Sunday, October 17, 2010

Complete Recipe Collection for 10/14/10 Raw Foods Class

Welcome to the 108th weekly edition of...

Thank you for joining us! If you're new to this carnival and would like to enter your post, please check HERE for the rules and regs.

MINE: Here's to all you lovely ladies who attended my plant foods class last week. I had a lot of fun and thanks so much for asking me to do it!

And P.S., make sure to check out the links to each recipe's complete nutrition data! (However,some ingredient substitutions were made, as does not have every ingredient in these recipes.)

P.P.S. If is down, please click HERE for a printable sheet of the complete menu and recipes.

Mayan Chocolate Almond Milk

<p>A delicious milk substitute!</p>

See Mayan Chocolate Almond Milk on Key Ingredient.

The nutrition data for Mayan Chocolate Almond Milk is unavailable.

Raw Tortilla Chips

<p>Make these guilt-free raw corn chips for your next Mexican dinner!</p>

See Raw Tortilla Chips on Key Ingredient.

For Raw Tortilla Chip's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

Vegan Nacho "Cheese" Sauce

<p>This is the best &#8220;cheese&#8221; sauce I&#8217;ve ever had, vegan or non-vegan!</p>

See Vegan Nacho "Cheese" Sauce on Key Ingredient.

For Vegan Nacho "Cheese" Sauce's nutrition data, go HERE.

For Wheat Sprout Ceviche's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

15-Bean Soup

<p>A simple, nutritious, delicious bean soup. </p>

See 15-Bean Soup on Key Ingredient.

For 15-Bean Soup's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

Raw Vegan Lime "Cheese" Cake

<p>A super-rich &#8220;cheese&#8221; cake with no animal products. Delicious!</p>

See Raw Vegan Lime "Cheese" Cake on Key Ingredient.

For Lime "Cheese" Cake's complete nutrition data, go HERE

Raw Choclate Hazelnut Tart

<p>If your friends have any doubts about the likability of a raw foods diet, serve them this. They will be converted!</p>

See Raw Choclate Hazelnut Tart on Key Ingredient.

For Chocolate Hazelnut Tart filling's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

Raw Chocolate Cookie Crumbs

<p>Use this recipe as a base for raw chocolate pie crust.</p>

See Raw Chocolate Cookie Crumbs on Key Ingredient.

For Chocolate Cookie Crumb crust's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

Manna Bread

<p>This bread is made of only sprouts, raisins and salt! </p>

See Manna Bread on Key Ingredient.

For Manna Bread's complete nutrition data, go HERE.

OURS: Can't wait to see what awesome homemaking tips you each have for us today!

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Create With Joy said...

Thanks for sharing these wonderful recipes! Hope you have a wonderful week and enjoy mine as well!


Katie Riddle said...

Wow, these raw recipes look amazing! I added my raw coconut creme pie recipe to this week's blog hop; it seemed fitting. :)

Rachelle Vernon Jones said...

NO, I will not look at the nutrition data for the chocolate cake or the lime cheesecake!! Lol. Loved the class you were fabtastic as always! *hugs*

Barb @ My Daily Round said...

This is my first time participating, and I loved checking out the links.

I shared my Daybook post that I do weekly to think about the upcoming week.

alessandra said...

Leave the hazelnut chocolate tart on the counter? only if you live alone? and you don't have mischievous kids ;)

Wendy (The Local Cook) said...

Thank you for hosting! So glad I found your blog.

JP said...

Good one, thanks for sharing...

a moderate life said...

Hi! Happy Monday. What an extensive collection of raw recipes! When I was raw vegan the toughest part was keeping it interesting. Your's look great. My article this week is all about using food and herbs to tame that time of the month, which I think is important to making a happy home maker. All the best. Alex@amoderatelife

Keeley said...

Holy cow those look so good!

Jb said...

So many delicious-looking recipes! Where does one begin??? And how do you keep from gaining a bazillion pounds? I don't think I'd ever want to stop eating if these foods were lingering in my house!