This is a great easy dish for raw babies. I often serve it with some coconut cream and hemp seeds on top.
Make sure you use crisp apples like Gala or Pink Lady. Feel free to vary the spices – pumpkin pie spice is also tasty. You can also add a few drops of lemon juice to preserve the color, if you like.
Someone else deserves the credit for this recipe, but I can’t remember where I jotted it down from. All I know is that it is a really tasty and decadent recipe to whip up when you are craving something sweet. At some point, I plan to try experimenting with this for a raw version of cookie dough ice cream – yum!
PLEASE NOTE: I included this recipe in the Kids category, but children under 1 year should not be served honey. Also, some children can have adverse reactions to sesame and cacao, so please use caution.
This recipe was adapted from one posted by FreedomB in the forums on www.raw-pleasure.com.au. She used blackberries, but I use any berry that is in season, or frozen berries if I am really desperate.
This can be served in bowls as pudding, used as a icing for a raw cake, as a filling in a prepared crust, or frozen as a sorbet.
PLEASE NOTE: I included this in the Kids category, but children under one year should not be served berries.
This recipe was posted by MissGiggles in the forums on www.raw-pleasure.com.au. She described it as “a beautiful pudding, with a fresh lemon kick, without being tart. The pudding is speckled with the blitzed passionfruit seeds, and looks a little like lemon/poppyseed”. It really is tasty and truly does look like the color of a gorgeous sunset, if you’re into that sort of thing.
It can be served in bowls as pudding, used as a icing for a raw cake, as a filling in a prepared crust, or frozen as a sorbet.
PLEASE NOTE: I included this in the Kids category, but for children under 1 year, you may want to omit the lemon juice and zest.