Super simple, quick and easy, nutritious and delicious. What more can I say? The funny thing about this is I do not care for any of these items alone but together… together they are one of my favorite foods!
Really easy, super quick and yummy chocolate mousse!
Flavours, such as orange or lemon, can be added.
I get raw chocolate powder from www.detoxyourworld.com http://www.detoxyourworld.com/acatalog/chocolate_powder_organic.html
If you can’t get hold of raw chocolate powder you could substitute with 100% cocoa powder (this isn’t raw).
This mousse satisfies the sweet craving I sometimes get and at the same time makes me feel full which means I don’t crave to eat anything else. Perfect for when I feel I might fall off the wagon!
Even my junk foodist boyfriend likes this!
I like to make it in advance and take it to work the next day. Everyone asks “What’s that? I thought you ate only raw food?” He he he he!
This is a lovely creamy, tangy nut-free mayonnaise.
I don’t like the taste of nut mayonnaises and after some research and practising, came up with this very simple mayonnaise using avocado.
It has the same consistency and a nice tangy taste.
It really hits the spot for me with the creaminess and likeness to mayonnaise.
Other cold pressed oils can be used and other ingredients added. Experiment! Let me know what you come up with =)
This is a pretty simple recipe… it’s so simple I almost feel like I’m wronging you by calling it a recipe. I had the spices around the house and always have flax seed. + I LOVE avocados. This Avocado-Flax love concoction idea sprouted after I found this simple-flaxy-love idea: http://www.goneraw.com/recipes/3593-easy-flax-grated-cheese-
so named because when you de-rib the bottom of the lettuce it creates two arms that are then folded over each other, as in a big hug. these are REALLY satisfying and simple! serve with arugula pesto, red vinegar, and pink-flecked pilaf.