This is a really good shake! Perfect for hot summer evening, even better when sharing with friends and family. Use any nut milk or even oat milk, but cashew milk is tops in my book. It's pretty easy to make too!
Submitted by emilyjayne on April 3, 2009 - 11:42am
This is a super quick, easy dip/spread. This could be served as a veggie dip, or as a dressing (add a little water to thin.) You could add a little nutritional yeast to the radish dip for a cheesier flavor. I would love to eat this as a sandwich between two slices of raw onion bread, lettuce, brandywine tomato slice, grated carrot and sprouts. Yum!
This can be used as a mayonnaise, a base for desserts, a dressing for salads or cream dip for veggie sticks or for strawberries or other fruit..whatever you desire. It’s so versatile and you can doctor it up however you like. I made this little concoction because I wanted to use up the rest of my fresh basil. It’s quick and easy and the combination of sweet and salty along with its creaminess is really nice. Raw cashews are naturally sweet and so is fresh basil, but I think that soaking the cashews might bring out their sweetness even further. I didn’t soak them this time and they were still sweet and blended very easily to a very creamy consistency.
Submitted by A-Love on September 13, 2008 - 1:16am
about 2 dozen
I definitely ripped this off from another recipe on this site called strawberry banana cookies. I just happened to have everything thing on hand but strawberries…and love chocolate! thus, my first raw recipe, Chocolate Banana Cookies!
These could also be a nut free cookie if done with sunflower seeds….I havent tried it, but it could probably work.