This is my super yummy answer to some popular seed and nut bars. Sweet and nutty and lots of flavor! Great as a quick breakfast, an afternoon snack, a post workout kick, and pretty much anytime you need a little something! I added raw Maca powder because of its stress reducing, stamina and (libido) busting, and fatigue fighting powers. Chia seed is great for its ability to energize, not to mention its rich in omega fatty acids AND a great source of fiber in general.
I made this for Thanksgiving and I've found myself making it every few weeks since then! It's really good in lettuce wraps or as a veggie dip (broccoli, pepper, and carrots). The sage is really essential for a Thanksgiving taste. I realize this is very nut heavy so don't eat too much at once... even though I know how addicting it is!! hahaha
I found the recipe here: http://www.fromsadtoraw.com/Recipes/MockTurkeyLoaf.htm
This is a recipe from the cookbook "Cooking With Trader Joe's." I got it for Christmas a few years ago, and it has a lot of great vegetarian recipes, but now that I am vegan it is of little use for me. However, there is this one recipe that is not only vegan but also raw! I figured I'd post it, but if there are any complaints about putting it up, I will happily remove it.
Chocolate and caramel together is my biggest cooked weakness. I squealed with joy when these came out of the dehydrator. I could eat them every day!
I mated a couple recipes from Alissa Cohen and Ani Phyo here. I've just never been a fan of the marinara sauce that Alissa pairs her pasta with. When I tried Ani's recipe, I thought, "this sauce is great, but it would be BETTER on zucchini pasta...