This was my favorite dish at a raw vegan potluck I attended, made by the hostess who ever-so-greatly shared her recipe. She says she celebrates Christmas with this dish. It's a quick and easy recipe that doesn't require a whole bunch of exotic ingredients and equipment. She originally suggests to use 1/2 teaspoon of salt - I used less than that and still found it too salty, so I would suggest starting out with 1/4 teaspoon of salt and take it from there. She also adds 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract to the yam / sweet potato mix but I didn't use any. The mixture is soft but it does somewhat hold its shape. I did a quick calorie estimate for those interested and it comes out to about 2400 calories, so that comes out to about 480/400 calories for each piece a 5/6-serving dish. For a picture of the Sweet Potato Casserole, go to: http://nocrapdiet.wordpress.com/s-recipes-rawism/. Enjoy! =)
*Update* I found out that what I was using was a Sweet Potato and not a Yam, so I made the change. Btw I think it's weird how someone rated this recipe with 2 stars only a moment after I posted it...
I don't know if this will be new for you guys, but I'm starting off in this website by sharing my sweet balls recipe, which I got from Janey Lee Grace's book. it is delicious - even my husband said so, and he usualy frowns upon all things natural and healty. It only takes a few minutes to prepare, few ingredients, minimum equiptment.
This is a delicious, somewhat 811-compatible version of a chocolate milkshake! So good!
Banana bread heaven! I made this banana bread just because it's the ingredients I had on hand. The banana was looking VERY ripe so I just had to do something with it. : ) It came out perfectly! I put it into mini bread loaf cups I had, but it would be perfect as banana muffins as well. It's really moist and sweet, with a little crunch because I didn't grind the almonds all the way down. You could definitely add some walnuts, raisins, or whatever else to make it even better! It was super easy to make, maybe took about five minutes to put the ingredients together! Next time I would definitely double, triple, or quadruple the recipe. Lol. I'm sure it will freeze great. I'm also going to try using more oat groats versus almonds. The oat groats I used were sprouted and then dried, but regular oat groats should work just fine.
Remember Crispy Chocolate Bars? Or Mr. Krispers? Something like that. Well this recipe I came up with reminds me of that. Simple, quick, and gives you Omega-3s, MCTs, and antioxidants. My version is low-sugar as well, but I'm sure you could use agave, date syrup, or some other raw sweetener if you prefer.