MMM I made these and then realized this was exactly what it tasted like! Adapted from Maw in the Raw.
This is pretty close to commercial yogurt in texture and tartness. I like to mix in some berries pureed with a little agave nectar, and sprinkle a little granola on top.
Adapted from “Living Cuisine” by Renee Underkoffler.
These are amazing, and so addictive! I usually double the recipe so they will last more than a few days.
I got this recipe from one of Gabriel Cousen’s books. It’s especially delicious with banana chips!
These are so easy and can be adapted spice wise. You could even add different dried fruit, nuts or cacao nibs. Make sure you use “banana bread” bananas. You know the kind with a little brown on them, so then they are extra sweet! I like the recipe because I feel like I’m “baking.” This was my first time sprouting sunflower seeds. It was way easier than I thought.