw-pleasure.com.au. She used blackberries, but I use any berry that is in season, or frozen berries if I am really desperate.
This can be served in bowls as pudding, used as a icing for a raw cake, as a filling in a prepared crust, or frozen as a sorbet.
PLEASE NOTE: I included this in the Kids category, but children under one year should not be served berries.
This a tart and tasty yogurt. It kind of tatse like a greek yogurt that I use to eat when I was little. But the good part about this one is that it does not make you bloated looking :)
This recipe was posted by MissGiggles in the forums on www.raw-pleasure.com.au. She described it as “a beautiful pudding, with a fresh lemon kick, without being tart. The pudding is speckled with the blitzed passionfruit seeds, and looks a little like lemon/poppyseed”. It really is tasty and truly does look like the color of a gorgeous sunset, if you’re into that sort of thing.
It can be served in bowls as pudding, used as a icing for a raw cake, as a filling in a prepared crust, or frozen as a sorbet.
PLEASE NOTE: I included this in the Kids category, but for children under 1 year, you may want to omit the lemon juice and zest.
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.
Recipe by Nomi Shannon in The Raw Gormet.