I love having this for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, basically whenever I feel like it! This is my favorite raw vegan concept of a banana split! Sometime I also add a handful of spouted and dehydrate buckwheat groats on top when I'm in the mood for something crunchy. This recipe is pretty versitile, so feel free to play around with it and adjust it to your taste,
I love the cacao/spices combination. I use spices not only for their lovely taste, but also for their medicinal properties: turmeric and black pepper help prevent cancer, ginger warms you up and gives you energy, cinnamon is antibacterial, cumin helps digestion...
For these lollypops, I used my regular raw fudge recipe, I don't remember where it comes from exactly, it was inspired by many other recipies and modified over the time. Any raw fudge would be great. I had lots of fun making these Valentine's day hearts with the kids. They enjoyed choosing their favorite spices. The most liked flavours: Espelette pepper, turmeric-coconut powder, cinnamon-cacao, cinnamon-cacao-ginger.
Submitted by Cranberry on February 10, 2009 - 7:01pm
I was kinda upset that all of the yummy looking raw ice cream recipes I found, used an Ice cream maker, and I don't have one (yet ;-D) So I thought of how to make and ice cream, without an ice cream maker, that tastes REALLY good, and I came up with this! It's easy, simple, and so yummy!
These are very yummy, not too sweet, but super rich. They have a very subtle lingering spice to them that complements the chocolate nicely. If you've never had cayenne and chocolate, it's the perfect combination of flavors