Submitted by jirizarry on October 8, 2007 - 1:27am
8 medium - 12 small cake pieces (20 cm = 8-inch round spring form)
I found this recipe at http://therawtable.com/recipecoll/neopie.htm, and I thought this is a must try recipe! The modifications I made are: no salt used, agave nectar (no honey), fresh dates (not dried and then soaked) and, as extra, maca powder. I also used vanilla power on the banana and strawberry ice cream. I used pecan nuts in the crust, no almonds. I did not use the fresh pealed black plums in the strawberry ice cream. My recipe also yields half of the amount than the orginal recipe. It does take time to get it ready.
Submitted by jirizarry on September 13, 2007 - 1:27pm
serves 8 pieces (large pie form / plate)
This was my favorite tart we sold at our Organic Supermarkt, when we still owned it. The tart was not raw and was baked by our organic bread supplier. Yersterday, my husband asked me if I could to an appelkruimmeltaart for him. I just found out that kruimmel means streusel, a crumb toping, so I name my raw version Appel Streusel tart. I told him I would try beter and I will come up with a raw version of the appel-cranberry streusel tart we sold at our store. He was very entusiastic and he just finished his first piece. It was really delicious. I hope you like it. The cust is not soft and chewy, but firm and a bit hard like a crust.
Submitted by OceanBliss on September 10, 2007 - 10:21pm
This Pumpkin Pie is amazingly scrumptious! I make it whenever I have a craving for pumpkin, but holidays are best. I try to sneak the entire pie to myself but there’s always someone who comes along who wants a piece. My pie doesn’t last one single night! It’s heavenly.