This drink is adapted from Everyday Raw by Matthew Kenney and is delicious! The sugar content is very low (about 16 grams per serving from the agave). The original recipe used more agave which you can if you like! It's not very minty so if you want more mint flavour, add a lot more mint leaves ;) If you're turned off by opening a coconut, DON"T BE! It gets easier the more you do it and it's SO worth it. Not as thick as a chocolate shake but is delish and very similar!
Vienna, home of breathtaking architecture, grand palaces, Mozart’s music and the Sacher Torte! My raw version follows the same guidelines as the original with two thick layers of chocolate cake, an apricot jam center and smothered in rich chocolate frosting! It is wonderfully rich and chocolatey without being too sweet and looks gorgeous topped with Cape Gooseberries.
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Delicious chocolate cups filled with gooey mint goodness. Please visit www.rawxy.com for more photos!!
A recipe I made when i was on a craving spree.
I love nanaimo bars! Here's a recipe for a raw version.
Keep them in the fridge or freeze them for a longer life. Enjoy them frozen for an ice-creamy treat.
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