I really like this recipe as it gives a great non-dairy choice for "standard" cheesecake. It uses macadamia nuts for the bulk of the "crust" layer, and cashews are a big part of the "filling" layer. Although it's not necessary, if you want to prepare the night before, you could soak the nuts in water. It's suggested that soaking raw nuts may bring them into a more "alkaline" state and also make them more easily digested by the body.
Description Smoothies are rich, thick, sweet, satisfying drinks made out of whole fruits, frozen fruits, fruit juices, and sometimes nuts, seeds, or other ingredients. Smoothies are popular in juice bars around the world. Ingredients Persimmon ...
Found this recipe on the internet, to add to my small number of raw food recipes! Although the original recipe called for 2 ears of fresh corn, I've included a substitute measure of frozen corn! Preparation time does not include the time needed for chowder to chill!
This is my version of Recipe #295198. I use cashews because they're cheaper and, because they are softer than almonds, they seem to blend up better and I don't have to strain it. I'm posting this because I'm curious about the nutrition information.
I found this in the newsletter from my local health food store. They got it from goneraw.com and say it's good with Recipe #339032 . They can be eaten right out of the refrigerator or warmed up in a dehydrator. The newsletter editor/raw foodist tops them with raw almond butter mixed with agave, vanilla, and sea salt or the aforementioned cashew icing. The "cooking time" is an estimate of the chilling time.
These are very fun and versatile raw food bars. The cashews can be replaced with any nuts, any dried fruits, coconut, oats, or any combination thereof for endless variations. Just try to maintain the 1:3 ratio and you'll be fine. Originally seen at Bunnyfoot Mostly Vegan blog.