Providing you've got some buckwheaties (instructions can be found on my website), this dish is really quick to prepare: It took me about 30 minutes. It looks pretty awesome for the short preparation needed…tastes fabulous too – the coconut water in the sauce gives it an extra creaminess.
On top of that it's only got 5 ingredients in total and there are no processed or concentrated sugars. Simple, quick and tasty…now that's how I like my raw desserts!
You can find more raw recipes on my website: http://pathlesstrodden.com
For how to make buckwheaties check out the post entitled 'raw dehydrated grain sprouts' on my website. You can use the search button to find it.
I ADORE Indian sweets and milky desserts! This one is a near replica of the original flavor!
I love Pirawna's Frozen Banana Bon Bons, but I made such a different version of them yesterday that I though it was worth posting.
I replaced the carob and coconut oil with mint and tahini, and got a very refreshing, sweet, icy treat. I also used dates to sweeten instead of agave.
I made this, inspired but mango lassi... It turns out so delicious, and creamy!
I supposed it would be delicious over a nut crust... yum!
Yummy chia seed/banana dessert.