Posts Tagged ‘desserts’
A few more photos of what’s going on at the market. Always something new! And how to make a healthy version of this classic dessert. Come join me in the kitchen and try this guilt-free and Oh-so-delicious apple crisp recipe. || Read more
A key lime pie was the plan, the crust was made, and suddenly Holly asks (seeing a papaya in the fridge that really needs to get eaten) “Can’t you just make a papaya pie recipe!?” Hmm, the wheels in my head start spinning. How would I do that? I am not sure if you know that papayas just are not that great in Canada. In fact often they are just completely tasteless and bland.
I think this festive chocolate and coconut cream cake has it all. It’s chocolate macaroon crust contrasts wonderfully with the smooth and sensual vanilla flavored coconut cream center. But the part that really pulls it all together and makes it wonderfully festive is its luscious topping with pomegranate seeds mixed into a thick chocolate ganache creating an awesome texture. Taste, texture and ingredients with nutrition, make this a total winner for my favorite cake of the year! || Read more
My inspiration for this oatmeal, coconut date cookies recipe was wanting a sweet cookie with a baked feeling but made with my rawkalicious cookie base. I am always looking for a use for my left over alomnd pulp from making almond milk, so I used this, but you can use ground almonds, or almond meal. || Read more
I love this luscious vegan lemon squares recipe. This is one of the best desserts I have had in awhile. Maybe it’s the fresh clear sweet lemon taste or maybe the dreamy creamy smooth melt in your mouth texture, but I could not get enough of these lemon squares until the pan was gone. Even now I am craving more ..and it’s not just me. Everyone loved these and I am sure you will too. || Read more
This cashew cream recipe makes a whipped thick sweet cream that is vegan and very versatile. Adding a little of this can make your raw desserts even more special. It makes a delectable topping for many desserts, can be used in a filling for a crepe-like raw wrap or in a parfait, as I made here recently. This cashew cream recipe is a great one to have in your repertoire as it is so quick and easy to make. It will enable you to whip up a delicious, luscious dessert with minimal time and effort. || Read more
This no bake key lime pie recipe is the last video to put up in my raw food recipes video series. Actually this post will have the last 2 videos, one for the pie and another showing how to make the crust, which is amazing! The filling for the pie is incredibly nutritious with an avocado base. The avocado gets completely hidden behind the lime and no one will detect it in there at all. All you notice is a heavenly creamy smooth base with great mouth feel, for the sweet lime flavor to slide over your taste buds on. || Read more